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    Quote Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
    I've seen everything from wing chun to hapkido here on the island of Oahu and I've spoken to their instructors, the only school I haven't checked out is the MMA gym somewhere in Aiea.
    Yeah, sure, and when you "check out" Prof Emperado's school, wear a cup and bring a mouthguard. And when you "check out" those silly stylist in their pajamas on Dole St. on tues night at the Kanewai rec center, bring the OSU! attitude. Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    Yeah, sure, and when you "check out" Prof Emperado's school, wear a cup and bring a mouthguard. And when you "check out" those silly stylist in their pajamas on Dole St. on tues night at the Kanewai rec center,
    I'm certain to learn as much from that group of indiviudals as I would have from the aikido wimps at the Nuuanu YMCA.

    bring the OSU! attitude. Good luck
    Attitude? I don't have an ego problem.
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    It's not that (ego), it's reflects the positive "go for it" enthusiasm - Kyokushinkai and some other Japanese karate use the term both as a greeting and affirmation. Kinda like aloha and the shaka sign combined with male power.
    Last edited by patfromlogan; 12/04/2006 11:04am at .
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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    It's not that (ego), it's reflects the positive "go for it" enthusiasm - Kyokushinkai and some other Japanese karate use the term both as a greeting and affirmation. Kinda like aloha.
    Sonogurai wakatte oru.
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    kung, you will NEVER go play with the Kempo boys, because you are a fake. You are a gimmick, a fake, a phony.
    Last edited by patfromlogan; 4/10/2008 7:56pm at .

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    Is this school still around? I just moved to Hawaii a couple weeks ago.

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    Yah, I'll post in n00bie
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