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  1. patfromlogan is offline
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    We used to go to Hawaii in Feb or March when the weather was shitty here and the tickets cheap - and camp on my brother's lawn (three tents) and state parks (which are both free). Now we've moved up to five people in a one bedroom condo (Waikiki) and better yet, a three bedroom house out in the country on Maui. If you are willing to get funky, there are hostels and low level B & B's.

    Mostly travel is attitude. My wife and I backpacked traveled China when we were younger, once with a baby on my back - she was breast feeding so it was easy enough. It's more a matter of driving a three door '65 Fury at home and then spending the winter in Hainan and Malaca. The hostels on Maui get down to around $15/day, in China we found rooms in hotels for less than $2. It might lack plumbing and soft mattress, or any mattress - they have these charming bamboo mats - but what the hell, I'm a black belt, and unlike Kungfoolss, I put it on the line and fight other black belts on their own turf, so I can take it. Or I used to be able to take it, now I want a soft bed and ice in my drink. And do kata.


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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    I'm a black belt, and unlike Kungfoolss, I put it on the line and fight other black belts on their own turf, so I can take it.
    Unless you're participating in a NHB/MMA match up, which I seriously doubt, I wouldn't consider playing an adult game of tag as "putting it on the line." Anybody can spar, it's not a big deal.

    You're like 50'ish right? Besides, these dojo reviews are hardly objective and seem only done to self promote. Isn't that why you're constantly giving these reviews some outlandish scores. "Here's where I train, that's why I'm an awesome martial artist."
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    So since they're bs, come on down and...

    Oh I forget, you'd never show up. Never, never, never. It would "be a waste of time." You know, I've been great, and I've been good, and I've been ok , and I've beenshitty in the three dojos I've reviewed, and in a half dozen on the mainland. I work out. Period. Martial arts are a big part of my life, and have been for forty years.

    The only place real for you is the internet. I fight. You type.

    The end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    So since they're bs, come on down and...

    Oh I forget, you'd never show up. Never, never, never. It would "be a waste of time." You know, I've been great, and I've been good, and I've been ok , and I've beenshitty in the three dojos I've reviewed, and in a half dozen on the mainland. I work out.
    Pardon me, but judging from your photographs I've seen of you here, you're not exactly in the greatest shape in the world.

    Period. Martial arts are a big part of my life, and have been for forty years.

    The only place real for you is the internet. I fight. You type.

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    Correction, you play tag. You need to talk to Omega if you want to know what real fightings all about. Let's just agree to say you 'train.' At least that's a bit more honest. I train as well (my forum proves that), but to go around bragging about fighting when you're really sparring or training is plain silly.
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    Whatever, you type. I win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    Whatever, you type. I win.
    You must be a graduate of the phil elmore school of debating tactics. :phil:

    See, martial arts makes you feebleminded, you should've listened to me. :icon_razz
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    Come throwdown or shut up. Again, the truth is I fight and you type. Read my log if you want to know how and what and where and who and what touries and so forth. Oh, I forgot again, you can't read it because you haven't spent the $20 to be a supporting member. Keep typing, it will increase readership of this review as it ttt's it.

    I mean what the ****, Kungfoolss, I AM a kyokushinkaikan shodan for christ's sake, I think I have just a tiny clue as to what constitutes "live" training and hard sparring.
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    Just reread this and ****, do I own Kungfoolss or what? What a fake. Amusing, but a fake.
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    Hey there. I visited a Universal school. I was very hopeful about it because I love Kempo and want to continue my studies. Check out my review on Lee's Kempo Karate to read about the absolute nightmare that I encountered. This really saddens me because it is the only Hawaiian Kempo school in the area. I guess me and the wife are just going to have to get DVD's.
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