Posted On:1/26/2007 1:07am
Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)
Originally Posted by sdave
Clearly he is in disguise here, then...
The gift that keeps on giving
Posted On:1/26/2007 1:18am
Style: On hiatus
In the Ultimate Marvel Universe, General Nick Fury is a significant figure. His characteristics are similar, although he ranks General and is portrayed as an African American, with his facial features modeled after those of actor Samuel L. Jackson, with Jackson's written consent.
David Hasselhoff < Samuel L. Jackson < Asia.
When it comes to fighting, that is...
Last edited by Steve; 1/26/2007 1:24am at .
ARGUMENTUM AD LATINUM DICTIONAIRUM
Posted On:1/26/2007 3:15am
Style: Argumenta ad Rem
Originally Posted by Rigel
But ... but ... but ... Your style field is "????"?
Quid pro quo, doctor??
Set thine browser to read Japanese, then thou shalt be enlighten'd and stuff.
Posted On:1/26/2007 3:33am
And then learn to read Japanese.
Posted On:1/26/2007 3:56am
Style: Hiatus: Judo, BJJ
Originally Posted by sdave
I'm glad you're at a solid school and away from collegiate LARPers.
BTW, which college hosts those guys? Tim Mousel has been teaching college classes for years, but I don't know which campuses off the top of my head.
I know they have clubs at University of Houston, Rice University, Sam Houston University, Texas Tech University, and A&M University as well as smaller classes and the like spread out through Community Colleges (at least here in Houston). If there isn't Clubs/Classes on Campus they usually have a Dojang in spitting distance from any said University. Not just in Texas either there are schools world wide but seeing as the system itself was founded in Houston it kinda spread out all over Texas quickly. They're not bad only charge 50 dollars per month at their Dojangs (half off monthly fees if your University/College Students).
I vaguely remember mention of Mousel teaching at actual University/Colleges.
Posted On:1/26/2007 3:59am
I don't think any of my instructors know that I post here. The only person I could see caring is my first karate instructor, seeing as Bullshido helped me look at my training critically and decide to leave for boxing and find Enshin.
Posted On:1/26/2007 8:58am
Style: Alliance BJJ (Blue)
Jacare knows I post here, and I think it amuses him. I am pretty certain his introduction to us (OMG the first fucking ever MegaThrowdown!!!) kinda put us in a warm place in his heart.
Posted On:1/26/2007 9:08am
All of my instructors know I frequent here. They all approved of my dojo review.
One of the instructors, "cankles", even thanked us for the review in the thread. All of them lurk on the UG; some post on a few different forums; and I think Cankles may be a mod on one of the BJJ forums.
My old instructor probably has not reviewed my posts. However, I don't really care.
Posted On:1/26/2007 9:27am
Style: Chinese Boxing
Hey Phrost does this have anything to do with our conversation yesterday?
Hell guys I've had some of my students come up to me
One conversation 2 years ago:
"Hey you ever on Bullshido" (Blank face)
"There's a guy on there that you'd like" (Blank Face)
"Yeah, I've been to bullshido"
"Do you know Omega???" (Walks away while the room busts up laughing)
Conversation Last Year:
"Hey you post on bullshido, you wouldn't by chance be Omega would you"
"How'd you guess?"
"That is you? I thought so! You talk exactly how you do on the site....at least when the kids aren't around"
"Okay guys let's spar get on the floor"
"****, did someobody on bullshido piss you off again?!?"
Yeah my students know I post on bullshido, and my fellow instructors, and my wife, and my business asssociates, and the mail man, and two of my instructors, and my mom, and my dad, and my brother, and the guy down the street....
Posted On:1/26/2007 9:33am
New guy at my dojo: "Are you Plasma?"
Me: errr....yeah, why?
New guy: Oh, I was googling this dojo and your posts came up.
New guy: You really don't like the Bujinkan do you?
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