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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalRage
    How the hell do we get to these subforums from the main site?
    The links should be up by Monday, if they aren't all ready.

    I'll be very interested in any Subakdo material you'd want to contribute.

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    Hyori rules.
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    Yes, she does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abe Frohman
    Der, I think we need something about being a choi nutrider in the faq/rules. On certain other KMA forums I used to participate in prior to being banned its like everyone drank some ITF kool-aid and decided he was a god.
    You can nutride anyone all you want, however, you will not get any credibility unless you can back up what you say.

    This may be a kinder, gentler Bullshido...

    But it's still Bullshido.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan
    Uh, KMA history: They learned some Shotokan and Aikijutsu and called it Korean when they got rid of the Japanese (Japs is SO un-pc) after WW2?
    That would be the post-Occupation arts.

    One thing I would like to delve into is the pre-Occupation KMA, be it Taegyun, Sssireum, the various Korean Kung Fu styles, and the martial arts of the Muyaedobotongji (both original and recreated).

    Pre-Occupation KMA still get very little exposure, and once you see them, the difference between them and the Japanese-influenced arts is noticable.
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    Ew, I get to be part of this forum too since we have 2 of 3 blackbelts in Korean systems.

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    What systems would those be, and who did you train with?

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    Pffff, I trained them and in gratitude they gave me a stinking blackbelt>

    Vincent Ornelas was the TKD instructor I trained under. Joe McComb would be the Hapkido instructor I mostly associated with although DngRuss screw with more these days.

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    You're screwing DngrRuss these days?

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    I'm a horney guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    That would be the post-Occupation arts.

    One thing I would like to delve into is the pre-Occupation KMA, be it Taegyun, Sssireum, the various Korean Kung Fu styles, and the martial arts of the Muyaedobotongji (both original and uncreated).

    Pre-Occupation KMA still get very little exposure, and once you see them, the difference between them and the Japanese-influenced arts is noticable.
    Yeah, this was what I was more interested in.
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    Hmmm... are we trying to imply something about Japan? :P

    But seriously, I would definitely be interested in learning more about Taekyon. Looks and sounds really awesome.

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