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    WTF Is Maududo in Cincinnati OH

    I dont know, maybe you might want to reformat my page, or add anything I didnt put on and you think should go on there etc... Not really a priority, but this is your job, right?

    Also, I love the fact that your Taskforce is called WTF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjehnztsay4026 View Post
    I dont know, maybe you might want to reformat my page, or add anything I didnt put on and you think should go on there etc... Not really a priority, but this is your job, right?

    Also, I love the fact that your Taskforce is called WTF.
    Dude, what are you on about?

    I mean seriously, what the hell are you talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimm View Post
    We earn our black belts just like everyone else.
    No, you really don't. You earn them like most terrible mcdojos, too quick and with a huge steaming pile of egotistical anger.

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    i have never EVER understood styles that have you learn 1305138513803530135 different "techniques" and requirements to pass a belt exam.

    When i was doing shotokan, our school had the following movements:

    jab, reverse punch, lunge punch, back fist, inverted knife hand, knife hand, elbow strikes, hammerfists, palm heel strikes, knuckle punches.

    front snap kick, roundhouse head level, roundhouse mid level, side thrust kick, knee strike

    rising block, down block, inside block, outside block


    That was it. These were the same techniques you practiced from day one as a white belt until well after you got black belt. The only other techniques you learned were "unique" ones in kata. I don't see the reasoning behind learning 79 different ways to throw a punch, a kick, or apparently a dance move based on those PDF files i saw.

    To me, advancing in rank is about being able to show a greater understanding, greater power, and greater speed and precision in performing the techniques you know from rank to rank, not adding 0359805801350 things each time you're ready to "level up".

    There were certainly a ton of gaping holes in the style of karate i studied in the past, but it's the only one i've see that didn't have this completely retarded obsession with learning 57 new kata every rank and adding 72 new hand positions to your punching repitoire (sp?).

    From what i've read and seen, this "style" looks like crap :(

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    ^ its for form, and money.

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