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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    Hmmm. I think he's trying to say it might be better than wristlock-jitsu.
    no way!
    nothing can stand against teh wr!st l0ck!!!
    you just never experienced the real deal.

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    I thought wristlocks sucked until I learnt the secret, instead of a 45 degree angle on the elbow you use a 48 degree angle. You see the old masters hid the deadly real from the uninitiated that way.

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    ssshhh!!!!

    dont give away what you can sell, you moron!
    wanna start a dutch-australian wristlock jitsu federation with me?
    six month of 'training' in amsterdam and the other 6 months ozzie beach training.

    we can milk this..

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    So what do you think Muay Thai or Judo? Oh and here are videos from the AikiJujitsu class. Nobody commented on whether I should do the TKD on off days or not.

    P.S. I'm sorry I said I was lazy to search. I'll go do 50 pushups and start using the search button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade Edge
    So what do you think Muay Thai or Judo? Oh and here are videos from the AikiJujitsu class. Nobody commented on whether I should do the TKD on off days or not.

    P.S. I'm sorry I said I was lazy to search. I'll go do 50 pushups and start using the search button.

    Go try both MT and Judo, and see what you like - we can't decide for you!

    TKD is a no, on off days you should try and pick up chicks - something you won't be able to do if your do TKD.

    "I do TKD" is the same as "I have AIDS and I am about to cum in your face"

    I don't know how to explain it better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Sauce
    "I do TKD" is the same as "I have AIDS and I am about to cum in your face"
    Dizzamn. You cold as ICE.

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    What are you interested in? Something that's combat-effective, or something that's performance-effective?
    It looks like the Wushu club also does San Shou, so it may be both. http://www.stanford.edu/group/wushu/classinfo.html
    Which may be pretty badass. It doesn't say when they meet, but if you aren't interested in impressing your friends with flying kicks, it looks like you can sign up for just San Shou and not wushu classes. You're probably used to doing acrobatic kicks with a TKD background, so Wushu might be a good fit. 'Cept, of course, wushu is cooler looking.

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    [quote=Red Sauce]
    "I do TKD" is the same as "I have AIDS and I am about to cum in your face"

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    Ahh dammit. How am I supposed to explain it to my girlfriend now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw
    What are you interested in? Something that's combat-effective, or something that's performance-effective?
    It looks like the Wushu club also does San Shou, so it may be both. http://www.stanford.edu/group/wushu/classinfo.html
    Which may be pretty badass. It doesn't say when they meet, but if you aren't interested in impressing your friends with flying kicks, it looks like you can sign up for just San Shou and not wushu classes. You're probably used to doing acrobatic kicks with a TKD background, so Wushu might be a good fit. 'Cept, of course, wushu is cooler looking.
    I'm not sure how much San Shou that club does -- admittedly it was 9 years ago when I tried it, but it looks like the teachers are the same, and it was all forms when I was there.

    In conclusion: Judo.

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