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    I registered, I can log in but cannot post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrijl
    i'll see your video and raise you a http://www.timecube.com

    I was just trying to explain the we/and issue since Thomas seemed to be so certain ozz used it wrong. I am bored and want to go home.

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    Why did I look at that link? It made me feel retarded.

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    I signed up, but haven't been approved yet.

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    Still nothing.

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    A couple of things from their site. One of the main page essays on finding a good master.

    originally posted by:some dudeThe most important quality of a great master is that he teaches and exhibits in his daily living high moral values. Hence, the best world fighter who brutally wounds his opponents, or the best teacher of any art who does not practise what he preaches, cannot qualify to be called a great master. A great master is tolerant, compassionate, courageous, righteous and shows a great love and respect for life. Great masters are understandably rare; they are more than worth their weight in gold.

    A good master must be a living example of what he teaches. A kungfu master must be able to defend himself, a taijiquan master must have some internal force, and a qigong master must exhibit radiant health, as these are the basic qualities these arts are meant to develop.
    apparently, the best fighters or best teachers of any art don't auto-qualify as the best teachers or martial artists?

    AAAAAAARRRRRGH! I can't even take two minutes of that tripe.
    You see "we" here at Bullshido don't understand that fighting isn't the point of martial arts.
    That's our problem.

    Their problem may well be, they aren't learning to fight. Sucks to be them, I'd rather be a safe asshole, than a nice corpse.

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    I'm pretty sure that quote is not representative of the majority opinion even there. Or at least I would hope.

    But if no one can register, its kinda hard to ask.
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    that could be a good indicator of the level of reality they are willing to confront.

    It may just be a circle jerk forum...just for the few people/ideas they can deal with.

    They have stills of Bullshido in their pics. The mods most likely just search for the member here, and leave the request alone. I signed up with my same screen name, I don't feel the need for a disguise.

    I wonder if they know, all you need is Phrost's real name (a state secret) and all things are
    E-possible. It's like freemasonry for the interwebz.

    I'm sorry Mr. Bishop, you can't see the governer, he's very busy *whispers Neal Fletcher*
    oh, come right this way, Deval's been expecting you. Would you like a martini?

    I swear to God it went down just like that.

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