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    Quote Originally Posted by Holiday in Cambodia
    Virus used to be a ninja.
    For shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holiday in Cambodia
    Clicking on the Post History button at the bottom of every person's post can help answer that kind of question. You can usually tell if someone's a real moron or just acting like one.

    Virus was making fun of the beliefs and grammar skills of a certain type of TMA poster. Overdoing it in my opinion. You see, Virus used to be a ninja. As you can imagine, with a shameful past like that, he has a lot of atoning to do.
    You mean, from all the people he assassinated?

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    Looks like Virus isn't done taking the piss for being an ex-ninja...

    It's ok, I'm ex- Longfist Kungfu

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    MMA.....you use different arts BJJ, Muay Thai, Judo, TKD etc....to fight, though you may be good in one it would help to learn others. On that note, I would say that makes them all martial artist. Thousands of practitioners have dedicated their lives to learning and mastering specific arts for the purpose of understanding the soul of the art from its history to its current evolution. To ME, a mixed martial ARTIST is someone that has spent years training or studying one or specific arts i.e.: black belt in BJJ and TKD.

    What few people know is that a lot of traditional (archaic) arts teach practical application, but stress the need of understanding the root. MMA is a sport, but when it's all said and done MMA fighters and traditional martial artist are all warriors above the rest. We all deserve respect for what we sacrifice to good if not great at what we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaoskd
    What few people know is that a lot of traditional (archaic) arts teach practical application, but stress the need of understanding the root.
    The "root" is often nonsense you can do without. Like learning how to do a handstand before you can swim.

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