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    Listen, I won't lie. In the Genbukan there are still some things I'm not a fan of. I don't like the striking for example, all that much at all. However, I really do think it needs to separate itself from the host of other Bujinkan places. The guys, overall, are pretty tough.

    http://www.genbukan.ca/modules.php?name=dojos&id=2

    Troy Wideman, I've heard, is pretty tough.

    Again, it's not perfect in my experience so far, but they really do take it to you, and they don't talk about ninjas or anything. Reminds me VERY much of my experience in Yoshin Ryu Jujutsu, or any other form of traditional Jujutsu.

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    I put a tanto inside my gi-pants, walk up to a grappler, and ask about a roll on the mat. When he enters my guard, I press the tanto in my pants against his thighs, lean over and whisper in his ear "I love you". While he looks at me all confused I just reach down in my gi pants, get the tanto, and slice his throat, then get the eff out of there.

    Then you can just log on to Kutaki and register your kill, for karma points.
    I hope for god's sake you are kidding. If not you are a complete fucktard.
    There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWEHurricane
    Actually we have some pretty good stuff that other grapplers often overlook. Like Kyojitsu, the art of deception.

    Here is my favorite technique:

    I put a tanto inside my gi-pants, walk up to a grappler, and ask about a roll on the mat. When he enters my guard, I press the tanto in my pants against his thighs, lean over and whisper in his ear "I love you". While he looks at me all confused I just reach down in my gi pants, get the tanto, and slice his throat, then get the eff out of there.

    Then you can just log on to Kutaki and register your kill, for karma points.

    AND BY TANTO I MEAN........MY PENIS!!!
    Fixed that up for ya!!!

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    Gojujitsu? You're down on Lakeshore right? I used to train a few of the guys in there. Grandmaster Chuch Platten is also right down the street from you. Ever hear of him? He's quite interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrijl
    I hope for god's sake you are kidding. If not you are a complete fucktard.
    Would you believe me if I said I was kidding, would I want you to know I'm kidding if I was? Who know's, who cares. We are both right and we are both wrong. That's the miracle of Kyojitsu.

    P.S Goju - Joe, it's really a high percentage technique. Meaning 43% of the time you will end up cutting off your own penis while trying to draw the tanto, and 23% of the time you will do that and end up drawing the penis instead of the tanto, this usually makes the element of surprise 158% more effective.

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    How is this different thant walking into your studio in the middle of class and pretending to shoot everyone with an mp5?
    There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWEHurricane

    P.S Goju - Joe, it's really a high percentage technique. Meaning 43% of the time you will end up cutting off your own penis while trying to draw the tanto, and 23% of the time you will do that and end up drawing the penis instead of the tanto, this usually makes the element of surprise 158% more effective.

    Bravo Sir, this round goes to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OniSan81
    Gojujitsu? You're down on Lakeshore right?
    Yes

    I used to train a few of the guys in there.
    Trained with or previously taught?

    Grandmaster Chuch Platten is also right down the street from you. Ever hear of him? He's quite interesting.
    Is he an Aikido guy?? They're the only ones down the street I know of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OniSan81
    Listen, I won't lie. In the Genbukan there are still some things I'm not a fan of. I don't like the striking for example, all that much at all. However, I really do think it needs to separate itself from the host of other Bujinkan places. The guys, overall, are pretty tough.

    http://www.genbukan.ca/modules.php?name=dojos&id=2

    Troy Wideman, I've heard, is pretty tough.

    Again, it's not perfect in my experience so far, but they really do take it to you, and they don't talk about ninjas or anything. Reminds me VERY much of my experience in Yoshin Ryu Jujutsu, or any other form of traditional Jujutsu.
    What I like about the Genbukan is more focus on the basics, it's usually better for beginners. But for me it seems too rigid. Just keep in mind that there can be a much larger difference between two Genbukan dojos than between a Bujinkan and a Genbukan dojo. The important thing is to find an instructor that you like and a dojo that trains in a way that fits you, not what org it is.

    EDIT: Goju - Joe, next round will have to be somewhere else, don't wanna keep trolling in this thread :P
    Last edited by SWEHurricane; 3/19/2008 2:58pm at .

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    The important thing is to find an instructor that you like and a dojo that trains in a way that fits you, not what org it is.

    Well put.

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