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    except for Aikido Girl.

    She's into the scat.

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    LOL, they have a thread called 'BJJ-whats the point?'
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...ats-point.html

    Quote Originally Posted by OP
    ive read loooooads of threads. i understand its mainly floor work. but is there a point to it? as one thread in this section points out, it isnt great for self defence especially for multiple attackers, even single attackers it seems debatable.

    what am i missing??

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    what's the point?

    Butt-flop.

    'Nuff said?

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    I attempted to register an account, but they never sent the activation email.
    It's not even caught in my junk mail filter. They just didn't send it.

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    Are you sure? I saw your name as a recent member?

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    The signatures are by far the best part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razamataz
    Are you sure? I saw your name as a recent member?
    I'm registered, but when I tried to post it said I needed my account to be activated by an administrator.
    Did you have to wait around for a long time for that to happen?

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    No, mine was instant.

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    I pretty much gave myself away with these ones:

    Quote Originally Posted by Salutations. Shinobi Warrior has arrived...
    I, Shinbo Warrior, have arrived here at your humble forum as part of my wandering through the internet. My journey is a long one, as I am a ronin. I am one without a master or home. I hope to make to one day find a place to fit in, but not all like to accept the truth of...The Ninja. I have trained long and hard in the ninjitsu arts, and am a master of stealth combat. I fight only to survive. Anything less is not true combat, but a game.
    -Shinobi Warrior
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...s-arrived.html

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjitsu Seminar at my Sensei's house
    My Sensei will be holding a secret ninjitsu seminar at his house for prospective ninjas. This is for only for boys ages 6-12 who can keep the secrets of the ninja. The path of the ninja is a dark and strange one. You may find your will and determination tested. If you think you have what it takes, please PM and I can give you directions.
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...html#post98018

    Quote Originally Posted by Naruto
    I think the best show currently on television is Naruto. It's one of best representations of ninjas out there and it protrays them in a posative light as the protagonists. With the exceptiion of that kid that got died from getting buried in his sandbox after watching the show (and lets be honest, he was probably a pretty dumb in the first place) it's a posative influence for kids and young adults alike. On a personal note, I've been expirementing with some of the techniques on the show and found many of them to be quite effective. I'm glad to see there are some animated shows that are still based in reality (from a MA aspect of course).
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...html#post98092

    Quote Originally Posted by Everything TMNT
    I could never get into TMNT. I felt it wasn't an accurate representation of ninjitsu. The protagonists were never able to utilize their stealth ability to blend in properly. They also failed to kill their enemies. I think whoever the consultant for the show was should have been fired.
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...ng-tmnt-2.html

    Quote Originally Posted by What animal are you?
    I find I am most like the black cat. Silent and stealthy, I always land on my feet and bad luck comes to those that cross my path. I've also expiremented with self-bathing techniques using my tounge with limited sucess.
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...html#post98041

    And of course:
    Quote Originally Posted by BJJ - what's the point in it?
    I agree with the OP. BBJ works great for ringsports, but isn't effective for real combat. In a world where people can punch, kick, and even eyegounge, rolling around one the ground isn't a sound martial decision, especially if that ground is concret which could have broken glass and (if you live in a big city) AIDS needles. So when your opponent's allies come to aid him, and you're rolling around on the ground, you're going to get stomped.
    http://www.martial-forums.com/forums...-point-20.html
    Last edited by Kentucky Fried Chokin; 11/10/2008 6:47pm at .

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    You must have a crush on Razamataz, don't you? Go do some pushups or something.
    You think you're funny, but you are.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    You sound like a foaming-at-the-mouth-loon out of Dr. Strangelove.
    Sometimes, we put Ricin in the Cocaine. :ninja7:

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