I think the only correct response to the question, as Permalost suggested is:
Originally Posted by gregaquaman
*karate chop to neck*
Last edited by Bezmond; 7/03/2013 12:31pm at .
I've heard that there is no such agency that trains in Jeet Kune Do and Kali.
Originally Posted by Styygens
Originally Posted by Bezmond
I would suggest that the average CIA agent has more training in Microsoft Office than in martial arts.
"Gonna open a spreadsheet of whupass!"
I guess he is sort of right. Someone in family was accepted into the training program and had a white belt in judo.
How's life in the Moscow airport of your dreams?
Originally Posted by Toribash
You all have missed the reason for all the secrecy, surrounding this Aussie's CIA training! The reason it is so secret, is because, if everybody streamed the Born series simultaneously, it would be tantamount to crossing the streams in Ghostbusters! It's way too risky!
Who would want his student out there, spreading word about one of his sources of income, when his only means of advertisement is word of mouth?
...or maybe Steven Seagal, doesn't want anyone to know he's in Australia?!
Damn! Now I will never get my magic pants!!!
Last edited by Aikironin21; 7/03/2013 3:49pm at .
CIA doesnt have any secrets
Just things they dont own up to.
When it comes to martial arts generally "secret" equals crap. The most effective arts are also the most open and accessible: Boxing, wrestling, judo, BJJ, MT, MMA. Everyone I know in Govt service that can handle themselves train those, on their own. I dont know anyone who can handle themselves based on what they were taught in any agency basic course, that's fantasy.
I call shenanigans. Why would they train that garbage? Obviously super spies train the Krav and Ninjutsu. Duh! I mean: ninjas. And the Krav is good enough for the Israeli commandos and Splinter Cell. Tom Clancy can't be wrong. What do you know about the secrets behind barbed wire and chain link fences?
Originally Posted by DerAuslander
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