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  1. bill_nye68 is offline

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    So with the gijoe movie now out...

    So with the gijoe movie now out...i was wondering what the increase in ninjer schools enrollment due to snake eyes will be. any speculations and / or jokes?
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    I thought GI joe had a kung fu grip?
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    Don't forget the swivel hip action too, Jr
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    Enrollments among the 12-year-old set will increase dramatically. Disenrollments six months later also increase when 12 1/2-year-olds lose patience and are told they will not be learning how to do gymnastics on a moving car, ricochet shuriken off columns, bunjie jump out of VTOL aircraft, or survive immersion in Arctic temperature waters.

    BTW, on a more serious note... this is probably true for all martial arts schools, as 12-year-old Johnny's parents will only spring for the most convenient location.
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    Choson Ninja will now claim to have trained the GI Joes sometime after joining the League of Shadows and entering the Kumite.
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    You're being pretty optimistic with 6 months.
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Styygens View Post
    Enrollments among the 12-year-old set will increase dramatically. Disenrollments six months later also increase when 12 1/2-year-olds lose patience and are told they will not be learning how to do gymnastics on a moving car, ricochet shuriken off columns, bunjie jump out of VTOL aircraft, or survive immersion in Arctic temperature waters.
    I doubt they will be told this. Most likely they are going to have to figure it out on their own. For many 12yr olds that could take a lot longer than 6 months.
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    after the pure-awesomeness of the street fighter movie mcdojo's are literally gonna explode with 12 year olds when they open there doors ,tramplings will ensue
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