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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Loobner View Post
    I saw that too.
    It's almost like this 'Dojo' picture was taken in the back corner an office or something.
    Maybe it's a picture of a masonic hazing in the back of the lodge.

    Also, I wonder what happened to the ceiling tiles that once occupied those randomly-spaced openings in the ceiling grid (shinai tracks?). I think that may be against building codes for business occupancy in the States - I know it's a no-go for hospitals.
    There's a lot of odds and ends to hit people with, so Masonic Lodge seems likely.

    I've seen lots of offices with broken tiles with that ceiling configuration. Usually that kind of thing is only dealt with if there's exposed wire and it puts the building in immediate danger.

    Even then, it would have to be reported to the county building and zoning inspector or similar city/county office depending on state.

    Doing odd jobs here and there, I've found those drop ceilings are not easy to install or replace. Anybody up for calling the local authorities on them?

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    'Advanced Ninjutsu' sounds like a medical condition lol

    "I am sorry sir, but you have an advanced case of Ninjutsu, and I am afraid it appears terminal. Symptoms you may have already begun to notice are LARPing, wearing silly black costumes, and practicing t3h d34dly. We cannot cure you good sir, but only offer to ease your pain. Unnecessary forward and backward rolls when practiced in ridiculous amounts have been known to alleiviate the symptoms somewhat in various cases"

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    Quote Originally Posted by meat monkey View Post
    'Advanced Ninjutsu' sounds like a medical condition lol

    "I am sorry sir, but you have an advanced case of Ninjutsu, and I am afraid it appears terminal. Symptoms you may have already begun to notice are LARPing, wearing silly black costumes, and practicing t3h d34dly. We cannot cure you good sir, but only offer to ease your pain. Unnecessary forward and backward rolls when practiced in ridiculous amounts have been known to alleiviate the symptoms somewhat in various cases"
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    I didn't know that when you rub someone's belly they forget what direction the floor is in.

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    They need to redo all the routines wearing Godzilla and Megalon costumes. The fakey stomping thing at 0:37 would be ace if it was Godzilla.

    Meanwhile, I think we are all missing the point of the video - he is not really demonstrating any physical technique. It seems obvious that this school teaches (via internet video) how to project debilitating Ki that not only makes your opponent extremely slow, but causes him to lose all equilibrium and forget how to fight altogether. True awesomeness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Loobner View Post
    I saw that too.
    It's almost like this 'Dojo' picture was taken in the back corner an office or something.
    Maybe it's a picture of a masonic hazing in the back of the lodge.

    Also, I wonder what happened to the ceiling tiles that once occupied those randomly-spaced openings in the ceiling grid (shinai tracks?). I think that may be against building codes for business occupancy in the States - I know it's a no-go for hospitals.
    Know ur history plz. :5shocking
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    Quote Originally Posted by shelbydeth View Post
    I'm positive this video was posted before. Not that it has gotten any less facepalm inducing.
    a facepalm is a more effective technique.:tongue5:

    seriously, does 'expert village' check their "experts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by baby_cart View Post
    a facepalm is a more effective technique.:tongue5:

    seriously, does 'expert village' check their "experts"
    It's not just martial arts either. When I was first teaching myself to ice skate I found some pretty amazing videos and then a roller hockey guy that was just... terribad even by my newbie standards. Beer leaguer with a big ass gut to prove it, yeegh.

    The martial arts videos are far worse to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baby_cart View Post
    a facepalm is a more effective technique.:tongue5:

    seriously, does 'expert village' check their "experts"
    No.

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