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    videos of you pig rapers?
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    I was the other green belt wearing the Enshin gi. How often do you guys do these in Texas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroObiMike View Post
    I was the other green belt wearing the Enshin gi. How often do you guys do these in Texas?
    Sorry I didn't get to roll with you. We used to have about four a year when I lived in Austin, but it's gotten a bit slower since I've moved away. Perhaps because I'm the contact with Cathy and she has one of the few nice facilities that are also free from any inter-dojo politics.
    Last edited by TEA; 9/05/2010 11:38pm at .
    Mushi mo atsui hodo
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    Originally Posted by chuey
    ...Well **** if that isn't the most anti-Mr. Miyagi **** I have heard in ages.

    Two wrongs don't make a right, but
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    videos of you pig rapers?
    Patience, lad. We're all still getting back home and recovering. I just washed the mud off my feet and still smell like BBQ.

    edited to add: Alex, what's the best way to gut and clean an emu? I ran across a flock of feral emu the other day but wouldn't have a clue as to how to go about gutting and cleaning one. Would it be like cleaning and gutting a really big goose? Taking the feathers off a goose is a major pain in the ass. I can just imagine how much worse it would be with an emu. Probably one of the reasons the emu market never took off here and now we have feral emu.
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    Mushi mo atsui hodo
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    Originally Posted by chuey
    ...Well **** if that isn't the most anti-Mr. Miyagi **** I have heard in ages.

    Two wrongs don't make a right, but
    Three rights make a left.
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    The Mega was a blast! The_Beak and EmetShamash joined us today and we had a great time with MuchLove and Zapruder's guys. I learned a lot today, NWP has some solid wrestling, Sri Hanuman has a rash guard that sucks to grip, David Koresh Jr digs uchi mata, JNP and I need to work on our ashi waza and Coach Josh has a crazy ground game. We definitely need to do this again. Between today and yesterday I have had some of the most fun training ever. Thanks to everyone for coming out, y'all are seriously the best.
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    Sri, i'm amazed you could see past looking at my cock and see me for who I am, what with you being a huge sinophile.

    PS you don't need to keep your hands up from 10ft away.
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    In keeping with Sirc's original format and theme, I will note that I "met" everyone and promptly forgot most everyone's names, much less remembered which Bullshido identity went with which real name. So if I skipped you, well, next time, choke me harder so you stand out more ;)

    Sirc: Hysterically funny when he wasn't trying to be; when he tried, it created some smirking and the desire to ruffle his hair like ... like you might do to a little brother. With a noogie too. Much more endearing in person. I'll second the advice to skip the spinny-fancy TKD kicks and to keep your hands up when you're doing striking. Also watch it when you make sexual-esque, ethnic origin, and age-based jokes to women you don't know well. You're so lucky I have no personal issues regarding any of those topics. Come back to Austin soon so we can roll, you're welcome as my guest any time.

    Omega: Loud, engaging, funny, super warm and friendly. Humble, kind, and great teacher. Ditto, please come back and consider my home yours any time.

    TEA: You said we rolled but I don't remember which one you were. But I enjoyed all my rolls so categorically, thank you (and everyone else I rolled with.) It was genuinely fun.

    Sri Hanuman: You are REALLY funny. Wry sharp sarcastic wit. Good photographer (would LOVE some of your pictures! however is easiest for you is good for me!) and would happily be your wingwoman any time. Please, you're so close, come down anytime, let's roll. And tovarisch you are also welcome in my home, any time..

    JNP and NWP: dammit, which is which? and real names? nevermind... you were both cool, if I'm thinking of the right guys :) And which one has the two adorable whitebelt daughters I rolled with? I really need to get your email (PM me?) so I can keep in touch with them!

    Hungry Joe: I think you're Joelle's dad? She is amazing. I would love to stay in touch with her-- please, PM me your email :)

    Koresh: Tuesdays. My guest room has your name on it in perpetuity. Thanks for flattering me about the crossface. I had nothing else for you. Maybe next time I'll at least bake you cookies.

    Coach Josh: I'm lucky to have met you and been coached by you. Kicked my a** on the ground and on my feet-- took me for a far gentler ride than I imagined and really didn't do anything to diminish the appeal of judo. And thanks for teaching me the new guard and sweep, fixing my kouchi, my sasai, my grip breaks, and judo etiquette. Thanks also for the flattering talk about crossfaces and defenses. You brought out the very best hedgehog in me. Your wife is adorable and I can't wait for Nov 6th and Mardi Gras... and then of course mid-May!

    Scott: Thank you for trusting my inept and uncoordinated brain with all kinds of stuff I don't know how to do. Brave man and a good teacher, thank you :) And your wife is a hoot! Can't wait for ya'll to move here ;)

    ShirobiMike: If you were the green belt with the glasses that I rolled with, thanks, that was fun. Sorry about the bleeder.

    Cathy Chapaty: our host for the TD in Austin, thank you SO MUCH for your generosity and kindliness! I enjoyed drilling with you and hope your knee feels better soon :)

    Zapruder: Nice to meet you face to face; thank you so much for hosting the mega. I wish I could remember the other guys' names at your gym. Please thank them for me too. Next time let's roll! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA View Post
    Patience, lad. We're all still getting back home and recovering. I just washed the mud off my feet and still smell like BBQ.

    edited to add: Alex, what's the best way to gut and clean an emu? I ran across a flock of feral emu the other day but wouldn't have a clue as to how to go about gutting and cleaning one. Would it be like cleaning and gutting a really big goose? Taking the feathers off a goose is a major pain in the ass. I can just imagine how much worse it would be with an emu. Probably one of the reasons the emu market never took off here and now we have feral emu.
    im really not sure what the reference here is. we dont have emu in NZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA View Post
    Patience, lad. We're all still getting back home and recovering. I just washed the mud off my feet and still smell like BBQ.

    edited to add: Alex, what's the best way to gut and clean an emu? I ran across a flock of feral emu the other day but wouldn't have a clue as to how to go about gutting and cleaning one. Would it be like cleaning and gutting a really big goose? Taking the feathers off a goose is a major pain in the ass. I can just imagine how much worse it would be with an emu. Probably one of the reasons the emu market never took off here and now we have feral emu.
    Don't bother plucking it, just skin it out and gut it. It's very lean, so be careful how you cook it and not dry it out.

    I imagine gutting it is like gutting any other bird, only lots more guts!

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    Actually, if you wanna skin a large bird, and i say this with all my years growing up on a farm and having to work in a slaughter house, the first thing you need to do is to chop its head and fetet off. Then you have to pluck it. Plucking is easiest with boiling water. You dip it in very quickly and pull the feathers off as they'll come right off. You can do it the hard way but it allows you much more leniency in how you want to prepare it. Plucking sucks. Just do it and get it over with.

    After that, you want to cut, from the centerline, from the neck where you lobbed off the head and go straight down the center to its anus. Don't cut the anus, just to it. DO a prelim incision and then get in deeper to break the skin. Last time I skinned an emu, I broke the skin and then cut just enough to get into the stomach area to remove the intestines. The heart and liver are edible, i don't care too much for anything else. when removing the guts, make sure you cut around the anus and remove it with the intestine in one piece.

    Split the rib cage with your knife and pull any left over guts out. Cook as you please.
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