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    #76
    Originally posted by jnp View Post
    I believe I have advised you of the no trolling rule in Newbietown in the past. I like you a lot, but rules are rules and I enforce them whether I like someone or not.
    Don't think you have, but meh. At least this one is for actually breaking a rule as opposed to some faggot not being able to understand a joke and being on a pc power trip.

    I'll come back when this inevitably ends up in trollshido, just like Omega predicted.
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      #77
      Daniel:
      tell your girl to go to the Judo Dojo and Boxing gym, cuz she obviously has more balls than you do and maybe she can defend your delicate honor.

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        #78
        Originally posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post
        We (me an my girl) hardly go out, if we're not performing as there are more a-holes with attitudes, a sense of self-entitlement, and chips-on-shoulder than there are minutes in the day, for them to squeeze their intrusions into.

        Knowing I can probably school most untrained people, and a good few of the poorly trained ones, does give me the confidence to be nice. I don't have to imply or suggest that I can handle business. I know I can, whether or not others do.

        That doesn't mean we don't have people provoke us, that happens every day, no joke. We play in the subway, during the week, so we get condensed crazy. You just have to be big enough to let things go, laugh them off, ignore people, or harden up, on a moment's notice. Being big enough to do that, is made easier by the knowledge you can hang, if it does get crucial.
        I always wondered why you as a musician would risk your hands.
        Oh, well. Indeed, incredible, that level of bigotry everyday people are able to sport.
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          #79
          Originally posted by Hiro Protagonist View Post
          I always wondered why you as a musician would risk your hands.
          Oh, well. Indeed, incredible, that level of bigotry everyday people are able to sport.
          I have resilient hands, I think the rest of me is likely to go, before they do.
          I'm amazed constantly, at what, people will let come out of their mouth (dirty joke). I couldn't possibly confront every thing because
          • I don't beat up kids
          • I wouldn't want to embarrass someone in front of their kids
          • I look red and crazy when I'm really pissed, and cops might not understand what's happening.
          • We're often on camera, so that's it's own deescalating factor, pointing out their on cctv.
          • the real d3adly never r3veals it's self.
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            #80
            <- another musician who 'risks' his hands.
            The main drawback in my experience is not so much the risk of injury, but rather the dulling of the sensitivity.
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              #81
              hmm, could be. Although, my fingertips are misshapen, I have so much callous, on them.

              I'm very easy to find, so I have to keep that in my little brain, at all times. That's the biggest drawback in my opinion. There is no anonymity for us here. I am a clumsy ninja. Anyone can find me.
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