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    Hi everyone..new member. Wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone a congrats. A site with this many members actually practicing the arts..good work! For years now..while research various things on various arts and instructors..this site always comes up. Ive looked at it a few times..chuckled a bit and moved on. Banter in here is comical sometimes. Its inevitable that people online are quick to judge..are emphatic about tbeir opinions and wanna be heard. Its online. In person a certain etiquette is present that seems to not be necessary in forums. Probably because the threat of being punched in the face doesnt exist online. Lots of speculation in here..lots of art vs art convo. Lots of "he aint nuthin till he's had an mma match" stuff. In reality..an mma match would be a blessing compared to some arenas people fight in. The brutality of these arenas is unfathomable. Theres a few categories of martial artist out there.
    1: spiritual only..likes the mindset a relaxed pursuit offers. These students help keep the lights on.
    2: physical only.."taekwondos kicks are faster than karates..so taekwondo wins out." Had a squabble or two in a bar and are now an authority.
    3: wannabes..hang out online, seen a real fight once..never had one. "Doesnt like confrontation" of any kind.
    4: combat oriented..the real deal. They train hard..train for real..and have little patience for those that dont.
    You all know where you belong. Own it. Talk all you like, until youve trained with someone..you dont know sh#$. Can we agree on that? Do your own research and make a commitment to going to see someone in person..after showing watcha got..talk all you want. Till then, we might as well keep watching "roadhouse" and sharing jello shots. Keep training and keep up the great work!

    #2
    So, I know you are new here, but something you may want to check out is the sections on investigations and the 'dojo review' guidelines, particularly in the areas of aliveness.

    Recognize that this forum is not a good area for letting people believe what they want to believe or anything of that nature if they then start trying to tell others about it.

    We don't "ALL" agree on ANYTHING, but most of the long term members are willing to have a rational discussion about anything. Just realize that in the age of the internet, sources are king, and pic, vid or it didn't happen is the standard assumption.

    Welcome to Bullshido.

    Ohh, yeah, I also think this is about to get moved as I am pretty sure it is the wrong forum, but I am not a mod so... whatevs.

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      #3
      Originally posted by AcerTempest View Post
      Ohh, yeah, I also think this is about to get moved
      I suggest Trollshido.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Bichslap View Post
        Hi everyone..new member. Wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone a congrats. A site with this many members actually practicing the arts..good work! For years now..while research various things on various arts and instructors..this site always comes up. Ive looked at it a few times..chuckled a bit and moved on. Banter in here is comical sometimes. Its inevitable that people online are quick to judge..are emphatic about tbeir opinions and wanna be heard. Its online. In person a certain etiquette is present that seems to not be necessary in forums. Probably because the threat of being punched in the face doesnt exist online. Lots of speculation in here..lots of art vs art convo. Lots of "he aint nuthin till he's had an mma match" stuff. In reality..an mma match would be a blessing compared to some arenas people fight in. The brutality of these arenas is unfathomable. Theres a few categories of martial artist out there.
        1: spiritual only..likes the mindset a relaxed pursuit offers. These students help keep the lights on.
        2: physical only.."taekwondos kicks are faster than karates..so taekwondo wins out." Had a squabble or two in a bar and are now an authority.
        3: wannabes..hang out online, seen a real fight once..never had one. "Doesnt like confrontation" of any kind.
        4: combat oriented..the real deal. They train hard..train for real..and have little patience for those that dont.
        You all know where you belong. Own it. Talk all you like, until youve trained with someone..you dont know sh#$. Can we agree on that? Do your own research and make a commitment to going to see someone in person..after showing watcha got..talk all you want. Till then, we might as well keep watching "roadhouse" and sharing jello shots. Keep training and keep up the great work!
        Your user name sucks. Welcome to the site bitch. A little more about yourself please. Where do you "belong"?

        Anticipating move to YMAS.
        Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

        http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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          #5
          Originally posted by DCS View Post
          I suggest Trollshido.
          We can just leave it here for now.

          MABS ----------> YMAS
          Violation: Shit Thread.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Bichslap View Post
            Hi everyone..new member. Wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone a congrats. A site with this many members actually practicing the arts..good work! For years now..while research various things on various arts and instructors..this site always comes up. Ive looked at it a few times..chuckled a bit and moved on. Banter in here is comical sometimes. Its inevitable that people online are quick to judge..are emphatic about tbeir opinions and wanna be heard. Its online. In person a certain etiquette is present that seems to not be necessary in forums. Probably because the threat of being punched in the face doesnt exist online. Lots of speculation in here..lots of art vs art convo. Lots of "he aint nuthin till he's had an mma match" stuff. In reality..an mma match would be a blessing compared to some arenas people fight in. The brutality of these arenas is unfathomable. Theres a few categories of martial artist out there.
            1: spiritual only..likes the mindset a relaxed pursuit offers. These students help keep the lights on.
            2: physical only.."taekwondos kicks are faster than karates..so taekwondo wins out." Had a squabble or two in a bar and are now an authority.
            3: wannabes..hang out online, seen a real fight once..never had one. "Doesnt like confrontation" of any kind.
            4: combat oriented..the real deal. They train hard..train for real..and have little patience for those that dont.
            You all know where you belong. Own it. Talk all you like, until youve trained with someone..you dont know sh#$. Can we agree on that? Do your own research and make a commitment to going to see someone in person..after showing watcha got..talk all you want. Till then, we might as well keep watching "roadhouse" and sharing jello shots. Keep training and keep up the great work!
            Hello Bichslap, welcome to Bullshido.

            Your profile says absolutely nothing about your background. Would you care to tell us a little bit about that?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Bichslap View Post
              Hi everyone..new member. Wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone a congrats. A site with this many members actually practicing the arts..good work! For years now..while research various things on various arts and instructors..this site always comes up. Ive looked at it a few times..chuckled a bit and moved on. Banter in here is comical sometimes. Its inevitable that people online are quick to judge..are emphatic about tbeir opinions and wanna be heard. Its online. In person a certain etiquette is present that seems to not be necessary in forums. Probably because the threat of being punched in the face doesnt exist online. Lots of speculation in here..lots of art vs art convo. Lots of "he aint nuthin till he's had an mma match" stuff. In reality..an mma match would be a blessing compared to some arenas people fight in. The brutality of these arenas is unfathomable. Theres a few categories of martial artist out there.
              1: spiritual only..likes the mindset a relaxed pursuit offers. These students help keep the lights on.
              2: physical only.."taekwondos kicks are faster than karates..so taekwondo wins out." Had a squabble or two in a bar and are now an authority.
              3: wannabes..hang out online, seen a real fight once..never had one. "Doesnt like confrontation" of any kind.
              4: combat oriented..the real deal. They train hard..train for real..and have little patience for those that dont.
              You all know where you belong. Own it. Talk all you like, until youve trained with someone..you dont know sh#$. Can we agree on that? Do your own research and make a commitment to going to see someone in person..after showing watcha got..talk all you want. Till then, we might as well keep watching "roadhouse" and sharing jello shots. Keep training and keep up the great work!
              Twice now, my life has been completely changed by a post on Bullshido.

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                #8
                What are these arenas where the brutality is unfathomable? Please enlighten us.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by boldeagle67 View Post
                  What are these arenas where the brutality is unfathomable? Please enlighten us.
                  My bedroom, my kitchen, and the most brutal arena of all, my toilet.
                  GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
                  Originally posted by Devil
                  I think Battlefields and I had a spirited discussion once about who was the biggest narcissist. We both wanted the title but at the end of the day I had to concede defeat. Can't win 'em all.
                  Originally posted by BackFistMonkey
                  I <3 Battlefields...

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by boldeagle67 View Post
                    What are these arenas where the brutality is unfathomable? Please enlighten us.
                    PitFighting.
                    Dan Severn loves raping people.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by battlefields View Post
                        My bedroom, my kitchen, and the most brutal arena of all, my toilet.
                        They make air fresheners for that.
                        Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

                        http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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                          #13
                          Three pages, minimum. Seven if the OP ever returns.
                          "Systema, which means, 'the system'..."

                          Originally posted by strikistanian
                          DROP SEIONAGI MOTHERFUCKER! Except I don't know Judo, so it doesn't work, and he takes my back.
                          Originally posted by Devil
                          Why is it so goddamn hard to find a video of it? I've seen videos I'm pretty sure are alien spacecraft. But still no good Krav.
                          Originally posted by Plasma
                          At the point, I must act! You see my rashguard saids "Jiu Jitsu vs The World" and "The World" was standing in front me teaching Anti-Grappling in a school I help run.
                          Originally posted by SoulMechanic
                          Thank you, not dying really rewarding in more ways than I can express.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Bichslap View Post
                            Hi everyone..new member. Wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone a congrats. A site with this many members actually practicing the arts..good work! For years now..while research various things on various arts and instructors..this site always comes up. Ive looked at it a few times..chuckled a bit and moved on. Banter in here is comical sometimes. Its inevitable that people online are quick to judge..are emphatic about tbeir opinions and wanna be heard. Its online. In person a certain etiquette is present that seems to not be necessary in forums. Probably because the threat of being punched in the face doesnt exist online. Lots of speculation in here..lots of art vs art convo. Lots of "he aint nuthin till he's had an mma match" stuff. In reality..an mma match would be a blessing compared to some arenas people fight in. The brutality of these arenas is unfathomable. Theres a few categories of martial artist out there.
                            1: spiritual only..likes the mindset a relaxed pursuit offers. These students help keep the lights on.
                            2: physical only.."taekwondos kicks are faster than karates..so taekwondo wins out." Had a squabble or two in a bar and are now an authority.
                            3: wannabes..hang out online, seen a real fight once..never had one. "Doesnt like confrontation" of any kind.
                            4: combat oriented..the real deal. They train hard..train for real..and have little patience for those that dont.
                            You all know where you belong. Own it. Talk all you like, until youve trained with someone..you dont know sh#$. Can we agree on that? Do your own research and make a commitment to going to see someone in person..after showing watcha got..talk all you want. Till then, we might as well keep watching "roadhouse" and sharing jello shots. Keep training and keep up the great work!
                            A respectable amount of our membership are professional or amateur fighters. And, many of us occasionally get together to kick and punch and choke the shit out of each other. That's besides our normal training, which is on average several times a week, and those of us who do compete at the hobbiest level.

                            So, yes, we can all agree that you don't know shit.
                            Consider for a moment that there is no meme about brown-haired, brown-eyed step children.

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                              #15
                              I want "everyone" here to be perfectly clear. Jell-O shots have never passed these lips and I have nothing but disdain for any of "you all" whose have.

                              Well, maybe excepting BFM. He's a bit touched in the head and probably couldn't help himself.
                              Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

                              http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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