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    Hi I am new on Bullshido Forum

    Hi everyone;
    I just graduated University and moved to Los Angeles for work originally from Austin, TX.
    I have studied some Jujitsu and Muy Thai but I am thinking of getting into Kung Fu. Are any of you from Los Angeles and if so can you tell me about a good school. I think I want to learn a Northern Style but the Southern Hung Gar also looks interesting. Sorry to come off as a noob but I guess since everything is new then that's me.

    Cheers!

    Paul

    #2
    Hi,

    Welcome to the site.

    We have a CMA/Kung Fu School review section here
    You might want to peruse that and see if any of the schools reviewed are near you.
    Or, you could ask a mod to change your thread title to something like "Noob looking for Kung Fu recommendations in L.A." so people can see at a glance whether they can help, without having to open every thread.
    Good luck with your search.
    Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

    Gandhi

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      #3
      I'd say welcome, but I just can't bring myself to invite genital warts to the board. Although, likely some of our posters have met you already.

      So, ummmm, howdy! Hope you stick around a while. Just don't stand too close to me, K?

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        #4
        LOLZ
        Oh, you had better be talking about Lebell!
        I'm a very clean boy.
        Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

        Gandhi

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          #5
          *blinks*

          Helloes.

          Welcome to the forum. I think this place can be a nice place. Sometimes.. :):uhaul:

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            #6
            Originally posted by sochin101 View Post
            LOLZ
            Oh, you had better be talking about Lebell!
            I'm a very clean boy.
            papillo is the medical term for genital warts dummy

            its ok though something like 90% of people have them, just a very small % actually show it

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              #7
              G'day

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                #8
                Originally posted by Alex View Post
                papillo is the medical term for genital warts dummy
                Aerochica made it about genital warts, specifically. The OP's name is the more general name for warts.

                Although, as you probably know, Alex - not being a dummy ;-) - it's about more than just warts.

                And some times it's pretty spectacularly more than warts.
                ^don't click the above if you don't like treemen.
                Last edited by sochin101; 3/02/2009 2:53am, .
                Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

                Gandhi

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by sochin101 View Post
                  Aerochica made it about genital warts, specifically. The OP's name is the more general name for warts.

                  Although, as you probably know, Alex - not being a dummy ;-) - it's about more than just warts.

                  And some times it's pretty spectacularly more than warts.
                  ^don't click the above if you don't like treemen.
                  Huh. I was only aware of HPV as it relates to gential warts and cervical cancer. Never had the warts thank god, but I unfortunately had a run in with the cancer form. All good, though.

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                    #10
                    Glad everything's fine now.

                    You're probably not going to turn into a tree.
                    Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

                    Gandhi

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