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    a lurker no more..or how to bite the noob bullet.

    greets and welcome.from the frozen midwest.some where lost and outta lures.:icon_rr:

    #2
    I know this is noobietown so I am doing my best to be nice, so dude, would you please kindly explain what the fuck you are on about?

    Maybe it is a frozen midwest accent that I don't get...
    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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      #3
      Originally posted by battlefields View Post
      I know this is noobietown so I am doing my best to be nice, so dude, would you please kindly explain what the fuck you are on about?

      Maybe it is a frozen midwest accent that I don't get...
      I don't mean to gang up on anyone but battlefields does have a point.. what ARE you talking about?

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        #4
        He's saying he's lost and short on fishing gear, fishing lures specifically. That's my best guess anyway.

        Welcome to Bullshido evol1349.

        I'd like to know more about kosen jujitsu. I am unfamiliar with it.
        Shut the hell up and train.

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          #5
          Yes, yes... fishing is fun, but I do not like the taste of fish.

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            #6
            sorry randomness of 4am..and the style of kosen jujitsu would be what the gracies learned before calling their system "gracie" jujitsu.my instructors also added sambo/danzan ryu into their mix of jujitsu.hope that clears things up a bit.

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              #7
              Is this your club?

              http://www.combat-jujitsu.com/cjj/location.html


              As far as I'm aware, the term "Kosen" only referred to a rule set in Judo that allowed for more time spent in newaza as opposed to the mainstream rule set for Judo. There never was a "Kosen" jujutsu in Japan, but I could be mistaken.

              Are you aware of any links or web pages that goes into the history of Kosen jujitsu? Or is this simply a case of the instructor's adopting the name Kosen because it fit their training goals?
              Shut the hell up and train.

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                #8
                yes.but i have just started and still in the feeling out period.their is a more well known school closer to where i live called warriors cove.i may try them next week/see a difference in straight up bjj vs kosen jujitsu.

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