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    East Timor declares War on Ninjas

    According to an article on Time Magazine:
    (The rest of the article is here.)

    Indeed, in this environment of instability and uncertainty, the mythical figure of the ninja proves all the more unsettling. Everett of the Asia Foundation recounts a story told to him by U.N. officials who had been summoned to an outlying district of the country by villagers, claiming they had seized a ninja. Upon arriving, they were directed toward a woman said to be literally holding the would-be assassin. They found her and looked on in disbelief. Says Everett: "She was clutching nothing but air."
    I missed that Choson Ninja video. : (

    #2
    These aren't the ninjas you're looking for...

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      #3
      You have to be carefull wheir you post this their astrall spy's and occult guards are everywhere.

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        #4
        Ah.

        Trained by Dr. Haha Lung then.

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          #5
          Interesting. First Pirates return to the high seas, now Ninjas reappear in Asia.

          Soon the ancient rivalry will be reborn!

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            #6
            Finally ninjersim has found a new home. All ninjers go there and fight for the ninja cause, bye.

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              #7
              On a related note, I have a test that I use to ferret out a ninja. I throw a wad of paper at someone's back and if they're able to turn, catch it and throw it back in one smooth, fluid motion, I know they are a secret ninja. The guy in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja. (he was offended when I wrote that the dumbass in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja) He also won't accept my denial that I wasn't the one who threw the paper. (I'm blaming it on a ninja)

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                #8
                On a related note, I have a test that I use to ferret out a ninja. I throw a wad of paper at someone's back and if they're able to turn, catch it and throw it back in one smooth, fluid motion, I know they are a secret ninja. The guy in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja. (he was offended when I wrote that the dumbass in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja) He also won't accept my denial that I wasn't the one who threw the paper. (I'm blaming it on a ninja)
                You should try drowning him. If he can breath under water he is a ninja. If not you can be sure that he wasn't a ninja. It's a win win situation.

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                  #9
                  If he floats he's made of wood.
                  If he's made of wood he must weigh the same as a duck. (As ducks also float.)
                  So weigh him against a duck.
                  If they weigh the same then you can burn him for being a ninja.
                  "Never trust a quote you read on the internet" - Abraham Lincoln



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                    #10
                    Ninja hunt > witch hunt

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Tom .C View Post
                      On a related note, I have a test that I use to ferret out a ninja. I throw a wad of paper at someone's back and if they're able to turn, catch it and throw it back in one smooth, fluid motion, I know they are a secret ninja. The guy in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja. (he was offended when I wrote that the dumbass in the cubicle next to me is still not a ninja) He also won't accept my denial that I wasn't the one who threw the paper. (I'm blaming it on a ninja)
                      The problem with your test is that you have no energy from killing intent to transfer in your wad of paper throwing. Use a shuriken next time.

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                        #12
                        I just can't wait for May 8, Bujinkan display at anime con, AGAIN :thumbsup:

                        too bad I won't be able to laugh to much, since most otaku believe in the almighty ninjer :cussing:

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                          #13
                          From what I know, the whole ninja legacy started with Hattori Hanzo. http://www.badassoftheweek.com/hanzo.html

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by nightowl View Post
                            According to an article on Time Magazine:
                            (The rest of the article is here.)
                            : (
                            that's not ninja, they are masked revolution rebels.

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                              #15
                              I can't help but feel that it is in poor taste to make fun of this issue.

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