1. #411

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    Once more, the Wastrel is a voice, yelling in the wilderness !!!!!
    Common sense goes OUT the window at McDojo !!!

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    you guys have bullshit dan grades in a bullshit art with bullshit training methods---- when your 'self defence' fails and you want to know why, we will all be happy to help you to learn

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    All I know is that ronin69 is a scary muthafukka.
    The vast Universe!
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    Opening all the world

    --O Sensei

    :gaygay:

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    How scary can Ronin be? He's canadian! :)

    May I be allowed to give this thread a L0ngest Threed EVAR!!11 award now?

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    Me scary? I was just doing my best Gracie imitation :)

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    Originally posted by V E S P E R
    Go watch the Karate Kid again and listen to Mr. Miagi. Danial never sparred before entering the tournament, he was taught in other ways.
    Are you kidding? Surely you don't believe that's legitimate.

    As to the race thing, being racist and calling a school a mcdojo are very different. You see, the mcdojo concept is a school with flawed training methods. It is legitimate to label a school mcdojo if it's instructors say things like the quote above.

    Racism, on the other hand, is unjustified prejudice. An ethnicity is not inherently flawed.

  7. #417
    Winning is so much better with sore losers Join us... or die
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    When asked about cross training either Mobius or Vesper said there weren't any good places in Austin to go to. If they are interested they ought to check out the place I go to. There are boxing/kickboxing, Jeet Kun Do, and GJJ classes offered. This is by no means a challenge or ragging on your school. When I started the thread I made it clear I already went to a gym, but my brother in law wasn't interested in what I did. I just wanted others opinions on your school because it was one of the ones he liked and it had a website people here could check out. If either or both of you are interested post that you are and I'll post the name of where I go. I'm hesitant to post it unless asked cause I'm not sure if thats a breach of ettiquette. If you like it, cool; if not, sorry I wasted your time.

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    There are literally HUNDREDS of schools in the Austin area (including the suburbs), and I can assure you neither of these bakido guys knows which are good or not. There are PLENTY of crosstraining opportunities for those who seek them.

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    Winning is so much better with sore losers Join us... or die
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    rainfall, where do you go?

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    I train in Round Rock, but currently am injured so only go when they need help. If you want a reccomendation on a specific style, let me know. ;)

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