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Posted 7/13/08

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Don't fret, guns can only take you so far,the native americans survived quite well against them by knowing their suroundings and being able to survive in harsh conditions,and using years of practice and experience in warfare.You should read about the Apache,Comanche,and the Cherokee.I consider them to be a few of the greater fighting tribes.


I only say so because i wouldnt have much time to do anything else. Knowlegdge of the battlefield is of course invaluable. Thats how guerrilla suceed.
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Haha I am 1/4 Cherokee. I speak a little Tsalagi and I belong to The Northern Cherokee Tribe.
I was actually trained to hunt and fight with the spear, bow, and axe. I have a homemade galhuyasdi which most call a tomahawk.

As I've said before, I've taken down two trained US Rangers armed with paintball guns [to replace real guns] with only a marker [to replace a knife] before they could even put their fingers on the triggers.

Guns are formidable and effective but a weapon is only as good as the skill of it's wielder.


you never stop amazing me do you know that
hey you sure your 24 and not 48
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Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:

Haha I am 1/4 Cherokee. I speak a little Tsalagi and I belong to The Northern Cherokee Tribe.
I was actually trained to hunt and fight with the spear, bow, and axe. I have a homemade galhuyasdi which most call a tomahawk.

As I've said before, I've taken down two trained US Rangers armed with paintball guns [to replace real guns] with only a marker [to replace a knife] before they could even put their fingers on the triggers.

Guns are formidable and effective but a weapon is only as good as the skill of it's wielder.


you never stop amazing me do you know that
hey you sure your 24 and not 48


x.x Atleast I look younger than 24.

When I am clean shaven I get carded all the time. Most say I look 18 without facial hair.
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Posted 7/18/08

Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


GZ_anime-manga wrote:


Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:

Haha I am 1/4 Cherokee. I speak a little Tsalagi and I belong to The Northern Cherokee Tribe.
I was actually trained to hunt and fight with the spear, bow, and axe. I have a homemade galhuyasdi which most call a tomahawk.

As I've said before, I've taken down two trained US Rangers armed with paintball guns [to replace real guns] with only a marker [to replace a knife] before they could even put their fingers on the triggers.

Guns are formidable and effective but a weapon is only as good as the skill of it's wielder.


you never stop amazing me do you know that
hey you sure your 24 and not 48


x.x Atleast I look younger than 24.

When I am clean shaven I get carded all the time. Most say I look 18 without facial hair.


cool
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Posted 7/18/08

Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


GZ_anime-manga wrote:


Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:

Haha I am 1/4 Cherokee. I speak a little Tsalagi and I belong to The Northern Cherokee Tribe.
I was actually trained to hunt and fight with the spear, bow, and axe. I have a homemade galhuyasdi which most call a tomahawk.

As I've said before, I've taken down two trained US Rangers armed with paintball guns [to replace real guns] with only a marker [to replace a knife] before they could even put their fingers on the triggers.

Guns are formidable and effective but a weapon is only as good as the skill of it's wielder.


you never stop amazing me do you know that
hey you sure your 24 and not 48


x.x Atleast I look younger than 24.

When I am clean shaven I get carded all the time. Most say I look 18 without facial hair.


dude...I'm the opposite. I look old. Someone said i looked 23 before... I dont like it!

I was walking past a beer store last year and some kids asked me to buy them alcohol. That was a funny encounter.
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Macedonian wrote:


Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


GZ_anime-manga wrote:


Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:

Haha I am 1/4 Cherokee. I speak a little Tsalagi and I belong to The Northern Cherokee Tribe.
I was actually trained to hunt and fight with the spear, bow, and axe. I have a homemade galhuyasdi which most call a tomahawk.

As I've said before, I've taken down two trained US Rangers armed with paintball guns [to replace real guns] with only a marker [to replace a knife] before they could even put their fingers on the triggers.

Guns are formidable and effective but a weapon is only as good as the skill of it's wielder.


you never stop amazing me do you know that
hey you sure your 24 and not 48


x.x Atleast I look younger than 24.

When I am clean shaven I get carded all the time. Most say I look 18 without facial hair.


dude...I'm the opposite. I look old. Someone said i looked 23 before... I dont like it!

I was walking past a beer store last year and some kids asked me to buy them alcohol. That was a funny encounter.


Hahaha that's awesome.

My pictures are in my profile. Tell me how old you think I look.

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For me though i have studied Kempo for about 11 years i have learned many weapons, a gun not being one, but i have used many things from Escrima to Daos so i can be versatile in many situations
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For me though i have studied Kempo for about 11 years i have learned many weapons, a gun not being one, but i have used many things from Escrima to Daos so i can be versatile in many situations


Where did you learn these weapon arts from?
I noticed you mentioned Katana even.

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Posted 7/23/08

Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


carlrules097 wrote:

For me though i have studied Kempo for about 11 years i have learned many weapons, a gun not being one, but i have used many things from Escrima to Daos so i can be versatile in many situations


Where did you learn these weapon arts from?
I noticed you mentioned Katana even.



Escrima, Kamas, Bo Staff were part of our regular training at my school, we had one of our adult students study for a long time in kung fu so they helped me learn the dao and helped me learn some different things with the Bo, and i am currently trying to learn a 3 section staff without killing myself lol, and we had a man who would use the school once a week for Kendo classes, And i also learned nunchakus with a lot of extra time between classes from my instructors, weapon styles fascinate me because of their elegance as well as their power.
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carlrules097 wrote:
Escrima, Kamas, Bo Staff were part of our regular training at my school, we had one of our adult students study for a long time in kung fu so they helped me learn the dao and helped me learn some different things with the Bo, and i am currently trying to learn a 3 section staff without killing myself lol, and we had a man who would use the school once a week for Kendo classes, And i also learned nunchakus with a lot of extra time between classes from my instructors, weapon styles fascinate me because of their elegance as well as their power.


Interesting. Where did you learn the use of a katana though?
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Posted 7/23/08

Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


carlrules097 wrote:
Escrima, Kamas, Bo Staff were part of our regular training at my school, we had one of our adult students study for a long time in kung fu so they helped me learn the dao and helped me learn some different things with the Bo, and i am currently trying to learn a 3 section staff without killing myself lol, and we had a man who would use the school once a week for Kendo classes, And i also learned nunchakus with a lot of extra time between classes from my instructors, weapon styles fascinate me because of their elegance as well as their power.


Interesting. Where did you learn the use of a katana though?


The kendo class is really the most experience i have with a katana
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Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:


carlrules097 wrote:
Escrima, Kamas, Bo Staff were part of our regular training at my school, we had one of our adult students study for a long time in kung fu so they helped me learn the dao and helped me learn some different things with the Bo, and i am currently trying to learn a 3 section staff without killing myself lol, and we had a man who would use the school once a week for Kendo classes, And i also learned nunchakus with a lot of extra time between classes from my instructors, weapon styles fascinate me because of their elegance as well as their power.


Interesting. Where did you learn the use of a katana though?


The kendo class is really the most experience i have with a katana



Since when does kendo teach one how to use a katana?

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man let's just say this ...there is nothing more imporant for me than a good, tasty meal, one or two glasses of wine, also a good laugh with my friends ..for me to participate in a war well .....i shall ask for the chronicler's part
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man let's just say this ...there is nothing more imporant for me than a good, tasty meal, one or two glasses of wine, also a good laugh with my friends ..for me to participate in a war well .....i shall ask for the chronicler's part


... do they still have those?
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marjan007 wrote:

man let's just say this ...there is nothing more imporant for me than a good, tasty meal, one or two glasses of wine, also a good laugh with my friends ..for me to participate in a war well .....i shall ask for the chronicler's part


... do they still have those?


nice one! well if there aren't we have to re-invent them because there will be no history without them right?
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