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Posted 10/30/08

most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:

yo starting to tomortow i'm gonna add 30 min or half an hour of weapons, and improvise weapons to my arsenal.. I really want to learn how to use a chair!!!!!


How about this recliner!! I use it, but mostly to sleep in!



LOL...JKG!
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Posted 10/30/08

LegendarySucker wrote:


most_unpredictable_ninja wrote:

yo starting to tomortow i'm gonna add 30 min or half an hour of weapons, and improvise weapons to my arsenal.. I really want to learn how to use a chair!!!!!


How about this recliner!! I use it, but mostly to sleep in!



LOL...JKG!


there's ALWAYS A POSSIBILITY.. hey if you can throw like in judo.. or have gong lik.. its possible ^_____^ omg i saw a flute in the martial arts store in china town..and replica guns, and knives.. i really had to think...if buying one was a good investment.. so I bought a wooden knife..
maybe a gun replica .. next time but behind close doors..

and i saw a flute.. and baat sun swords
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Posted 11/14/08
hey guys i just read something very interesting about katanas they say that the katana is a sacred japanese sword and was founded during the Muromachi period but there's a debate that it might've originated from korea because during that time japan was trading with korea and iron swords and sword-making technology was brought to Japan during 6th century AD. The first type of such sword was the ring pommel sword. this is why their swords look very simular.

here's a link i found about korean swords http://www.swordsofkorea.com/history.htm
here's images of korean swords between the dynastys http://www.swordsofkorea.com/swords.htm

pls tell me what you think about this issue is it really sacred or just something the japanese people stole and made their own? .
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i mean it seems like its a sign of respect, or continuing the legacy of swords, and the businesstrade.. the japanese didnt steal the blue prints.. in the page its said that they traded the art of sword making. i think it's cool the japanese made their own version of the swprd.. we have our own version of it too (philippines), and indonesia, and china, and thailand, and also in Europe have their own as well.. An art knows no bounds, except on how to make it great, and even from there.. who knows.

I would love to see Gum Do in action, I heard it's a sight to see
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