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  1. #61
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    Ben

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    1 child, Autumn, age 10 months

    Open minded Christian

    Shaolin-Do for 18 years, and I've played around with other CMA, jijitsu and aikido from time to time.

    My wife and family, American Football, movies, camping, Madden football, good bourbon, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by Oso View Post
    AND, yea, a good bit of it is about whether you can fight with what you know...kinda all of it is about that.

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    JP is a "Good Christian" and his favoreite song is "Sympathy for the Devil?"


    (No wonder he does Shaolin-Do)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TenTigers View Post
    JP is a "Good Christian" and his favoreite song is "Sympathy for the Devil?"

    (No wonder he does Shaolin-Do)
    I said "open minded Christian." I didn't say I was a very good one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Oso View Post
    AND, yea, a good bit of it is about whether you can fight with what you know...kinda all of it is about that.

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    doh!

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    Terry Pratchett is pretty d@mn funny. I do think that they're kind of 'read one - read them all' but they're so funny, if you've got time for light diversion(takes a day or two to read) they're spot-on.

    Moor**** wrote some of the best fantasy fiction and some of the worst. The Elric, Stormbringer, Dorian Hawkmoon (forget the name of that series), Corum series etc are fine reads.
    its safe to say that I train some martial arts. Im not that good really, but most people really suck, so I feel ok about that - Sunfist

    Sometime blog on training esp in Japan

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    Moor

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    Mothferucking censors.
    its safe to say that I train some martial arts. Im not that good really, but most people really suck, so I feel ok about that - Sunfist

    Sometime blog on training esp in Japan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Punch View Post
    Moor

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    Mothferucking censors.
    the censors are right, i don't want to know you want more c0ck
    What's the point

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    I couldn't have more if I tried... neither the trews nor the medical science exist...!
    its safe to say that I train some martial arts. Im not that good really, but most people really suck, so I feel ok about that - Sunfist

    Sometime blog on training esp in Japan

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    Travis (not my first name, but it's the one I go by.)

    Brandon, FL... Mercilessly Sunny, Relentlessly Hot Florida.

    25 laps around the sun so far.

    None yet- wife and I are waiting.

    Practicing Christian ("Practicing" 'cuz I still have yet to get it right.)

    Until last year, I was training in MyJhong Law Horn. My favorite style so far. Also have a smidgeon of Shorin-Ryu karate training from when I was a wee one. My Current style is Workout-Ryu Excercise-jitsu-ken-muhn-do-pai... uhhh, quan?

    Spending time with the wife, reading (fantasy, history, manga, and whatever I happen to come upon.) indulging my culinary curiosity, excercising, martial arts, and trying to whittle down some RPG or another when I have the chance. Other than that, trying to spend what little free time I have in a vain attempt to piece together the sanity I lose every day at work.

    I have to agree- Jordan and Pratchett are awesome. I'll have to check out Moorec0ck sometime. I think George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series is good, but it can go overboard sometimes. I hardly think of myself as a prude, but I think Martin has to lay of the viagra... or cialis or whatever.
    "Prepare your mind..." "For a mind explosion!"
    -The Human Giant, Illusionators

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    Dave

    Oak Ridge, TN (home of the Atomic Crotch Kick)

    38 but I've pretty much completely forgotten everything between 22 and 28

    Son, George, five and invincible

    Practicing Heretic

    Shaolin-Do for a while now, lately just because it makes everyone so angry. Shorin-Ryu before that, American Karate before that, school wrestling team before that, and light-saber fighting before that.

    Playing music, chess, hiking/animal watching, comedy, long, romantic walks by the beach, paying very close attention to anything with Scarlet Johannson in it

    Agreed wholeheartedly on the post about Jordan being second only to Howard with the Conan books. Also agreed that he bogs himself down in the WoT series but he's still a h3ll of a writer. Goodkind is okay. Pratchett is very good but still not as funny as Douglas Adams - if you've never read Adams' Last Chance to See, it's excellent.

    Just randomly picked up a book called the Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse by Rankin which has turned out to be a pretty pleasant read so far.
    Meanwhile, I'll be looking for God in this box of Cheerios - Crushing Fist

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    Name - Craig Drummond

    where we are from - Peterborough/London, England

    our ages - 21

    children we have - been with my g/f 6 years but none just yet

    religion - I'd like to say taoist (not religious taoism) but I dont take it much further than reading.

    style we train in - 7 * Mantis, did 3 years of wing chun, ashtanga yoga, cross train other bits off friends - muay thai, wushu/flips n stuff

    and things we really enjoy - travelling (esp far east), drawing, industrial design, 3.D computer modelling, photoshop, food, CMA of course, computers, philosophy, reading wikipedia

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    im totally going to have to pick up some of these titles you guys have been putting here.

    i just finished reading this

    http://www.amazon.com/Faded-Sun-Tril...ews/0886778697

    its sci fi, but really cool. kind of has some martial arts aspect to it as well. in an alien race being so bad ass they play catch with daggers kind of way.

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    my favorite sci fi book, is probably ender's game. but i dont really read a lot of sci fi novels.

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    My name is Hank

    live in Va.

    13

    no kids

    Train in jow ga kung fu

    I like Video games and fighting


    Im Catholic

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    My name is RJ Johnson, but you can call me Ray, or you can call me RJ, or you can call me RJJ

    Ah, it was only funny the first time.

    David, not Dave

    The Longwood hood, central Florida

    Just turned 43, ok 47, well actually 50 something but I play 40 - 50

    2 kids, er, adults (over 30, both)

    pedestrian, sometimes

    CMA based, currently David Fu (Lao Pai Quan) but background in street, Kenpo, TKD, Shotokan, Crane, Mantis, CLF and Wah Lum

    hot chicks (don't we all), computers, robotics, MA (of course), hot chicks, firearms, acting/stunt fighting, wasting time on KFM

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