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Xebsball
02-10-2003, 09:44 AM
Hey yesterday we went to pick my bro at the airport on a nearby city and i found a store there that had the KFQ magazine for sale.
First time ever i seen one, so i bought it. Its imported so it costed R$24.50
To know what that means, my lunch costs R$6.

Havent read it all yet, so far i liked the Iron Crotch and the stuff on Iron Fist training. :cool:

M_ArtsMargie
02-14-2003, 09:05 AM
xebsball****You never really seen the magazine? :confused: I thought for sure you have already seen it. So you like it so far?

Isn't it amazing what a person can do to their bodies? Ouch! He is having his free demonstration here at our offices. He is going to do hard qigong(like the peni5 pull) and soft qigong where he can balance on an egg and not break it.

So how are you?:p

Xebsball
02-14-2003, 03:43 PM
I really had never seen one, had seen IKF though.

The weights on the peepee seem painful, that dude is tough :D
I like the magazine, specially since we dont have quality cma magazines here.
The good martial arts mags around with some decent publication are the bjj/mma related ones, Gracie Magazine and Tatame.

I'm good... i think :)
check your inbox, sorry in advance if it freaks you out :(

GeneChing
02-17-2003, 09:04 AM
I wish we saw some of that lunch money of yours. Our international distributors pay us the same rate as our U.S. ones. They take all that extra cost, but then, they get it out to some pretty unusual places. In the U.S. airport stores are the most expensive to distribute in - you actually sell to them at a loss, unless you pretty much sell out all of your copies. But internationally, it's different. I remember finding KFQG in the Singapore airport. I have no idea how it gets there. We are distributed in something like 40 countries and do direct sales to about 2 dozen. I know it's expensive to import us - we really appreciate all the international support. Martial arts is really an international community.