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  1. tachosomoza
    16th February 2014 10:07
    tachosomoza
    I liked you as "The Boss", personally. Fucking love Springsteen.
  2. tachosomoza
    16th February 2014 01:12
    tachosomoza
    Would it kill you to keep the same name for a year? Goddamn.
  3. Comrade Jacob
    9th February 2014 17:58
    Comrade Jacob
    No hard feelings.
  4. Brutus
    8th February 2014 13:17
    Brutus
    Brilliant name change
  5. Remus Bleys
    2nd January 2014 22:46
    Remus Bleys
    I don't hate scenery and I don't hate my culture from a personal perspective, I rather enjoy middle america food (its the only thing I can eat even). That shit is cool, but I don't take "pride" rather, interest. I'm just as likely to boo at nationalists from, I don't know, China, as i would America, but likewise, I would take as much appreciation in things that I found interesting in other cultures as I would "my" own.

    By incomprehensible I meant I literally cannot understand a word Springsteen says.
  6. Mistress Sinistra
    1st January 2014 04:23
    Mistress Sinistra
    BVoss! what chu wan me to dio next??
  7. Remus Bleys
    3rd December 2013 08:17
    Remus Bleys
    You asked me in a thread about libertarian socialism and that I referred to things as being liberal. I can't be bothered to find the thread.
    I'm really tired righ now but I'm just going to say this: about the freedom of the press, under a proletarian dictatorship I think it wouldn't be a right everyone had and reactionary newspapers would be forcibly stopped.
    My thinking on it is largely in agreement with lenin here (meaning I happen to agree with lenon. I'm not trying to appeal to authority I'm just saying id like to message you before I forget and I recognize any argument I make will sound incoherent, the basics of it are in this document): https://www.marxists.org/archive/len...921/aug/05.htm
    Feel free to challenge me on something if you'd like.
  8. Quail
    2nd December 2013 22:39
    Quail
    I don't know if it was pointing out of their skin, but they had to have gas and air while the first aid people twisted it back into place and put it in a splint. Probably the worst injury I've seen on a Judo mat (touch wood haha).

    It's perhaps good being small when people are practising scary throws because they can usually throw me with a good level of control
  9. Quail
    2nd December 2013 22:24
    Quail
    I've never heard anyone else say it can be dangerous I suppose Judo in general can be a bit dangerous. Someone broke their shin at SUKT, which looked extremely painful to say the least. I actually had to go outside because it makes me feel dizzy seeing injuries.

    Ura nage is not something I've managed to get working particularly well, but most people are a bit heavy to practice it on really. There are a few people my size but most of the people I train with are at least 20kg heavier than me.
  10. Quail
    2nd December 2013 22:06
    Quail
    I like kosoto gake and tani otoshi as counters. I tend to use ogoshi left-handed to make up for being a bit crap at grip-fighting a lot of people tend to get a dominating right handed grip which leaves an opening for me to get a left handed grip on them. I should really practice breaking grips a bit more.

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    Welcome to the city of the suffragettes, and if you step out with me you better step correct


    Formerly known as El Granma and Stammer and Tickle, and most recently as The Boss

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