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#231543 - 02/19/06 11:22 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: oldman]
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Registered: 08/25/04
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So Oldman, outside of the Martial Arts, is Brian the cool dude that we have come to expect on these forums?

And, when all was said and done, did you guys have a good time?

-B

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#231544 - 02/19/06 11:25 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: butterfly]
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Judging by the pics, Id say hes better than what he makes out on the forums.
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#231545 - 02/19/06 11:30 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: JoelM]
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another intercept:

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#231546 - 02/19/06 11:37 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: butterfly]
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We had a great time. Brian is tres cool. He is Gojo trough and through. He is military (Sgt.Stone) and trains with military guys. My youngest daughter said "I think Brians kind of shy." He was a gentleman with my ladies. And a guy with the guys. One note, it is squirell hunting season in Arkansas and he kept looking out in my backyard saying thing like "Man there's six big ones in yer yard".He shared te best recipes for serving them. ^ is enough for a stew. So yes he is cool... I mean as cool as a guy that eats squirell stew can be.

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#231547 - 02/19/06 11:39 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: oldman]
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#231548 - 02/19/06 11:40 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: Ed_Morris]
Dauragon c mikado Offline


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Brian goes hobbit!
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#231549 - 02/19/06 11:45 PM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: oldman]
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Oh man, it sounds like you guys had a great time!


Have you ever tried to put Parmesian Cheese on that squirrel stew? It will make da ladies come back for more.


Hahaha, nice! The bigger the feet, the bigger the -




Shoes


Edited by ScottO (02/19/06 11:46 PM)
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#231550 - 02/20/06 12:12 AM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: oldman]
butterfly Offline
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Quote:

We had a great time. Brian is tres cool. He is Gojo trough and through.




Good enough for me! I am glad you guys had a good time. You never know, squirrel stew might be really good.

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#231551 - 02/20/06 12:51 AM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: butterfly]
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I don't want to overlook cxt. He slept in on sunday and was not available for the afternoon donnybrooke. I have no doubt he would have faired well. This may come as a shock to some of you but cxt is smart as h3!!. He was a charming, outgoing kind'a fella very aware of ettequette...see I can't even spell. Not at all stuffy. He is one of the few guys I have met that could match me story for story. It seems that both of us grew up with alot of folks that were from the shallow end of the gene pool. Natural selection seemed to take care of many of our youthfull aquaintences.He took to the BJJ well and may hook up more with Mr.Graeber. One thing I forgot to mention about Brian was his ground game was better than I imagined it would be.
I won't give anymore away regarding Our FA man of mystery other than to say He is a sincere longtime practitioner a man of letters. A well rounded guy.

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#231552 - 02/20/06 04:08 AM Re: The 2006 Rolling Stone Tour [Re: oldman]
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As with all the roadtrip threads, this has made me sad that I am an ocean away from many of the great people on this forum, but having said that, I am not sure i want to be punched by an 8 foot tall, squirrel chewing, iron fisted, sasquatch with miltary training, or the little guy- you got to be wary of the little ones

Good to see another successful RL FA pow-wow
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