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#279823 - 10/31/07 01:21 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: BrianS]
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Jude,

What I meant by that is that you were not here to see the personalities of Unyu (Omegapoint,Son of Sokenmulitversed,Dr.Krunkensteinetc.) who were all banned for.
Bryan did make me look at things in a different light. He made me realize that no matter how long I or anyone else has trained we will never be as good as "r3al karat3" guys with "pure lineages" .
He made me think many times,"elist dipwad". Does that count?
Ed (Kintama) never made me thinkn that, neither did Matt(Honeybun).

Ofcourse you are free to state what you like, just as everyone else here. But, you need some frame of reference attached to it, homeskillet.




Brian I cant understand some of your jargon.
I have read some of unya's dismissive negative statements and I stated he should not be using them. That is my business because I am communicating with him on certain topics openly on the forum and I disagree with what he says.


If he were to state what I do is a pile of cr2p I would ask why. If he were to state I would never be as good as he is I would ask why.
If he couldnt give me a good reason why it is cr2p then I would ignore his comments.

Untill present with myself during our online conversations he has been asked and has given certain answers but not enough information to justify his negative statements. Untill then I make no descision as to his negative comments other than to research what I think he is getting at.
Just as I would with anybody else who I think has a point.

What he does do though is as I described earlier is create the need for further research .

I try my best to abide by the forum rules. If people choose not to then that is up to the people who run this forum to do as they see fit. I understand it is then not for me to comment on their descision.

Brian, I try to avoid personal conflicts.

Unya if you are reading this can we further the conversation on the kata section.

Jude

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#279824 - 10/31/07 02:09 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: jude33]
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homeskillet = "lighten up, brittlebritches you ain't all that."

...is my interpretation of the Arkanspeak - then again, I'm only a yankee doodle dandy so what would I know of coon-huntin, cow-tippin or homeskillets.

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#279825 - 10/31/07 02:37 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: Ed_Morris]
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coon-huntin



you cant say that man !
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#279826 - 10/31/07 03:05 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: shills11]
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no. I meant as in "Racoon hunting".

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#279827 - 10/31/07 03:07 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: Ed_Morris]
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homeskillet = "lighten up, brittlebritches you ain't all that."

...is my interpretation of the Arkanspeak - then again, I'm only a yankee doodle dandy so what would I know of coon-huntin, cow-tippin or homeskillets.





You got that right Ed. Seems like I've unintentionally been stirring up a lot of crap around here lately.

Time for the blue ninja to go trick or treating and get away from all of this drama queen bullbutter.
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#279828 - 10/31/07 03:08 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: Ed_Morris]
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no. I meant as in "Racoon hunting".




Sheesh!!!! See what I mean!!!!!



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#279829 - 10/31/07 05:10 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: BrianS]
shills11 Offline
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Quote:



Quote:
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no. I meant as in "Racoon hunting".


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Sheesh!!!! See what I mean!!!!!








No actually.
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#279830 - 10/31/07 05:13 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: BrianS]
aikiuke Offline
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Registered: 09/16/06
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Loc: Illinois
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you cant say that man !




so I learned a new word today...

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#279831 - 10/31/07 05:43 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: aikiuke]
Reiki Offline
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You are all mad!

My pick:- definitely Razwell as being the most memorable cretin but some of the others have been similarly irritating at times...

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#279832 - 10/31/07 05:59 PM Re: Famous Trolls Through the Ages [Re: shills11]
cxt Offline
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Shills

"no actually"

A "racoon" is omnivorous, mostly noctural furry animal found all over the USA/Canada.
Ranges in size from 15 lbs to upwards of 30 lbs.
Its pretty smart for a near rodent and has passable "thumbs" so it can do some really weird things in terms of getting into and out of places/items.
Climbs and swims well too....they can actually drown the dogs used to hunt it every now and then.
Hunting it was and still is a common pastime in some areas of the USA.

Mountain Men or Davy Crocket etc are often pictured wearing a racoonskin cap.

There was a trade in their furs...still is to a much lesser extent.

Properly cooked they taste pretty good as well.

The name is often shortend to "coon" in several dialects of US "English."

It also has an unfortunate "slang" meaning that is quite racist and rather dated......ie its a kinda old and out of date racial slur that few people use anymore...and of course should never use.

So when people in the USA talk about "coon huntin"....unless you know otherwise and there are some of those a-holes out there of course they are usually talking about the animal.

OMG am I pedantic or what??????

I don't think I really want an answer to that.


Edited by cxt (10/31/07 06:03 PM)

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