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    A Kenpo notibale recently told me that Kenpoists are the Knights Templar of Buddhism.

    This is after a personal Journey he took to the Shaolin temple and around China.

    Marcel's post actually jarred this from my memory.

    What do you think about this statement?
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    It sounds very noble. I like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    A Kenpo notibale recently told me that Kenpoists are the Knights Templar of Buddhism.

    This is after a personal Journey he took to the Shaolin temple and around China.

    Marcel's post actually jarred this from my memory.

    What do you think about this statement?
    I always fancied myself as one of the Knights who say..."Neeeeee!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SifuDangeRuss View Post
    I always fancied myself as one of the Knights who say..."Neeeeee!"
    ICKY ICKY ICKY ICK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin6 View Post
    ICKY ICKY ICKY ICK!
    ....Fatengfooooooooooozwhuuuuuup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    A Kenpo notibale recently told me that Kenpoists are the Knights Templar of Buddhism.

    This is after a personal Journey he took to the Shaolin temple and around China.
    Could you explain what he meant by this?
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    Default Re: The Knights Templar of Buddhism

    If this were scrabble he would get a Double Nerd Score.

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    Russ,

    If you cut down the tallest tree in the forrest with a herring and bring me a shrubbery we can talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    Russ,

    If you cut down the tallest tree in the forrest with a herring and bring me a shrubbery we can talk.

    A what?
    Thanks you, Knights Who Say Ni! You are fair and just. We will return
    with a shrubbery.

    That never gets old...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin6 View Post
    A what?
    Thanks you, Knights Who Say Ni! You are fair and just. We will return
    with a shrubbery.

    That never gets old...
    I was thinking perhaps 2 shrubbery? Then we could have this multi-tiered effect....

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    Well as long as we are doing Monty.

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    Seems MP and Kenpo goes hand in hand.
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    I think maybe you should look up who or what the Knights Templar were, before you decide weather they were cool or not.
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    Interesting concept. Sure, why not!?

    Oh, and BTW.... I fart in your general direction. Now go away you English pig-dog or I shall taunt you a second time.
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    History of the Knights Templar

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History...nights_Templar




    Bravely bold Sir Robin rode forth from Camelot.
    He was not afraid to die, O brave Sir Robin.
    He was not at all afraid to be killed in nasty ways,
    Brave, brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!

    He was not in the least bit scared to be mashed into a pulp,
    Or to have his eyes gouged out and his elbows broken,
    To have his kneecaps split and his body burned away
    And his limbs all hacked and mangled, brave Sir Robin!

    His head smashed in and his heart cut out
    And his liver removed and his bowels unplugged
    And his nostrils raped and his bottom burned off



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    Me too! As a matter of fact, I'm sitting here at my PC wearing my Black Knight jammie bottoms.
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    Thats funny there i don't care who you are LMAO
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    Since this thread quickly became more about Monty Python instead of the original topic it has been moved to the humor section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    Seems MP and Kenpo goes hand in hand.
    I thought MP went with everything....
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SifuDangeRuss View Post
    I'm glad I'm not the only one missing a few teeth in our internal cogs.
    There are not too many left on this cog... I think it's from blocking too many punches with my face...
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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