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    Kenpo lingo.
    By cfr - Fri, 27 Jul 2007 18:25:46 GMT

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    Greetings. In the EPAK system, what is a "set" and what is an "extension"?

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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

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    Kenpo lingo.
    By cfr - Fri, 27 Jul 2007 18:25:46 GMT

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    Greetings. In the EPAK system, what is a "set" and what is an "extension"?

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    A "set" is a group of songs performed by a band prior to them taking a break to rest. Usually comprised of 10-15 songs.

    An "extension" is a fake piece of hair that is glued to your existing hair to make it appear longer than what it is.

    ...do the original posters on MT ever come over here to check for answers?
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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    A "set" is a group of songs performed by a band prior to them taking a break to rest. Usually comprised of 10-15 songs.

    An "extension" is a fake piece of hair that is glued to your existing hair to make it appear longer than what it is.
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    lol, I don't think the MT posters read these. Maybe if there were some sort of link added to the original thread to show that it was "botted" to KT they would.

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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    A "set" is a group of songs performed by a band prior to them taking a break to rest. Usually comprised of 10-15 songs.

    An "extension" is a fake piece of hair that is glued to your existing hair to make it appear longer than what it is.

    ...do the original posters on MT ever come over here to check for answers?

    Oh that was good so good. We have to party, must be an Irish Thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARSHALLS KENPO View Post
    Oh that was good so good. We have to party, must be an Irish Thing.
    Sounds like a plan. Where is the ale?
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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel View Post
    lol, I don't think the MT posters read these. Maybe if there were some sort of link added to the original thread to show that it was "botted" to KT they would.
    I'm a MT mod. There is a link to the original article so the reader can read the threads on both boards, if they choose. However, to reply over here, a person has to have an account over here.


    On another note...Celtic, that was brilliant.

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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by MT Post Bot View Post
    Kenpo lingo.
    Greetings. In the EPAK system, what is a "set"?
    In Kenpo, back in the 59's a "set" meant a bunch of drills put together to teach a basic, or a "set" of basics.

    For example, one short "set" they had was "4 Shields" which was a "set" of...

    1. moving back
    2. At the point of no-return
    3. then blocking

    And that "set" taught 4 different blocks (shields) from 4 direction.

    And they called it the "short set"...

    Which after awhile came to be called "Short Form 1" by the students, because it was short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    An "extension" is a fake piece of hair that is glued to your existing hair to make it appear longer than what it is.
    Really?

    An extension is a fake piece of hair?

    I thought an extension was a fake "piece".

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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by John M. La Tourrette View Post
    Really?

    An extension is a fake piece of hair?

    I thought an extension was a fake "piece".

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    You have a wicked sense of humor Doc.
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    Default Re: MT: Kenpo lingo.

    Quote Originally Posted by MARSHALLS KENPO View Post
    You have a wicked sense of humor Doc.
    Actually I have a kinesthetic sense of humor...which is consider sort of wicked by some people.

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