People who live in glass houses should'nt throw rocks!!

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  1. DAC..florida

    DAC..florida Purple Belt

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    There are alot of members and ex-members of this board who have jumped down the throats of others for talking bad about people who are no longer members of this forum!

    For the first time ever today I visited e-budo.com and my name (dac..florida) is all over the place, I saw it atleast three differant times and I was only there for about an hour.

    PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH!
    :soapbox:
     
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  2. arnisador

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    This has happened to several MartialTalk members across several boards, sadly.
     
  3. DAC..florida

    DAC..florida Purple Belt

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    It is sad that these individuals wouldnt just come to MT where they knew I was a member but instead they take it to e-budo where Im not a member? It all good though I am a member of e-budo now and at least I can defend myself!
     
  4. Reprobate

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    Oh, the horror... the horror. How you must suffer...
     
  5. Datu Tim Hartman

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    I choose to ignore them all. I was talking to Kaith about this the other day. He told me he was having the same problem. My responce to him was not to waste his time. MT is my home, if ex-members want to start problems on other forums let them. If anything we might get more people to check us out.
    :asian:
     
  6. DAC..florida

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    GROW UP!


    :soapbox:

    I was trying to make a point that the same people who were complaining about us including them in our post after they quit, are including me in posts on a forum I dont even frequent!
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  7. arnisador

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    There's no such thing as bad publicity!
     
  8. lonekimono

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    you know my grandfather once told me as a boy,that

    "you only need to chalk a stick one time to get what you need
    done"

    so the hell with the people who just talk,to me they don't have a face:p
     
  9. Reprobate

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    So what?

    You can tell me to 'grow up', but you charge at anyone who looks at you cross-eyed. For an 'instructor' you flip into a defensive mode quite quickly. I hope for you this 'short fuse' behaviour doesn't follow you about in real life.

    I learned in kindergarten to take the messenger into account when looking at the message.

    If a stranger calls me an *******, I ignore them. If a friend tells me I could've been more tactful, I pay attention.
     
  10. DAC..florida

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    Maybe you misunderstand my posts, I have never and will never get upset or take offence to what someone types on thier pc about me, especially since few have ever met me and even fewer I consider to be a friend.

    I learned alot in kindergarten also, Like not to judge a book by its cover. Maybe you should keep this in mind before you attempt to judge others.
    :asian:
     
  11. don bohrer

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    In the old days people settled this kind of behavor with a gun fight. So... who do we got that can shoot? :D
     
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  12. cali_tkdbruin

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    When I was in Jr. high school back in the 70's and two guys despised each other, and were constantly at each others throats, the P.E. teacher would take them aside and set up a boxing match between the two enemies.

    At our next P.E. class the teacher would strap gloves on the two guys and let them go at it. Sorta like sparring at the dojang. Anyway, when it was over the teacher had the two combatants shake hands and that was usually the end of it. For the most part, there were no problems thereafter.

    Too bad that things can't be settled that easily anymore... :shrug:
     
  13. Cruentus

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    No s**t! Settling things like the old days, with honor, would save ourselves a lot of headaches. I don't mean shooting each other, but boxing, sparring, duking it out no protection until the other gives, or stick fighting. Minor injuries to solve big problems would be o.k. by me! :jediduel:
     
  14. Disco

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    Only difference is that now you show up with your Posse, Lawyer, Accountant, Paid Off Witness, Gun Bearer and the local used car dealer.........:mst:
     
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  15. marshallbd

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    Lets all keep in mind that words are just words....They have no power or providence in life unless backed by truth and actions....So lets all live and be friends huh? :asian:
     
  16. Taimishu

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    You see this a lot I call it long distance slagging.
    You get it on the CB radio and now on the internet. Some people think its "big" or "cool" to slag people off knowing that they cannot be got to and that they say things they never would if they were face to face.
    I think the name for this is cowardice.

    Just my 2p worth.

    David
     
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    Peolpe will generaly insult people that they do not have to come to face with.This behavior strokes their own ego
     
  18. Aegis

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    "Insult" would be quite a harsh word for some of what actually happened here. there was a lot of fairly hardcore "fraud busting" a while back, but I would not class most of it as insulting, more an attempt to try to find the truth in any given situation. Admittedly there were quite a few instances where both parties took the discussion to argument, then to insults, but it wasn't instigated by just one side.

    I'll shut up now, as this sort of subject almost invariably leads to discord if continued too much.
     
  19. Rich Parsons

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    If you can’t say it with out “cursing like a truck driver”, it is probably too far. Hey, I'm a truck driver and if I can be polite on here so can every one else. :uhyeah:
     
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