Has anyone on here ever tried using Match.com or known someone who has? I was thinking out of trying that out for the free 3 days but I wanted to know if anyone has. If it's no good than I'm not sure I want to risk getting charged after the 3 day period if the company is phoney. Just wondering...
I trained in aikido last night at the nearby dojo. I had fun and got a workout too. All the students there seem really nice. The classes are even offered 6 days a week and for one monthly price you get unlimited sessions. I'm going to check it out two more times before I put money on the...
Is it good practice and healthy to try to say "hi" and work up discussion with girls that I don't know? For example, I go to a college and there really aren't girls in my classes. Would it be healthy when outside of class to walk up to random girl and try to say hi and make up some weak...
I tried my first class of kung fu today! It's been so long since I've gotten exercize and since I spent time thinking about something that seemed positive. I was surprised to see that in the school I'm going to there is something called locks which remind me quite a bit of stuff I...
Here are a few martial arts schools in my area. I know I need to call around to see which ones have evening classes and find out prices along with sitting in on a class to see what it is like.
Eastern arts and Holistic Health acadamy (not sure what they teach)...
I know it's been a while since I've been on this site. Three weeks ago I came home from college to find that my fiancee decided that she didn't love me anymore. So, we broke off the wedding and the honey moon and sold the house. Now I guess I have to figure out how to meet women again. I...
Just wanted to let you all know that I'm selling a copy of Steven Seagal's Aikido: The Path Beyond Thought on VHS. The reason is that a friend of mine got me this as a gift not knowing that I already bought it back when it came out. I'm selling it for only $15.00 ($16.13 after...
According to IMDB.com:
Actor - filmography (sorted on weighted rating)
(6.29) - Executive Decision (1996)
(6.19) - Under Siege (1992)
(5.29) - Exit Wounds (2001)
(5.19) - Above the Law (1988)
(4.98) - My Giant (1998)
(4.90) - Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995)
This is the American Film Institute's list of the 100
Greatest Movies, selected by AFI's blue-ribbon
panel of more than 1,500 leaders of the American
1.CITIZEN KANE (1941)
3.GODFATHER, THE (1972)
4.GONE WITH THE WIND (1939)
5.LAWRENCE OF ARABIA...
This is the American Film Institute's list of the 50
Greatest American Screen Legends, the top 25 male
and top 25 female legends selected by more than
1,800 leaders from across the film community from
the list of 500.
1. Humphrey Bogart
2. Cary Grant
3. James Stewart
4. Marlon Brando...
I would like to have a thread where people list the last couple movies they have seen with a liked or disappointed or disliked vote. Maybe start with the last 3 or so that you liked and 3 or so you disliked (or was disappointed, etc.).
Requiem for a Dream...
Hey folks, It's been a while since I've posted on here. I have visted though once in a while. I've just been really busy with college, a job that makes me terribly miserable, and I moved out of home so I've been working on settling in. Doesn't sound like too much new has been happening, so...
Hi all, I know I haven't been posting much lately but I just thought I'd let you all know that starting today I'm leaving for vacation. We're driving to Maryland Easton & Baltimore. I should be back on Monday. Everyone take care.
I have a sword that was given to me. I may even post a picture so people can comment on it 'cause I have no idea what it is worth or anything. My question was if people knew of any good books to teach oneself sword techniques. I'd also like ideas on good books to teach oneself kung fu and any...
I'm really curious about responses here because I'm sure that there are people on this forum from around the world with different backgrounds and beliefs. I may not even get the who question out that I'd like to ask because the knowledge at which I seek is very complicated therefore, there must...
Just out of curiosity. Has anyone who practices martial arts ever tried to practice Aikido or Hapkido outside of a school (at home) by oneself? I have trouble finding the time to practice in a school and I think that it would be great if it were possible to practice (especially Aikido) at home...