Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by 31stMEUSOC, Oct 12, 2010.
Very happy for him. He has placed in every event he competes in. Just thought I would post this.
To what rank? Can't really tell in the picture, congrats btw
Blue belt. He has been training for 6 months. Took Bronze at the UFC expo grapplers quest in Las Vegas. He competes again this weekend in Vegas again at Grappler X. Thanks. We are very proud.
Lets hope no one goes ''screenshot or it didn't happen''
You never know
I have no idea what any of that means.
Thanks dude. I will let him know.
Is your sig serious? Its pretty disgusting if it is....
6 months and blue? Did he wrestle before or something cause thats a short time to get blue.
Is it? I thought it was interesting
If he's screen name bears any relation to his current or former occupation, it's also quite likely.
Anyways, congratulations on the blue!
Agreed. You have to a pretty big piece of shit to brag about something like that. If it's a joke, it's not very funny.
Anyway, congrats to your brother on his blue rashguard or whatever.
I don't know if it's bragging. I think (again, if his username is at all an indication) that the fact he's killing people so you can have the freedom to go and compete and train, hey, that's cool =)
Then again I'm Canadian. Whatever that means.
maybe it is just a fact.
then again, if you are in a war and you are seeing your buddies get killed, then maybe bragging about killing the enemy is just fine.
C'mon dude. My brother's a Marine - He's leaving for Afghanistan in two weeks... My grandfather was a full bird Colonel in WW2 and my dad was a first lieutenant in the Navy... All witnessed (or are about to witness) war first hand. I have nothing but respect for those who serve - That doesn't negate the fact that bragging about killing people pretty much makes you a piece of shit.
Again, if the sig isn't meant to be taken literally, my bad.
Because something is justified doesn't mean it's appropriate to brag about it.
I'm not sure it's up to any of us how someone copes with having to kill people for a living. So long as he's not harming anybody to do so, I say it's fine.
Yes its serious.
He is quite a natural. Super flexible and athletic. The fact that he competes several times a month has evolved his game tremendously.
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