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Tue 1st Dec 2009 12:28
Midnight Star

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This thread is  really for general chit-chat! Come and say hi. Introduce yourself. Mainly for members to just get to know each other and talk about what ever they like!


It saves hi-jacking other threads with chat and 'rubbish'


 

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Has anyone been watching the 'True Blood' series on tv?
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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 12:47
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Hi Star,

No, haven't. Don't think it is on German TV.
Any "24" (Keith Sutherland) fans out there?
My favorite series; though missed some of its seasons.
Series reflect level of high-technology available today; cutting-edge, innovative thinking; and perhaps gives an inkling of White House decision-making.

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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 14:24
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i liked Keifer Sutherland in 'LOST BOYS' ,-the vampire film-but have not seen '24'.
Ihear its good though.
True Blood is brilliant . I've not been so hooked on a tv programme since 'LOST' !!!
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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 15:43
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24 and LOST are really addictive, thank god for Sky+ can record a the series at a click of a button. What about FRINGE have you seen that yet? Bit more Sci-Fi

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i watched the first series then forgot about it!

was a bit odd!

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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 16:42
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Any Sun Tsu -- The Art of War -- fans out there? I am one.

Have checked eBay for his work carved in Bamboo. One side of the Bamboo roll are his thoughts in Mandarine Chinese characters; the other side in English. Roll price seems reasonable. But, shipping fee is some five times more. Item comes out of Hong Kong

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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 17:04
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Have the The Art of War as an electronic book on my iPhone

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Top Tue 1st Dec 2009 18:03
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oh how flash!!! Lol =D
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Quote from Mark Skyrme - 1st Dec 2009 15:43 View
24 and LOST are really addictive, thank god for Sky+ can record a the series at a click of a button. What about FRINGE have you seen that yet? Bit more Sci-Fi



I recorded seasons four and five of Lost on a digital recorder I bought, its the kind of show you have to keep going back on to make sense of, very addictive.. It has been on about midnight the last 2 years though in Australia as it wasn't rating the best but next year, the final season will air prime time on a new free to air digital channel. It will probably be on a training night no doubt so will have no choice but to record it this time.

Edit: If anyone is interested there is a pretty good website about lost called "Lostpedia" that is great for nutting out the mysteries.

http://lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page
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ooh i.ll check that out cus iv watched every episode since it started in August 2005 and it still dont make sense! Roll on the final series :)
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Well i understand it completely

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come on then! Give me your thoughts on what's going on! Enlighten me! :)
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Top Wed 2nd Dec 2009 11:24
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Hi Star,

How about modelling in Dobok. Could use some nice poses to liven up this Website and my own. Optional, but in snow and/or by a fireplace with a Santa cap on would be right for the season !

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Top Wed 2nd Dec 2009 13:51
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lol! I.ll give it some thought! Snow? Brrr! Not much chance of that one!
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if you go on vip.tkdsource.com on my profile there,s a pic of me in dobok which iv edited and i have a santa hat no!
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What do you think is the most practical training outfit to wear over the Dobok between home and the Dojang. Is it one with zippers on the full length and on both sides of the pants? And, for the jacket a hood for the head? I realize for some, Dojang is home and vice-versa. But for the rest of us ....

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Top Thu 3rd Dec 2009 10:48
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Weather permitting most of us travel too and from the dojang with some sort of hooded jacket or body warmer. One that fastens together and comes just below the belt. You can then tuck the belt up underneath to stop it swinging below the jacket.

We don't tend to bother with pants we just use the dobok bottoms, that way we are advertising "ITF" on our legs. You'll be surprised how many people ask where i got the bottoms from as they like the black strip, the next question is what does "ITF" stand for and hey presto a new member.

Once in the dojang, off with the top and trainers and your ready to workout !

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Top Thu 3rd Dec 2009 22:16
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i just wear my black 'kwon' brand tracksuit over mine. Its pull-on bottoms and a zip top but its really loose under the arms,designed especially to go over a baggy dobok top without bunching up under the arms. Great for warming up in too if your dojang is a cold one!i also wear my coat, scarf and gloves travelling in the winter!(i hate being cold)! Lol
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Top Sun 6th Dec 2009 07:46
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A type of poncho would also probably work; like a rain poncho, but of a friendlier material. Idea is that it easily pulls on and off, but protects against sight and weather between home and Dojang. Length can be tailored thigh-high to take advantage of the "ITF" advertisement surface on the legs.

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