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Old 06-28-2009, 02:10 PM
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But I am 62.
Are you Kidding??

You might be Our most...erm...senior...of patrons!

I know that there are several MMA fans in their 80s, Who are Hughes Fans...my Gran is one of them but most that ive heard are women, and they dont post on Forums
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Old 06-29-2009, 12:29 PM
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Are you Kidding??

You might be Our most...erm...senior...of patrons!

I know that there are several MMA fans in their 80s, Who are Hughes Fans...my Gran is one of them but most that ive heard are women, and they dont post on Forums

Not kidding at all. You won't find me posting much, but I do enjoy reading the discussions. I have learned a lot.

I wish MMA had been around when I was younger. Oh well, never to late to learn.
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Old 06-29-2009, 12:43 PM
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I was in Kansas City this past weekend. I saw a guy wearing an Affliction shirt so I decided that I would keep a tally for the day. I walked up to him and asked him if he knew what Affliction was and what it represented and he said "No, I just like the shirt."

Total tally:

7 Affliction shirts - 1 knew what it was
4 Tapout shirts - 2 knew it had been advertisted on tv, but didn't know what it was.

Talk about tools.
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Old 06-29-2009, 01:18 PM
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Not kidding at all. You won't find me posting much, but I do enjoy reading the discussions. I have learned a lot.

I wish MMA had been around when I was younger. Oh well, never to late to learn.
Its never too late to learn Martial Arts...after all...think of the Grand Masters of some of the Oriental Training Camps...they are said to be far older then yourself...and they can still like do stuff...still teach classes and the likes, even when they are nearing their Centuries.
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Its never too late to learn Martial Arts...after all...think of the Grand Masters of some of the Oriental Training Camps...they are said to be far older then yourself...and they can still like do stuff...still teach classes and the likes, even when they are nearing their Centuries.

Are you sure you're not 80, Dave?
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Old 06-29-2009, 01:53 PM
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Are you sure you're not 80, Dave?
Only in the mind.

There was only one physiological thing that came back to me after my MRI scan to clear up once and for all whether my ailment was physical, or psycho-somatic.

That was that there is a method of dating the brain. Basically you look at the size of the vacuoles in the centre. The older the brain, the larger the vacuoles. had they used that method of dating my brain...it would have appeared to belong to the body of a Human nearly half a century in age.

I am just over a quarter, roughly half that age

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Old 06-29-2009, 05:26 PM
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It was a joke. I think it's funny to see everybody and their dog wearing an Affliction or Tapout shirt. Most people wearing them probably have no idea what either of them really are; kinda like the Fox Racing shirts and hats that have become a fad in the cities as well.
I have been rocking FOX clothing for a while. I literally spend about $200 bucks a month on FOX clothes.. I wear Metal Mulisha, SO-CAL, Tap-Out, and Punishment...
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I have been rocking FOX clothing for a while. I literally spend about $200 bucks a month on FOX clothes.. I wear Metal Mulisha, SO-CAL, Tap-Out, and Punishment...

I am sure you can get away with wearing whatever you like, and I am glad that you are comfortable doing so. Cheers!
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I am sure you can get away with wearing whatever you like, and I am glad that you are comfortable doing so. Cheers!
Thanks Hopefully soon I will be trading in my Fox clothing for a uniform!! Haha..
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Thanks Hopefully soon I will be trading in my Fox clothing for a uniform!! Haha..
Did GOAT manage to convince you to go Navy for the Dress Whites?
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