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    Is that chandler?
    David villalobos.

    only 2 months left

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    Quote Originally Posted by TakadaDojoKeith
    How bout this? Threatening yoga...
    That is a funny way of going to the toilet.

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    I am trying to grow a beard. They will retail at 2.99 or 50 if you are a American tourist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Northcote
    I am trying to grow a beard. They will retail at 2.99 or 50 if you are a American tourist.
    Better start practicing your fake British accent.
    Jonathan Wood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrono
    Better start practicing your fake British accent.
    My fake British accent? I already have one. I can sell you Monkeyboy's for 100 if you wish. It is interchangeable with Hispanic voices as well.

    But then Hispanic sounds better with an limey accent

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    Thought I would post in here as I know some people will get the automatic email sent to their inbox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrono
    It's a calculus term. When you take the derivative of a function, you're deriving it.
    Differentiation is fun, and easy. There are so many ways to catagorize things. But when I set out to derive the formula for the area of a circle, it seemed that what I needed was an antiderivative. Of course, the geeky thing is that I'm deriving pleasure from writing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BGalehouse
    Differentiation is fun, and easy. There are so many ways to catagorize things. But when I set out to derive the formula for the area of a circle, it seemed that what I needed was an antiderivative. Of course, the geeky thing is that I'm deriving pleasure from writing this.
    I am sorry, that is a deviation from the way this thread goes.

    But then I do like to say deviation. As well as other words like obscure, tinnitus, globule, and ouch.

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    As many of you know I'm also a cartoonist as well as a budoka, and I've just drawn something silly

    Rev. Matt Boxall AKA Dr. Stupid

    *Puts on wizard hat and robe*

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nephilim
    I often wonder how Brian managed to fill the baloon up

    Who?

    Is this a "He's like a fish out of water" put down?

    Yours in Budo,
    ---Brian---

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    Tommy Nash

    "A good sword is kept in its sheath." ~Sanjuro~

    Genbukan Ninpo Bugei

    Kageshin Dojo, Baltimore, MD

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    Quote Originally Posted by taken67
    http://i2.ebayimg.com/02/i/06/56/fa/42_1.JPG
    Interesting bokken tsuba.

    Not my cup of cha, but cool nonetheless.
    Yours in Budo,
    ---Brian---

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    Quote Originally Posted by taken67
    That would fit really well on a traditional Katana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Northcote
    That would fit really well on a traditional Katana.
    My thoughts exactly.
    Tommy Nash

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