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Old 01-23-2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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Something tells me these are not real Ninjas.
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Old 01-23-2010, 04:08 PM   #2
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Do you mean that those uncoordinated ninja looking guys on rollerblades beating on stuff with sticks aren't real ninjas? I'm friggin' shattered.
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Real ninjas have black wheels on their skates. Sheesh.
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I could have caught that car...rookies
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I could have caught that car...rookies
That was a car?
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To interject some perspective...

Ninjas did, and I'm not making this up, have devices that resembled large sealed frying pans. They would tie these to their feet, and give the appearance of walking across water.

This failed much more often than it succeeded.

As Dave can attest, ninjas will try anything once to raise the bar.
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Whoever put that "idea" on film needs to be dragged naked across a field of broken glass and cactus needles. That was horrible and I think I might actually have lost a few points of intelligence watching it.

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If it was redone with some roller-boogie disco to it, it wouldn't be bad.
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If it was redone with some roller-boogie disco to it, it wouldn't be bad.
Ask Tango...he's probably got it on his iPod
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Ask Tango...he's probably got it on his iPod
ROTFLOL. Tangoliscious.
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