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Team Ryouko

Ever heard of Team Ryouko before? If not, now is the time to get their name stuck in your head! ;)

Team Ryouko is Toronto's first and only Extreme Martial Arts Performance Team. Inspired by the achievements of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen and many others, Team Ryouko was founded by veteran Martial Artists, Break Dancers, and Stuntmen, with the single vision of exploring the limitations of the human body. Armed with a diverse background of skills, Team Ryouko has developed their own unique style to leave their mark in the world. Read more about it on their own site.

Check out their great site right here! Or check out an amazing compilations of stunts and stuff done by them. It will always be available to watch on the videos section I just recently put up and in the future put down, along with lots of other nice martial art movies and more. If you're looking for a link to it somewhere on this page other than in this post there is one available to the right in the minor menu under 'Reformation'.

UPD: The reformation menu was removed with the old design. Team Ryouko has changed names to 2X Entertainment as well, but the link above redirects. If it doesn't, just Google the new name.

UPD: They changed names again, now they're Team2X, and the Team Ryouko link stopped working so it's been changed. Check out their new site!

UPD: Site changed again! Updated above. The old one was

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A Train Trilogy

I built a theory about trains today... or more professionally: self-esteem and its' reaction to trains corresponding to you in various of lives troublesome situations.

Now back to the trains. Every time you miss one, you lose some self-esteem, if you arrive just as the train is leaving, you lose some self-esteem. If you were walking quickly thinking that you should run and thought that then maybe you would get to the train in time... but you don't run, you lose a lot of self-esteem. If you run like hell and just miss the train by a few seconds, you lose some but at least you tried, right? and if you run like hell and throw yourself through the doors just as they are closing your self-esteem gets a powerful boost. Also, if you walk calmly and arrive a few minutes early and successfully get on the train with no problems at all... nothing happens!

This simple theory can also be used to describe various other events and your success rate in life... Shouldn't I be a scientist or something? With all this brainpower of mine I'd be sure to win the nobel prize, lol...

So run like hell and catch the train people!!! :D

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