1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Techfall » Wed Jan 18, 2012 3:08 pm

Remember the mortal combat analogy days bravo? lol
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby (Q) » Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:12 pm

I appreciate the feedback guys. I'm happy that y'all can identify with it.

I was really reluctant to put my weaknesses out in the open, but the way y'all responded is just another testament to the quality of guys on this forum.
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby SuperDave » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:01 pm

awesome read que! and congrats on the belt. did you move? dammit we never got to hang in new orleans. :P
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Shaman » Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:01 pm

Get it together man! You can't be walking around with a purple belt and not have good basics!
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby (Q) » Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:16 am

Shaman wrote:Get it together man! You can't be walking around with a purple belt and not have good basics!


1st of all, I never asked Bravo to promote me. Bravo evaluated me in field and felt I was at that level.

2nd of all, instead of trying to criticize me in front of the whole forum, if you really have a problem with me having purple or any other issue with me, PM me, call me, tell me DIRECTLY. (you should have my number by now, I only left it up here for so many months)

fuck all that keyboard jockey / computer tough guy / arguing over comments shit. grown men are supposed to be above that foolishness. SMH...
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Shaman » Fri Jan 20, 2012 6:00 am

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Stephen » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:07 am

The most important thing to me is someone's performance.

If they have closed a solid number of chicks, then they can make purple.

Brown is for the guys who kick ass and are working on the teaching aspect of it. ( jr coaching level)

Black is for a guy who can run solo and I can 100% vouch for.

Queue clearly earned his purple, and you shaman - by posting things like this and other recent posts, clearly still deserve your white.
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Shaman » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:17 am

haha no argument here

@queue can i still call you bro? sounds like teaching [edit: would be good for us both]
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Rigel » Fri Jan 20, 2012 11:17 am

queue, this was an awesome post and breakdown, I admire you for getting out there and doing it, something i'm still struggling with... Thanks for posting this and congrats on your well deserved purple!
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Moiser » Tue Jan 24, 2012 5:33 am

Inspiring stuff Queue. It's a testament both to yourself and the Bravohood, be proud!

Congratulations on your purple brother!
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