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Non-Joshi Talk / Forum Rules
« on: May 09, 2011, 02:02:49 PM »
1.  No negativity.  This is a supportive, fan run forum.  We can talk, respectfully and intelligently about things we disagree about, but we should not be constantly complaining for the sake of complaining.  JF.com has tried to do many positive things in the joshi community, and we still have plans to do more.  Don't ruin JF's image with needless negativity.

2.  Be respectful.  I'm really going to start enforcing this rule.  The rest of the mods have permission to enforce this and report back to me, in addition to recommending a temporary or perma-ban, based on the offense.

Be respectful to the workers.  They bust their asses for our entertainment.  I NEVER want to read about "she slept with so and so" on here.

Be respectful to each other.  We've had intelligent debate on here, and I love it.  There's no need to go into the mud.  Don't like someone?  Don't talk to them.  Simple.

As a side note.  There will be good-natured ribbing in the forums.  Try not to take offense at teasing that's not malicious.  I don't like feeling like a parent that constantly listens to a sibling whine about their brother or sister.  And if you're going to come complaining to me about other members' behavior, I sure as hell better not find out that you've been disrespectful to someone else or a worker.

3.  Any match trading must be done via pm's.  We will sticky a topic in the matches thread for vendors and their contact info.  Anything beyond that should be done via pm and at your own risk.

4.  Do not upload and post links to any SHIMMER, Chickfight or American indy promotion on the forums, especially if these promotions rely on dvd sales as their main income.  Same goes for wrestlers.  If anyone wants to see the matches, buy them.  They'll be listed on the vendor list.

These aren't overly harsh rules at all.  But I'm going to have to start enforcing them.  Thankfully, many of you are wonderfully productive members of this community and give us no problems at all.  Keep it up.

For those that choose not to follow the rules:

First offense will be a public notice warning.  You'll have a note in your profile.

Second offense is an automatic three-day ban.

Third offense will last for two weeks.

The fourth offense will result in a perma-ban.

The staff reserves the right to immediately issue a perma ban in extreme situations.

Conduct for members of joshifans.com when attending wrestling events.

1. Be respectful to any and all workers, ring officials, promoters and anyone involved with the production of the event you are attending.

2. Do not try to harass any such persons while you are in attendance. This also includes monopolizing their time during intermission when they could be selling merchandise or at after shows. Know that they usually charge for photos so if you DO get a free one from them at an after show, be grateful for it and DO NOT PUSH FOR MORE.

3. Bringing gifts can generally be acceptable AS LONG AS they are gifts of a general fan nature. Fan made items like wrestling scrapbooks, or like the shirts and banners our resident artiste has made are fine. Items of a more personal nature including flowers, intimate cards, etc are not. You are a fan, not a potential love interest.

4. DO NOT conduct any business under the joshifans.com name or representation unless you have express permission from me and me alone.

5. DO NOT make any mentions of nude wrestling, wrestling "chicks for pay" or anything else that will paint this community in a negative light.

If you feel you cannot abide by any of these guidelines, joshifans.com must request that you refrain from mentioning this community in any form.

Furthermore, we are not held liable for any of your behavior, or the consequences of your behavior.

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1.  No negativity.  This is a supportive, fan run forum.  We can talk, respectfully and intelligently about things we disagree about, but we should not be constantly complaining for the sake of complaining.  JF.com has tried to do many positive things in the joshi community, and we still have plans to do more.  Don't ruin JF's image with needless negativity.

2.  Be respectful.  I'm really going to start enforcing this rule.  The rest of the mods have permission to enforce this and report back to me, in addition to recommending a temporary or perma-ban, based on the offense.

Be respectful to the workers.  They bust their asses for our entertainment.  I NEVER want to read about "she slept with so and so" on here.

Be respectful to each other.  We've had intelligent debate on here, and I love it.  There's no need to go into the mud.  Don't like someone?  Don't talk to them.  Simple.

As a side note.  There will be good-natured ribbing in the forums.  Try not to take offense at teasing that's not malicious.  I don't like feeling like a parent that constantly listens to a sibling whine about their brother or sister.  And if you're going to come complaining to me about other members' behavior, I sure as hell better not find out that you've been disrespectful to someone else or a worker.

3.  Any match trading must be done via pm's.  We will sticky a topic in the matches thread for vendors and their contact info.  Anything beyond that should be done via pm and at your own risk.

4.  Do not upload and post links to any SHIMMER, Chickfight or American indy promotion on the forums, especially if these promotions rely on dvd sales as their main income.  Same goes for wrestlers.  If anyone wants to see the matches, buy them.  They'll be listed on the vendor list.

These aren't overly harsh rules at all.  But I'm going to have to start enforcing them.  Thankfully, many of you are wonderfully productive members of this community and give us no problems at all.  Keep it up.

For those that choose not to follow the rules:

First offense will be a public notice warning.  You'll have a note in your profile.

Second offense is an automatic three-day ban.

Third offense will last for two weeks.

The fourth offense will result in a perma-ban.

The staff reserves the right to immediately issue a perma ban in extreme situations.

Conduct for members of joshifans.com when attending wrestling events.

1. Be respectful to any and all workers, ring officials, promoters and anyone involved with the production of the event you are attending.

2. Do not try to harass any such persons while you are in attendance. This also includes monopolizing their time during intermission when they could be selling merchandise or at after shows. Know that they usually charge for photos so if you DO get a free one from them at an after show, be grateful for it and DO NOT PUSH FOR MORE.

3. Bringing gifts can generally be acceptable AS LONG AS they are gifts of a general fan nature. Fan made items like wrestling scrapbooks, or like the shirts and banners our resident artiste has made are fine. Items of a more personal nature including flowers, intimate cards, etc are not. You are a fan, not a potential love interest.

4. DO NOT conduct any business under the joshifans.com name or representation unless you have express permission from me and me alone.

5. DO NOT make any mentions of nude wrestling, wrestling "chicks for pay" or anything else that will paint this community in a negative light.

If you feel you cannot abide by any of these guidelines, joshifans.com must request that you refrain from mentioning this community in any form.

Furthermore, we are not held liable for any of your behavior, or the consequences of your behavior.

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Glory Days / Forum Rules
« on: May 09, 2011, 01:58:25 PM »
1.  No negativity.  This is a supportive, fan run forum.  We can talk, respectfully and intelligently about things we disagree about, but we should not be constantly complaining for the sake of complaining.  JF.com has tried to do many positive things in the joshi community, and we still have plans to do more.  Don't ruin JF's image with needless negativity.

2.  Be respectful.  I'm really going to start enforcing this rule.  The rest of the mods have permission to enforce this and report back to me, in addition to recommending a temporary or perma-ban, based on the offense.

Be respectful to the workers.  They bust their asses for our entertainment.  I NEVER want to read about "she slept with so and so" on here.

Be respectful to each other.  We've had intelligent debate on here, and I love it.  There's no need to go into the mud.  Don't like someone?  Don't talk to them.  Simple.

As a side note.  There will be good-natured ribbing in the forums.  Try not to take offense at teasing that's not malicious.  I don't like feeling like a parent that constantly listens to a sibling whine about their brother or sister.  And if you're going to come complaining to me about other members' behavior, I sure as hell better not find out that you've been disrespectful to someone else or a worker.

3.  Any match trading must be done via pm's.  We will sticky a topic in the matches thread for vendors and their contact info.  Anything beyond that should be done via pm and at your own risk.

4.  Do not upload and post links to any SHIMMER, Chickfight or American indy promotion on the forums, especially if these promotions rely on dvd sales as their main income.  Same goes for wrestlers.  If anyone wants to see the matches, buy them.  They'll be listed on the vendor list.

These aren't overly harsh rules at all.  But I'm going to have to start enforcing them.  Thankfully, many of you are wonderfully productive members of this community and give us no problems at all.  Keep it up.

For those that choose not to follow the rules:

First offense will be a public notice warning.  You'll have a note in your profile.

Second offense is an automatic three-day ban.

Third offense will last for two weeks.

The fourth offense will result in a perma-ban.

The staff reserves the right to immediately issue a perma ban in extreme situations.

Conduct for members of joshifans.com when attending wrestling events.

1. Be respectful to any and all workers, ring officials, promoters and anyone involved with the production of the event you are attending.

2. Do not try to harass any such persons while you are in attendance. This also includes monopolizing their time during intermission when they could be selling merchandise or at after shows. Know that they usually charge for photos so if you DO get a free one from them at an after show, be grateful for it and DO NOT PUSH FOR MORE.

3. Bringing gifts can generally be acceptable AS LONG AS they are gifts of a general fan nature. Fan made items like wrestling scrapbooks, or like the shirts and banners our resident artiste has made are fine. Items of a more personal nature including flowers, intimate cards, etc are not. You are a fan, not a potential love interest.

4. DO NOT conduct any business under the joshifans.com name or representation unless you have express permission from me and me alone.

5. DO NOT make any mentions of nude wrestling, wrestling "chicks for pay" or anything else that will paint this community in a negative light.

If you feel you cannot abide by any of these guidelines, joshifans.com must request that you refrain from mentioning this community in any form.

Furthermore, we are not held liable for any of your behavior, or the consequences of your behavior.

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Wrestler Love / Chiemi Kitagami "Mirai"
« on: August 27, 2008, 10:45:45 AM »
We had a thread on the old forum so I'm restarting it over here since the memorial day is coming up.



Mirai was an up and coming young wrestler who died suddenly in a bathtub accident on September 7, 2005.  She was only 22.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Intro to Joshi Puroresu
« on: May 30, 2008, 08:34:53 AM »
Feedback appreciated.

Joshi.

To the average wrestling fan, (and I do mean average, ala Cena-shirt wearing cheap beer swilling fans at a WWE or TNA event) the word is probably understood as a misspelling of the ever-lovable green dino seen in the Mario Brotherís universe, Yoshi.

And I donít blame them.  Joshi, or more properly called Joshi Puroresu is an extremely small niche market of professional wrestling.  Itís the female equivalent of puroresu, Japanese pro wrestling.  Again, to the average fan, this means zilch.  RoH and other indy fans may be more familiar with ďprowresĒ due to Japanese wrestlers such as KENTA and Jado and Gedo appearing in RoH, etc.  A WWE or TNA viewer with an attention span longer than that of a goldfish may actually even remember a few men that graced the big E.  Ultimo Dragon.  Jushin Lyger.  Anyone remember Tajiri?  Thatís right kiddles, heís prowres too.

But the main point is that the average Joe Blow on the street has no idea.  Japanese professional wrestling took a different fork in the road compared to the E a few decades ago.  Whereas the WWE focused on family entertainment, nay, sports entertainment, prowres focused on workrate.  Part of it is simply culture.  In Japan, wrestling is considered more of a serious competition and not as a soap opera on crack.  Itís characterized by stiff strikes, hard hits and big risks.  Promotions such as NJPW, NOAH and Dragon Gate can draw major numbers.

But these are the menís promotions.  Japan has something that the US and Mexico do not.  Established and respected womenís promotions.  Sure Mexico has luchadoras, and theyíre respected.  But do they have their own promotions to star in and not constantly share a card with the menfolk?  Nope.  The US has started to bring womenís wrestling up as more than a Sportís Illustrated fantasy.  Promotions like SHIMMER exist that are strictly for women.  But shows arenít held regularly and recognition is low.  Sure, TNA is making great strides towards building up their Knockouts division.  WWE is starting to go there again too.

But Japanís been doing it for decades.  Not only has it been established, but women are allowed to do anything the men do and some are minor celebrities in their own right.  The late 80ís tag team of the Crush Girls rivaled popularity of Hulk frigginí Hogan.  Yah.

But the thing to stick out about joshi puroresu is this.  These women are batshit crazy Ramboettes on crack.  Yes, there are a few ďidolĒ wrestlers in the mix, pretty women who garner a lot of media attention, but most of the idol women are just as tough as the rest of the crew, some even compete successfully in womenís MMA.

Now Iím sure youíre thinking ďKori, how crazy could womenís wrestlers get?  Sure TNA has them doing some neato moves, but compared to the men, itís pretty tame.Ē

Iím glad you asked.

Once of the ďIWCísĒ (existing or not) jack-off moves seems to be Gregory Helmís Vertebreaker.  Also used by Homicide, known as the Cop Killa.  The move was invented by joshi wrestler Megumi Kudo, originally called the Kudo Driver, or Kudome Valentine.  Kudo herself, while retired, is still revered as one of the reigning queenís of hardcore wrestling.  Iím not talking about that garbage you see in the US indies (no disrespect to US indy fans) but psychologically planned out matches that at times could rival Flair.  Explosive barbed wire?  Check.  Glass?  Check.  Opponent lighting you on fire?  Check.  At her height, she was also the top draw of her promotion, one mainly run by and staring men.

But letís go back to the crazy part.  Sure one wrestler can be crazy, that doesnít mean they all are.  But let me give you an example.

Another well known wrestler amongst the joshi fans is Akira Hokuto.  Miss Hokuto is a walking mummy having broken multiple bones, multiple times.  Including her neck.  One instance of her neck breaking came from an opponent piledriving her from the top of the turnbuckles onto the mat.  Yes folks, a jumping piledriver.  Not surprisingly, it didnít end well.  Hokuto, however, finished the rest of the match that ran several more minutes, going full throttle.

Joshi is filled with tables, chairshots, high-risk moves, suplexes and submissions of every variety known to man.  These women are well-respected by their peers, and rightfully so.  Going back to Hokuto, thereís an old story back when she had a brief stint in WCW fighting Alundra Blayze.  A male wrestler decided to pull a prank on her luggage.  Hokuta found out and the rest of the men quickly told her who the perpetrator was.  Story goes she locked him in a room with her and those on the other side could hear him pleading with her ďNot the face!Ē 

These women take crap from no one.  They are beer-swilling, cigarette smoking hard asses.  They train for YEARS before performing.  Training is a modern day example of old Sparta.  Train you, beat you to toughen you up, train you some more, dropkick you square in the face if you screw up, busting your lip WIDE open, train and train and train.  You LIVE in the little dorm and garage/gym area while you train.  Itís all consuming.  These women BENCHPRESS while in a bridge position.

Some of them arenít pretty by any means.  Some of them will set your gaydar off with bells and whistles.  Some of them look so cute you want to go up and pinch their cheeks.  But they all have one thing in common.  They can kick your ass 10 ways to Sunday, without breaking a sweat and probably with hands tied behind their backs.

Now Iím not trying to make the case that ALL womenís wrestling has to be exactly like joshi.  There are different styles for different reasons and thatís what makes the world a better place and blah blah blahbitycakes.  But if youíre in the market to try something new, something different than what youíve seen, give joshi a whirl.  You might like it.  And for the female Samoa Joe currently gracing TNA, Awesome Kong.  Homegirl wrestled joshi too.  Just a little FYI.

For anyone interested in more information check out the online joshi community at www.joshifans.com

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Non-Joshi Talk / Ask a wrestler
« on: May 19, 2008, 09:02:28 AM »
Okay.  I can't handle this anymore.

We have members on this forum that are currently or have in the past actively wrestled and have a good handle on psychology, crowds, what is ACTUALLY FEASIBLE and makes sense.

If some of these folks would be so inclined, (I'll participate as well) I would like this space to be available for the "want-to-wrestle" group to ask questions.

It's great that you want to wrestle.  But some of y'all really need to learn what's actually viable...

This is also open to the members on here that have been involved with wrestling to a great degree and either know wrestlers, worked for promotions, etc.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Joshi Wiki is up and running
« on: May 02, 2008, 10:07:16 AM »
Max or I will smooth it out a bit over the next weeks.  But for now, here we are.

http://joshifans.com/jtwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome

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Wrestler Love / Bizarre incidents involving joshi wrestlers
« on: April 29, 2008, 08:40:25 AM »
Should be an interesting discussion.  What stories, good or bad, do we know about these ladies?

Fuuka's attempted molester being kicked in the nuts.  And then her getting him arrested later.

AKINO getting a broken nose from a rugby player after stepping in to help some girls the players had been hitting on/harrassing.

Ai Fujita's transformation to kogal.

What have you folks heard?

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Non-Joshi Talk / King of the Ring
« on: April 22, 2008, 08:27:56 AM »
So last night's KoTR was "interesting."  But it also had me thinking.  Based on what the tournament was intended to be, the beginnings of a big push for midcarders to upper midcarders, who would you have booked in the tournament, and who would you crown as KoTR.  You can't book more than 12 workers.  Must be from ECW, RAW and SD!

As for mine, based off the 12 man bracket

First bracket

Matt Hardy v. Ken Kennedy
Chris Jericho v. John Morrison
Shelton Benjamin v. Finlay

Second bracket

CM Punk v. The Miz
MVP v. Kofi Kingston
Umaga v. Elijah Burke

Results of the first round:

Kennedy over Hardy due to interference from MVP. 
Jericho over Morrison via Walls of Jericho
Shelton Benjamin over Finlay, Shelton pins using the ropes as leverage.

Punk over Miz with the GTS
MVP over Kingston via Playmaker
Umaga over Burke via Samoan Spike

My versions differs slightly, with the semi-finals both being triple threat, elimination matches.  Love it or leave it, fine by me.

Jericho v. Shelton v. Kennedy:  Kennedy wins after Jericho eliminated Shelton.

MVP v. CM Punk v. Umaga:  CM Punk wins, Matt Hardy interferes allowing Punk to hit the GTS.  Punk and MVP teamed to eliminate Umaga first.  Hardy's interference furthers their fued.

Finals:

Ken Kennedy v. CM Punk.  Kennedy wins.

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To any of you interested in ordering wrestling to watch, this will be the thread with all the info.  Any match trading should be done via pm and will be at the parties' own risk.  Joshifans will not be responsible should said parties find themselves in copyright doodoo.  We'll add to the list as we find more venues.

Chickfight TV
http://www.chickfight.tv/

SHIMMER Women Athletes
http://www.visuex.com/shimmer/

Clickwrestle
http://www.clickwrestle.com/

Individuals

Lynch

PUNQ

GoldenBoy

I'll have their emails listed shortly.

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Non-Joshi Talk / European/Pure Women's Wrestling
« on: March 26, 2008, 12:59:13 PM »
I'm starting two new threads.  JF.com is a place for all of women's wrestling (we just specialize in TEH JOSHI!) and I've noticed a major lack of discussion.

There are a lot of great European women's wrestlers that deserve some talk too!  Plus I find their wrestling style fascinating.  (My own wrestling style is a hybrid of European/Puro.)

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Non-Joshi Talk / Luchadoras
« on: March 26, 2008, 12:56:25 PM »
I'm starting two new threads.  JF.com is a place for all of women's wrestling (we just specialize in TEH JOSHI!) and I've noticed a major lack of discussion.

We can't leave out the Lucha Ladies!

Now discuss.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Moderator positions open
« on: March 14, 2008, 01:01:50 PM »
Daman and Oni do a great job as global mods.  So great that I'm going to give them underlings.

This forum is still expanding at a fast rate (we're working towards 17,000 posts now and have well over 200 members) and it can be daunting to have four people oversee everything.  (Sorry Knucks, just haven't seen you around though I know you've been busy.)

Max does pretty well with modding the NJ section and Oni and Chris do good backup too. 

But Chris and Oni also mod the rest of the sections and it's still a big job.

So we have positions open in the matches, wrestler love and modern joshi sections.  It will be a regular mod position, with the member in charge of just that forum, but answering to Oni, Chris, Max or myself.

Post on here if you're interested.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Joshifans celebrates first year of existence
« on: March 14, 2008, 09:34:43 AM »
Guess what folks?

Sunday, March 16 2008 marks the first year anniversary of Joshifans.  Some of you may remember how we started.  Back on SSS forums a small group was requesting that the forum open a section for joshipuro.  It wasn't being met with good results.

Someone suggested opening a forum just for joshi to see if it went well, and then they'd maybe think about adding a section for joshi on SSS.

Well, I opened a forum. 

One year, 26,000 posts and 200+ members later, we're still here and this place has grown more than I EVER expected it to.

So thanks to everyone who's helped this place grow.  I'm proud to see a gathering place for the joshi fans of the world growing and existing.

Over the year we've been pretty active and have done the following:

-Moved to a new site and opened newer, better forums.
-Organized fundraising info for injured wrestlers.
-Actively sent cards to injured wrestlers
-Created WTTS (which only had one issue, but I've got plans for that that I'll be unveiling soon)

Here's what I want to happen in 2008 as we continue to grow:
-Get the Joshi Hall of Fame back up and running.  Didn't quite get off the ground our first try.  So I've retooled and we're going to try, try again.
-Get WTTS up and running again.  I pretty much did the first issue single-handedly.  Now we have the manpower to try again, with more writers.
-Get the Joshifans review team up and going. 

So, what do you want to see for this year?

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Non-Joshi Talk / Need a little help
« on: February 11, 2008, 06:52:57 PM »
First off, yes, I'm still alive.

Secondly, I need a little help.  V-Day is Thursday and I've been trying to make Trin a cd.

The problem is that I either can't find the songs on zune/itunes and can only see them on youtube and that I've expended my music budget.

If anyone could help me out, I'd great appreciate it.  I leave to go see her Wed. so I only have one day left.   *stress

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Non-Joshi Talk / Usavich
« on: January 04, 2008, 01:50:17 PM »
My new favorite online series.  Chock full of Japanese cracked-out fun!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhbr9XpRnAc

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Non-Joshi Talk / Sara Del Rey
« on: December 26, 2007, 05:22:14 PM »
If you haven't read it by now, here's the short story.  One of the members of the forum posted many SHIMMER matches and a good portion of Sara Del Rey's Best of Japan DVD.  This was brought to Sara's attention who then brought it to Dave Prazak's attention.

The matches have been removed.

However, there is the matter of what could be damages.  Obviously, as this is MY forum and I pay for it and I neglected to read every single thread in the matches section, I'm potentially in big doo doo should they decide to do anything.

If anyone wishes to set something up for Sara, throw your ideas out here, as she was the primary person to lose out on potential earnings.  This will be updated as I found out more.

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Wrestler Love / Finishers
« on: December 20, 2007, 07:20:09 AM »
Moving beyond blind adoration for wrestlers, let's discuss the finishers used in joshi.

Realistically, which actually cause the most damage, which look the coolest and which just leave you scratching your head and going "huh?"

Discuss.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Group Project Time!
« on: November 21, 2007, 08:00:37 AM »
 *pwease

Okay, even though I can't seem to get the ftp access to plug in info to the main web site on my own, I do want to get content ready for the person I beg and plead to help me.

So.

We have an about us section on the site and I would like to get something on there.  But I'll feel like a gloathog if I write it.

Here's where all of you come in.  Come up with some ideas, brainstorm, write some things up.  We're a community so we can all have some say as to what we're about.

Now get to work.

*whee

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Non-Joshi Talk / EVERYONE READ
« on: November 15, 2007, 02:58:47 PM »
I am fast becoming disappointed with the direction the forum attitude is taking.  This place didnít have a problem with staying positive, but Iím seeing an ALARMING swing of negativity, disrespect towards the wrestlers and other members.

I will  not have this on my site, or forum.  Being snarky is okay from time to time, but it IS NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY.

This place was built for the people who were tired of the constant negativity to come and get away from it and speak positively about the scene and what they enjoyed.

Do not think I will hesitate to shut this place down if this attitude does not change.   We had fun when were being positive, and we know we can do it without all this excess crap.  I myself will set an example by dropping the Matsuo bit (since it seems my one dislike is often referred to as justification for attitudes.)

Thank you for your concern to this matter.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Who the heck am I talking to???
« on: November 13, 2007, 06:53:45 PM »
Yea, a little birdy gave me the idea.

We need a photo thread for those who would like to participate, so we can put a face to the name of the folks we're talking to.  I'll kick it off, but remember, nobody is obligated to post their photo, this is just for fun.

NO INSULTING OF OTHER MEMBERS WILL BE TOLERATED.  YOU'LL RECEIVE A MANDATORY THREE DAY VACATION.


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Non-Joshi Talk / Moderators
« on: October 25, 2007, 09:45:22 AM »
Due to recent events, the moderator positions will be going under review.

I will be opening another slot for moderator as well.

If you are interested, pm me.

The current moderators will be hearing from me shortly, I STRONGLY urge all of you to respond.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Joshifans.com now up and running!
« on: October 17, 2007, 07:40:24 AM »
It's up guys.  I'll be plugging in the rest of the info over this week, including our super-special project.

If anyone else knows of joshi or puro-related links, let me know, I'll see about adding them to our links section.

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Non-Joshi Talk / Change the forum links
« on: October 08, 2007, 06:22:28 AM »
Anyone who still has the url linking to the old forums, please update them to the new site.

We still have people registering under the proboards forum.

Thanks for your cooperation!

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Wrestler Love / AKINO
« on: October 04, 2007, 09:37:04 PM »
Courtesy of luckycleareyes

AKINO

Easy money. Even ROH fans would pop for AKINO vs. AmDrag..

She's great for showing the girls interested in wrestling that athleticism will bring you along.

Rei will be the 2nd AKINO then most of these girls...

Lots of pro coaches say it all the time - "you can't teach that."

Theses coaches mean speed, athleticism, being 6'1"... etc..

When I read Cheerleader Melissa say AKINO is what made her a fan, well that's it. She propagated the artform...

I bet if you asked Del Ray, Haze, Martinez about AKINO they'd all pop.


And here's new parent AKINO



Kitten's first solid food




And Kitten falling asleep after eating again.

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