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I have some extra Java Moss. Its about a golf ball/ping pong ball size. But you will have to work first. The first person to post the 5 kung fu styles that comprise the title of the classic kung-fu flick, The Five Deadly Venoms, gets the moss for free.

Offer valid in the 48 contiguous states only.

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Scorpion, Snake, Centipede, Gecko/Lizard, and Toad

Aww darn I got beat :p

Number 1: Centipede Wriggly and quick, this style is a nice blend of defensive and offensive posturing. The strikes are so fast that it is almost as if he has a hundred arms and legs.

Number 2: Snake The snake represents a double threat! On one hand: the mouth, venomous fangs emulated in precise fingular motor control. On the other: the stinging whip of a rattling tail. Masters of this ability can even fight extremely well while laying on their back from the floor.

Number 3: Scorpion Kicks from the Scorpion style are just like the stinging tail of the namesake. When delivered by a master, a single kick can paralyze or even kill, let alone the strong pincer-style attack of the arms to contend with.

Number 4: Lizard An emphasis on speed and gravity, the Lizard style is best known for the ability to walk on walls, and can fight with ease from such positions.

Number 5: Toad Toads don't do much, but they are tough. That is the essence of this style, a primarily defensive pose. The Toad is invincible to just about any form of attack, including blades and puncture. They can even bend solid metal.
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