Seems that the basic premises of most modern day TMA (read: bullshidofied MA) are:
1 - Attackers are lobotomised.
2 - They are made out of porcelain.
3 - Practicioner is superman.
With these in effect, I don't see the problem...
4) Can only move one limb per attack.
I'm concerned about the general lack of defnse against the said rhinoceros (or is it rhinoceri). I think the worst part is that someone somewhere who knows nothing about SD will use that technique expecting it to work.
I'd say most bullshid-afied TMA requires you to either be superman or add flares like a magician at a 10 year old's birthday party.
That's weak. My master taught me to just explode the guy's face with a kick to his shin the second he looks at me.
So wait, towards the end this guy has been knocked unconcious and had his heart and lungs rendered none functional, and yet this girl still thought it was nescasary to break his arm and shatter his knee?
What a fucking bitch.
kickboxing is considered a TMA?Quote:
Originally Posted by Das Moose
It's a coup de grace for when he comes back from the dead due to magic powers/mutant DNA/viral infection.Quote:
Originally Posted by Lu Tze
Can't be TOO careful.
No. See, the kickboxer landed some shots that most TMAists would consider KOs (or at least that's their answer to "what would you do if you were in this guy's guard?"). I'm sure that's what he's getting at.Quote:
Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
If this wasn't full contact, then I don't see what the point is, however...
Well bduuh... There's a reason why Phil teaches self defense against zombies...Quote:
Originally Posted by JKDChick