Nah, I'll just sit here laughing at you instead. Get back to me when you actually have 32 years experience instead of 1 year repeated 32 times.Quote:
And if you want to address the issue of name calling, fucktard, who was the one proclaiming we were whiners? Want to argue the degree of rudeness? What about "Speaking out of ignorance" when my statement wasn't ignorant in any sense of the word. I have 32 years of training with several blackbelts including 2 different systems of TKD. Want to whip out your e dick an do some comparison?
That's right, go sit in the corner and suck on that one.
Better yet, don't bother. I've got better things to do with my time than listen to some jerk spouting ignorance. It's been rather like watching the antics in the monkey house, including the shitslinging.
Speaking of shitslinging,
Where's your proof that doing a dance performance in front of some judges has any bearing on a person's ability to perform in combat?
Because really, I'm sure the USMC would be interested in replacing their live-fire drills with episodes of Dancing with the Stars.
But seriously, speaking from 10 years with the ATA...Balrog, I think the notion that pressure while being judged doing a form in any way relates to the pressure while someone wants to punch you in the face* is a bit silly.
*Note this doesn't apply to ATA sparring because there's no punching in the face, hence different pressure again.
Now you're just being a coward. I did speak incorrectly though. ATA doesn't cause retardation, it attracts those with very little moral, spiritual and intellectual attributes. Thank you for playing your game child now go play dance dance revolution which seems to be suited to your skill level.:owneddanc
Actions have consequences. In this case, it was a minor consequence: the student has to repeat a testing cycle. As opposed to the student spends 10 days in a hospital - or worse. Hopefully, the individual will learn from it and progress..
My point was that if they couldn't handle that low level of stress and perform a simple form, how the heck are they going to perform under major stress with somebody thumping on them? You seem to have totally missed that point.
Thank you for supporting my point of view.
One of these days, you may learn that ad hominem attacks like this are an open admission that what was said or posted was accurate and correct; you can't refute what was said so you respond with a personal attack against whomever said it.
It's also a sterling example of rudeness and total lack of courtesy, both of which indicate defective areas in someone's training that need to be fixed, and it's just one more example of how far this site has degenerated into nothing but a name-calling. dick-waving troll hangout.
I haven't responded to it because your question is meaningless.
Just like you, I provided nothing to back my assertions and I was equally dismissive of your opinion. I provided zero subtext, context, or information regarding what I found wrong.Quote:
Nah, I'll just sit here laughing at you instead. Get back to me when you actually have 32 years experience instead of 1 year repeated 32 times.
Okay now what was your comment again?
Now, I did it on purpose to prove a point. What is your excuse?Quote:
you have spoken and that decides all.
So, you being to dense to see I'm following your line of reasoning makes me arrogant?
Well, we know what that definitively states about you and your actions.
Oh and while we are casting aspersions on other people and their character, you want to explain why you have two accounts?
No, you are the guy who has 1 year of experience multiplied 32 times. Obviously, your two ranks in different orgs and the ATA FAQ mean nothing.