Posted On:10/19/2011 12:56am
Style: bjj, sca
I don't know where to start with this story.
It seems that every so often you hear about some "martial arts expert" going a little too far with his/her/its martial arts hobby/lifestyle with their family.
Please do not assume that this person (whom I suspect is in the SCA due to the badge of a large, multi-kingdom household) is typical of fighter in the SCA. I suppose every martial art has the occasional oddball like this. Should this guy be investigated to be the latest "douchebag of the month"?
Posted On:10/19/2011 3:28am
Posted On:10/19/2011 1:34pm
Originally Posted by captain zorikh
I suppose every martial art has the occasional oddball like this.
Some more than others, but I think if Bullshido has proved anything, it has proved this.
No, I don't (necessarily) think he is typical of SCA. Although after many years around what might be regarded as "fringe" groups, I do suspect SCA has a larger share of generic oddballs than many groups.
"Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats." -- H.L. Mencken
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