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  1. Deadpan Scientist is offline

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    Don't take that **** from a newbie Richie!
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    Originally posted by Beatdown Richie
    The analogy between the piano and the violin is an interesting one. It should be pointed out that the learning curve on the piano does not stop, that you can play stuff on pianos that is way more complex than anything conceivably playable on a violin, and that the vast majority of the great composers used a piano (or whatever keyboard instrument they had at the time) to compose their stuff (probably including their violin pieces).
    it should be pointed out that beatdownrichie is gay.
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    Originally posted by Jenfucius
    it should be pointed out that beatdownrichie is gay.
    You would know that, now wouldn´t you?
    That civilisation may not sink,
    Its great battle lost,
    Quiet the dog, tether the pony
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    Our master Caesar is in the tent
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  5. Beatdown Richie is online now
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    LOL at how this thread completely derailed... that's what people get for starting threads about internal arts.
    There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
  6. Osu is offline

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    Yeh, I think this thread never stood much of a chance to become serious concerning the replies. LOL
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    Re: Re: Nizz0b Intro: Liu Ho Pa Fa

    Originally posted by WingChun Lawyer
    You mean i-chuan guard? Could you talk more about i-chuan? I am curious about that style.
    I don't know a lot abut it, actually. What I do know is that traditional Xingyi uses a guard, San Ti, that is very centerline-protected and vulnerable to hooking, headbooting, and whatnot. Our system uses the I-chaun guard, which is roughly similar to a boxing guard, but with the weight ~ 70% on the back foot (cat stance) and no bouncing around on the toes.

    Yes, we tuck in the chin. :D

    Oh, and obviously even the worst pianist could defeat the best violin stylist in the world. But if you're really into duelling, I recommend the banjo!

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  8. Beatdown Richie is online now
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    > But if you're really into duelling, I recommend the banjo!
    For sheer KO power, nothing beats a solid piano to the head :)
    There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
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    ACME Anvil > piano
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    hey I started out standing in place and breathing thru my stomache till I ripped ass too...get into the wrasslin and you'll find it lends you good balance and rootedness...and being deathly relaxed can't hurt much either.

    welcome to Bullshido
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