Thread: Shou Shu; any redeeming factors?
7/23/2012 6:00pm, #231Beginners MindGuest
7/23/2012 6:00pm, #232
This is actually addressed in Bullshidoka Arguments #1 and 2.
Bullshidoka Argument #1 - Demanding that we train with or under the subject of the investigation before we make any conclusions about his claims.
Counter - An experienced martial artist can make reasonable judgments about someone else's level of skill or expertise. Although first hand experience is effective, informed judgments can be drawn from video clips and other media. This may not stand alone as conclusive proof of anything, but it can be a factor that raises the red flag of bullshido.
Bullshidoka Argument #2 - Questioning the ability of posters here to make informed judgments.
Counter - Similar to the counter for argument #1. The presence of skilled practioners of a variety of styles is one of Bullshido.net's greatest assests. That said, you don't have to be able to sing to identify someone who can't (American Idol, anyone?).
Read more at http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...H1zDyUMSkYc.99
7/23/2012 6:05pm, #233Beginners MindGuest
7/23/2012 6:06pm, #234
Answer the question.
He never said that.
7/23/2012 6:08pm, #235Beginners MindGuest
7/23/2012 6:11pm, #236Beginners MindGuest
7/23/2012 6:11pm, #237
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7/23/2012 6:17pm, #238
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You had a very specific example in your post. Where are you using those natural reactions?
7/23/2012 6:17pm, #239
I even said so in my other post.
Try to keep up.
Wayyy too complicated for an internet forum. You don't use the natural reactions of the human body to your advantage in your arts?
It's a simple question.
This thread is about SS, not any other arts.
Don't change the subject.
7/23/2012 6:19pm, #240