4/01/2011 9:35am, #11
Thank you for the night school recommendation, I actually have a Master's degree and have taught college classes, so my reading comprehension is at least average...which is more than I can say for you as you can't even recall what YOU wrote.
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4/01/2011 9:36am, #12
4/01/2011 1:55pm, #13
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what was it you said?
4/01/2011 2:44pm, #14
4/01/2011 2:46pm, #15
Southpaw gave you good advice. You should stop spazzing out for a minute and read it again.
You will be better off training than not training. For your specific goals, since they don't seem to involve learning how to actually fight, then training in one random chinese based MA is probably as good as any other. So find one near you that is the most enjoyable and start in that.
4/01/2011 3:14pm, #16
You've got big internet muscles.
It sounds like you might be new to message boards so let me give you some insight. In your original post you questioned the compatibility of three martial arts with regards to self defense.
In any case, it sounds like you are much more interested in verbal intercourse than you are in actually getting your (I'm guessing w/ a high likelihood of accuracy) overweight ass to a gym and actually start training.
Every minute you spend acting tough in front of your computer is another minute you are not out looking for a place to train. A simple Google search for Brisbane Australia martial arts pulls up no less than 75 unique locations. Your time would be better spent finding a place to train than getting into an online pissing match w/ a person in Raleigh, North Carolina.
4/01/2011 11:01pm, #17
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i consider the self defense side of things irrelevant and unavoidable since i live in an area populated by indigenous racists who want to hurt whitey at every opportunity, i did tkd for around 4 years when i was a kid* and despite the bad rep it gets it is effective if you use it right, though perhaps only against untrained and intoxicated opponents.
i was merely wanting to know which ones wouldn't clash if i did end up using them in a fight, which to be honest is more likely than not. i do however, want to learn baji over other arts because of its form. apologies for confusion.
*note it has been roughly 11 years since i had any tkd instruction so i don't have any form, just decent flexibility, speed and power in my legs. i am not concerned with that perverting baji*
4/01/2011 11:11pm, #18
Wait, so are you saying you DO need an art that will serve you well in frequent physical altercations? I'm very confused now...
4/01/2011 11:19pm, #19
Semantics refers to the meaning of words. I quoted your post to change the meaning, that's called semantics, which doesn't have anything to do with actually using a different word.
As to your ego comment? Hahaha this coming from the guy calling people retarded because he got his feelings hurt. Your ego has you talking **** over the net, not listening to anything anyone said and whining about racism.
4/01/2011 11:34pm, #20
Luckily for the rest of us, no martial art is proof against the righteous boomerang of indigenous justice.