Posted On:8/02/2012 4:02am
Style: TKD, CMA & American Kenpo
Last edited by slamdunc; 8/02/2012 4:09am at .
Posted On:8/02/2012 9:25pm
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
though actually that's all I could find that is close to Pretty Ella Arkansas by Adrienne Young off of Blue Sky Bridge, a Colorado advacy fund raiser cd for abused children.
"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
Posted On:8/02/2012 10:27pm
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
Originally Posted by Mr. Machette
Ups to Battlefields for dropping the sage wisdom.
You are like a Pimp Yoda.
Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit
Battlefields... You're more of a man than I am.
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:8/03/2012 12:40am
Posted On:8/03/2012 3:32am
The tale (North Hollywood bank robbery & shoot-out) that inspired this song is an amazing story of survival and courage.
Posted On:8/04/2012 12:09am
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Posted On:8/04/2012 12:02pm
Posted On:8/04/2012 1:51pm
Posted On:8/05/2012 6:41am
Style: Trad Ju Jitsu
One for Boby.
1971. The Marquee. Jagger, Richards, Wyman, Charlie + Mick Taylor. Great Sax. Tight playing. Superb performance in THE small club in Old London Town. Enjoy.
Last edited by Eddie Hardon; 8/05/2012 6:43am at .
Reason: URL fell off.
Posted On:8/05/2012 7:13am
Considered in the abstract the boxing ring is an altar of sorts, one of those legendary spaces where the laws of a nation are suspended: inside the ropes, during an officially regulated three-minute round, a man may be killed by his opponent's hands but he cannot be legally murdered. Boxing inhabits a sacred space predating civilization; or, to use D.H. Lawrence's phrase, before God was love. If it suggests a savage ceremony or a rite of atonement it also suggests the futility of such gestures. For what possible atonement is the fight waged if it must shortly be waged again... and again? The boxing match is the very image, the more terrifying for being so stylized, of mankind's collective aggression; its ongoing historical madness.
Joyce Carol Oates, On Boxing
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