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    No problem at all. We all have our days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4n4n
    You never played Super streetfighter I/II (turbo) did you?!
    ...sorry to ruin the discussion here, but isn't it Hadouken?
    Speaking of sequences, here was from a crappy stickfighting drill before I learned real escrima ones:

    "If they don't let go (of their weapon) initially, step forward and jam (J-J-JAM IT IN!) the butt side of your stick into their nose. That will break their nose / cause them to be teary-eyed, and they will HAVE to let go"...

    And that was it. If they don't, well... don't think about it 'cause that would never happen.
    That's about as effective as saying 'Throw a Hadouken, and when they jump, Shoryuken!'

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    Having read 23 strait pages of this thread in one sitting, I have determined one thing, If I ever fight someone from TKD, I will throw a hammer fist at their head and when they throw an upper x block, I will kick them in the nuts or ribs. They seriously teach that? An upper x block? WTH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KITAmaru
    "If they don't let go (of their weapon) initially, step forward and jam (J-J-JAM IT IN!) the butt side of your stick into their nose. That will break their nose / cause them to be teary-eyed, and they will HAVE to let go"...

    And that was it. If they don't, well... don't think about it 'cause that would never happen.
    From where I'm sitting, it looks pretty solid if you've already got a hold of their stick. Did it never occur to you to just hit them in the nose again, or bash them about in any of the other ways sticks are so good for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarlock
    Having read 23 strait pages of this thread in one sitting, I have determined one thing, If I ever fight someone from TKD, I will throw a hammer fist at their head and when they throw an upper x block, I will kick them in the nuts or ribs. They seriously teach that? An upper x block? WTH?
    *slaps xarlock*
    You will never get in range in order to throw a hammer fist. And even if, we only use X blocks for upward kicks to the groin and stomach area. :fist:

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    At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4n4n
    *slaps xarlock*
    You will never get in range in order to throw a hammer fist. And even if, we only use X blocks for upward kicks to the groin and stomach area. :fist:

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    it can be hookz and jab and cross tiem nao plox?

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    Jesus, that was a lot...
    worst technique I've been taught so far...ear clapping...I guess it would work...seems fucked up to do to somebody...like a cheap shot...plus, you need to be real close...frankly, all techniques/forms suck...the reality of battle is messy and has no form...a good move is one that allows you to escape with your life and leaves your enemy in a pool of blood...

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    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr
    Jesus, that was a lot...
    worst technique I've been taught so far...ear clapping...I guess it would work...seems fucked up to do to somebody...like a cheap shot...plus, you need to be real close...frankly, all techniques/forms suck...the reality of battle is messy and has no form...a good move is one that allows you to escape with your life and leaves your enemy in a pool of blood...
    Attention:
    Please don't talk about "pools of blood".

    Ellipses are not a valid method for ending one sentence and starting another.

    That concludes this public service announcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr
    ...a good move is one that allows you to escape with your life and leaves your enemy in a pool of blood...
    Like the ones you learn in aikido?

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    To 1point2:
    Yes Sir! No more talk of pools of blood. Further, I'm unsure of what ellipses are but I can deduce...

    to Razamataz:
    No sir, not like the ones I learned in aikido...the ones I learned in the Marine Corps

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