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    How to defend your teacher

    Wanted to post this for ages and now's the time. Why do so many people try and defend your teacher when:

    a) You don't know **** about your art or your teacher?
    b) You don't know **** about martial arts other than anime?
    c) You don't know how to construct a logical argument?

    Example (made up but not too far off previous threads):

    Person A) "My daddy's a ninja".
    Person B) "No he's not - he's never even been to Japan".
    Person A) "Here's his passport - see, he went there last week".
    Bullies) "That doesn't prove he's a ninja".
    Person C) "Hey, I train with daddy. He's the real deal. See, you've got proof".
    Bullies) "That's not proof he's a ninja".
    Person C) "But his cock tastes so good, he must be teh realz".

    (Apologies for using paragraphs and punctuation)

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    1/10.

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    walloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftext walloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftext walloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftextwalloftext walloftextwalloftext

    /ragequit

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    This feels kind of disjointed, did I miss another thread? Has this been culled from something!?

    Traversnz, need more back story ;p.

    Factual Bullshido arguments and their rebuttals: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=52223 :D
    Daniel: I don't know if I know enough karate.

    Miyagi: Feeling correct.

    Daniel: You sure know how to make a guy feel confident.

    Miyagi: You trust the quality of what you know, not quantity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Miyagi View Post
    This feels kind of disjointed, did I miss another thread? Has this been culled from something!?

    Traversnz, need more back story ;p.

    Factual Bullshido arguments and their rebuttals: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=52223 :D
    Thanks Mr Miyagi. Not culled from anything, just a general observation of what I've been reading lately inNewbietown / YMAS. This site has the best put-downs, and is like one of those "insult a day" desk calendars. Just after some more, I guess.

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    Because people choose to justify their own past decisions.

    See also the review portion of this site, in which almost every new member who puts up a review hands out 9s and 10s to his or her own brand new school that they're oh-so-excited about (then cue lengthy thread about adjusting the numbers downward).

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    Bah, all you have to do is invite people to your dojo to SEE FOR YOURSELF, that Sensei X is THE REAL DEAL and let them know that you will be on the sidelines enjoying LULZ as Sensei X schools them with groin shots, eye gouges and neck breaks. That's how you defend your teacher son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traversnz View Post
    Wanted to post this for ages and now's the time. Why do so many people try and defend your teacher when:

    a) You don't know **** about your art or your teacher?
    b) You don't know **** about martial arts other than anime?
    c) You don't know how to construct a logical argument?

    Example (made up but not too far off previous threads):

    Person A) "My daddy's a ninja".
    Person B) "No he's not - he's never even been to Japan".
    Person A) "Here's his passport - see, he went there last week".
    Bullies) "That doesn't prove he's a ninja".
    Person C) "Hey, I train with daddy. He's the real deal. See, you've got proof".
    Bullies) "That's not proof he's a ninja".
    Person C) "But his cock tastes so good, he must be teh realz".

    (Apologies for using paragraphs and punctuation)
    Coming from the guy doing Aikido and Kendo? This is amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traversnz View Post
    Wanted to post this for ages and now's the time. Why do so many people try and defend your teacher when:

    a) You don't know **** about your art or your teacher?
    b) You don't know **** about martial arts other than anime?
    c) You don't know how to construct a logical argument?

    Example (made up but not too far off previous threads):

    Person A) "My daddy's a ninja".
    Person B) "No he's not - he's never even been to Japan".
    Person A) "Here's his passport - see, he went there last week".
    Bullies) "That doesn't prove he's a ninja".
    Person C) "Hey, I train with daddy. He's the real deal. See, you've got proof".
    Bullies) "That's not proof he's a ninja".
    Person C) "But his cock tastes so good, he must be teh realz".

    (Apologies for using paragraphs and punctuation)

    I'm about 93% sure that your teacher is a *****.

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    If anyone's confused, he's talking about guys like this:

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=118195

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