4/29/2013 10:29am, #11
And like anything on the net we can all profess to be something we are not...whether skilled, knowledgeable or whatever. Personal opinions run most of what anyone would say about their style or another. Simple logic mate.
4/29/2013 10:36am, #12
4/29/2013 10:38am, #13
Looks like I have already acquired some fans here. :P I am opinionated when i see what is obvious arrogance or ignorance and will explain always what I am talking about rather than just taking schoolyard shots at people I disagree with.
I have some experience in martial arts, respect all whether I think they are effective or not. I also respect any martial artists who knows that he does not know it all and that his style is not invincible.
Over 2 decades of personal study via talking, reading etc and some training in a couple of styles.
So don't take my apparent lack of dojo time to mean a lack of experience or knowledge. Good thing about my having Asperger's. When you have an interest in something it becomes very much your life. And martial arts is my main interest. :)
4/29/2013 10:42am, #14
4/29/2013 10:43am, #15
4/29/2013 10:47am, #16
And what sense is it to say I have a butt full of hurt with the martial arts? Is it because you don't agree with me but cannot think of a reasonable reason and don't want to appear as stupid as you appear to be?
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4/29/2013 10:49am, #17
4/29/2013 10:50am, #18
Which sources were they then? Could you list them so we're all on the same page with where you are coming from.Train hard, fight easy.
4/29/2013 10:54am, #19
For what purpose? lol It's obvious you are not interested. ;) I have stated my opinion and whether you agree or not is not relevant in my life in any way. I'm not here to change your thinking just to state my opinion on posts and learn as well if I see something that interests me.
4/29/2013 10:56am, #20
Furthermore, clarify your position exactly. Let us know how much of a chance you think someone has in taking away a sword. Be specific - how much experience does the empty-handed guy need to be successful, how much does the skill of the swordsman matter? Cite your references, whether it be from your own training, some expert opinion you have read, or the manga you read last week.
If you're unwilling to do that, we'll just assume you're another know-nothing troll and ignore you appropriately.
ETA, you got in with another bit of idiocy while I was typing. Know-nothing troll noted.