Thread: Sifu Freddie Lee
11/02/2013 6:39pm, #101"So, yeah, Zen teachers may well insult you, work you to the bone, hit you with sticks, shout verbal abuse at you, and punch the **** out of you.
And when the ****'s been punched out of you, you might just find that you're far better-off without it." - Vieux Normand
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11/03/2013 2:38pm, #102
I get the feeling that if Frankie's ramblings could be fully deciphered, he would be neck-deep in legal woes.
Of course, maybe his written word is probably far easier to understand:
11/03/2013 8:01pm, #103
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While he can delete comments on his Youtube, he cannot delete the ones on Amazon. If you're going to be posting a review, remember to keep them appropriate and truthful. If you're quoting one of his videos, make sure to use (EXPLETIVE) instead of actually typing out the exact words. Don't do anything that might violate Amazon's TOS, and don't do anything other than expose the truth.
11/03/2013 8:21pm, #104
Kathy Long looks like Sarah Connor.
11/03/2013 9:04pm, #105
Ha ha hahahahahaha
So, I take it someone doesn't understand what closest means.
Shannon Lee I completely disagree with you. You may be Bruce’s daughter by blood but that does not mean you know anything about true Martial Arts. The spirit of the Martial Arts is not passed on by blood, but the understanding comes from within and it’s an individual experience. Yes, Bruce was into studying real combat but UFC is not real. His art is not about being a complete fighter, his art is about being a complete HUMAN BEING. And yes, he teaches to be able to handle yourself in any situation you find yourself in by learning “The art of fighting without fighting” (as he stated in his film, Enter the Dragon). Bruce Lee’s movies, his writings (and interviews) speak for him. Sorry Ms. Shannon Lee, you don’t have to speak for him… And UFC is NOT the closest that you can get to real fighting. Real fighting only occurs in real life – away from the cameras. In real life, real fighting occurs spontaneously, not in controlled environments designed for entertainment for profit. Real fighting many times will involve real death and real jail time.
Bruce’s movies portray something much more real than UFC will ever portray.
Real fighting only occurs in real life – away from the cameras. In real life, real fighting occurs spontaneously, not in controlled environments designed for entertainment for profit.Bruce’s movies portray something much more real than UFC will ever portray.
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11/03/2013 9:21pm, #106
11/03/2013 9:38pm, #107
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11/03/2013 9:41pm, #108
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Just took a moment to read the reviews on his book. There's a couple of 5 star ratings that all sound pretty similar. These people must be dumb, or not actually exist.
11/03/2013 9:53pm, #109
Either way, does anybody truly win?
11/03/2013 10:00pm, #110Pretend choreographed fighting is more real than unscripted rules based fighting. But didn't you just say " the real" happens away from cameras? So, that would eliminate both not the one you do not like.