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    Quote Originally Posted by baby_cart View Post



    Any more? Especially from Dugas' side.

    Do your own homework shithead.
    I don't speak for Dale, only towards your obvious ignorance.


    I've never heard of or read anything about this topic that was conclusive.

    Hahaha...
    Because you've studied it so extensively, right?

    All it took to send you into fallacy land was a wiki quote.

    Stfu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    Dale didn't use the term "damage", he said "shock to the CNS".

    Now don't you all feel stupid?

    My tid sa jeurng is nubile, and my knowledge limited, but at least I can read.
    You're not as smart as you think you are

    An unrelated point, do you even train?

    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    Dale didn't use the term "damage", he said "shock to the CNS".

    Now don't you all feel stupid?

    My tid sa jeurng is nubile, and my knowledge limited, but at least I can read.
    You're not as smart as you think you are

    An unrelated point, do you even train?

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    Emphasis mine:

    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    beyond that the CNS is not involved. To actually damage the CNS you would need to experience direct spinal trauma.
    LOL!

    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    how is the "shock" returning to the CNS a main issue, or even an issue at all?
    LOLOL!

    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    CNS is the brain and spinal cord, pretty sheltered from impacts on the periphery of the body.
    LOLOLOL!!

    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    For the CNS to be damaged you from striking an object with a fist you would expect fractures along the bones of the hand, forearm, upper arm, shoulder blade, collar bone +/- the spine as the energy would need to travel to the CNS somehow
    LOLOLOLOL!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    and as muscle/soft tissue is deformable the energy would be absorbed as deformation of the structure before it could be transmitted that far.
    LOLOLOLOLOL!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by baby_cart View Post
    Please explain what you mean. Are you referring to another CNS, because IsThisRight is correct:

    Mr. Dugas, do you mean that it's possible to have a heavy concussion punching an immovable thing? Or are you implying broken bones that will reach all the way to the spine?
    Gosh....baby_cart, ghost55, IsThisRight...stop being so stupid.

    I don't care how smart you think I am, your ridiculous derail about the differences between the CNS and PNS has run its course, don't you think?

    Dale said "shock to CNS" and you motherfuckers are lecturing people on CNSvsPNS and looking for hydrostatic shock-like damage BS, when none of you even read Dale properly.

    You're arguing like Chunners now.
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    I don't have the energy or motivation to explain to you why you are wrong. I hope some one else will do it for my entertainment.

    Just a quick bit of info: the post regarding hyperalgesia and allodynia is pretty much an explanation of why a bruise hurts more than normal tissue when you press it for a few days. This isn't mediated purely by the CNS as the sensitisation requires the action of cytokines released into the bloodstream due to the local damage to tissue. No one knows the etiology of complex regional pain syndrome.

    I remember when you suggested this as an alternative to a squat:
    http://i.imgur.com/ZEpLb.jpg

    In this thread:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/arch.../t-117843.html

    Hopefully that can convince some people you have no idea what you're talking about even though you come across as you do. I'm done.
    Last edited by IsThisRight?; 3/08/2014 7:54pm at . Reason: Dregging the past

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    I don't have the energy or motivation to explain to you why you are wrong. I hope some one else will do it for my entertainment.
    LOL, this is always a funny response to me.

    Basically,
    "I QUIT, but not really."

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    Part of me wanted to keep arguing in this thread, but then I had a though: "What would happen if instead of arguing with people on the internet I were to shut up and train?" So I went in for 2.5hrs of pain filled fun, and now I feel pretty good. Sorry for starting this shitfest guys. I really do need to think before I post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    LOL, this is always a funny response to me.

    Basically,
    "I QUIT, but not really."
    I genuinely don't, i tried briefly with the acupuncture thread but I don't think I changed anyones mind. And like ghost55 said:

    "What would happen if instead of arguing with people on the internet I were to shut up and train?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisRight? View Post
    I genuinely don't, i tried briefly with the acupuncture thread but I don't think I changed anyones mind.
    Interesting. That's your first mistake, you aren't debating, arguing or yelling to change a poster's mind. You are making your point and hopefully factually proving your assertion.

    And like ghost55 said:

    "What would happen if instead of arguing with people on the internet I were to shut up and train?"
    That's a logical fallacy we all toss around.

    Even world champion MMA fighters, gold medalists, sports champions etc. find time to argue on the internet, go to clubs, date, raise a family, **** and play video games. Yet, somehow, they all still train to the top of their game.

    So I went in for 2.5hrs of pain filled fun, and now I feel pretty good.
    Yet, here you are posting again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Interesting. That's your first mistake, you aren't debating, arguing or yelling to change a poster's mind. You are making your point and hopefully factually proving your assertion.
    Nope, A large part of the reason i go to an effort to make a point is either a) in the hope that I can convince someone who previously did not agree with my point to do so or b) to provide a base for interesting discussion. This is the reason I don't discuss religion with anyone other than close friends anymore.

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