Thread: Joint Attacks
7/15/2004 7:21pm, #21
The only thing I really got (which I'm still recovering from) is a cracked knuckle. One of the most annoying injuries ever. Its pretty much healed now, but its like the whole knuckle is bruised, and its going to be like that for a while. I never understand how people can get so messed up IN CLASS. When I spar or work a technique I always try to be careful for my partner... yet theres a guy I know who has done only 8 months worth and he has already cracked his knuckle (alot worse than me) and now is out of training for a broken foot bone.
7/16/2004 8:26am, #22Originally posted by Jenfucius
i thought this thread was going to be about the first persian gulf war.
Keep it up.Mr Politically Correct GIJoe6186:
Fat people disgust me in every way imaginable. I was at Freindly's with my girl tonight and saw a bunch of fat fuckers. I felt sorry for the pavement they were killing and the people who had to see them. .
7/16/2004 9:16am, #23
> Knocked a tooth out (aikido bokken work)
> broken a finger (aikido)
> dislocated a shoulder (aikido) (all the same guy)
I'm surprised he was still willing to play with you after the first two...
I don't have a long list yet. Dislocated a guy's shoulder in Aikido (but he'd had it dislocated several times before - he quit the art after that :( ). May have hyperextended an elbow or two in tournaments. Never had serious joint damage done to me. [looks around for wood to knock on].There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)