Thread: Why do you post on Bullshido?
5/16/2005 5:28pm, #11
If you do not train, please leave now.
5/16/2005 5:29pm, #12
My job puts me infront of a computer for an unhealthy number of hours per day and I'm often stuck waiting for things to install. At school, I live in the computer lab for days at a time. Couple that with a long-time love of martial arts and saving people from the same wasted investments that I made at a McDojo means I spend a lot of time posting here.
That, and I don't read the Something Awful boards as much these days so I need some decent entertainment at the expense of a few morons.
5/16/2005 5:34pm, #13
- Join Date
- Sep 2004
- Dayville, Connecticut, United States
I like to fight.
I want to be good at it.
There seems to be one or two other people here who are like-minded.
If you spout crap here, someone will call you on it. If you notice someone spouting crap, you can call them on it without fear of moderators.
This place actually has more info and less drama than most other places. (hard to believe I know!)
This is the only forum I've ever posted on more than once or twice.
Oh...and I am self employed and spend my day doing whatever the **** I want...(as long as it doesn't piss off the clients!)And lo, Kano looked down upon the field and saw the multitudes. Amongst them were the disciples of Uesheba who were greatly vexed at his sayings. And Kano spake: "Do not be concerned with the mote in thy neighbor's eye, when verily thou hast a massive stick in thine ass".
--Scrolls of Bujutsu: Chapter 5 vs 10-14.
5/16/2005 5:35pm, #14Originally Posted by Grant
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5/16/2005 5:41pm, #15
I have nothing better to do.
5/16/2005 5:49pm, #16
I stumbled upon Bullshido looking for a good school in my area. I was already on the right path by going in and checking out schools by myself, but Bullshido added some extra requirements (sparring mainly) to my school search. I asked about the schools near by and was shocked to find out the uber mcdojo TSK is actually a pretty good place to get started in kickboxing and grappling.
After that I stuck around asking questions on and tried to answer some myself. It's really a good way to kill some time or provide a quick diversion when needed.
5/16/2005 5:50pm, #17
Free time and a lack of other things to do with it.
5/16/2005 6:14pm, #18
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- Arnis, WC, Judo
Its an interesting sounding board -- I'm more often surprised by the consensus of opinion from people who do various MAs than by the small degree of descent.
Its very useful to know how people from other styles train (this has given me lots of ideas of my own) and to see what people think are the weaknesses in styles you train in.
Its helped me develop a different attitude focused on making small things work as opposed to having a global attitude without short term training goals.
5/16/2005 6:22pm, #19
If you have been training for only a couple years feel free to kiss my ass.
5/16/2005 6:22pm, #20Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
Shhhhhhhhhhh!!! Grant is talking, hilarity will ensue.