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    Quote Originally Posted by AFS
    Dakota-judo - It sounds like you know the DVD - apart from the knife defense clip, is it worth having?
    Yeah.

    Think of any world champion - good chance there'll be at least one clip showing his throw.

    Kano. Geesink. Ruska. Berghmans. Briggs. Okano. Koga. Nezmekov. Parisi. Seisenbacher. Adams. Yamashita (both, the elder demonstrating kata with Kano). A good bit on both Yamashita and Douillet, actually.

    Kashiwazaki's tomoe-nage. Nakanishi's tani-otoshi. Endo's uranage. (typing as I watch). Mifune's oguruma. Yamashita's okuri-erijime. Douillet's ouchi-gari. Matsuda's uchimata - my favorite.

    Not so much technical instruction - mostly throws from competition. Kinda like "101 Ippons", but as a documentary.

    Several clips from '64 Olympics, early Worlds. Quite a few from '95 and '97

    Lot of good historical clips. Not exactly a historical reference, but good visuals.

    If you have a commercial club, might be a good one to pop in to play in the lobby.

    Only disappointment is that it's just an hour long. Still, for the price, no complaints.

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    I was thinking of making a thread about the Japanese using kani-basami to defeat foreigners in the first international judo tournaments...



    ...but I thought I'd pick a topic that would show how judoka have had their sense of humor surgically removed, as this thread has clearly demonstrated.

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    Perhaps you're just too cunning for us and your razor wit cuts too deep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    ...but I thought I'd pick a topic that would show how judoka have had their sense of humor surgically removed, as this thread has clearly demonstrated.
    Great idea! I raise the ante with BJJ utracomplient knife defense videos from the Gracies:

    http://www.gracieacademy.com/street2vid.html

    No hankercheif though... :(

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    I don't know anything about Judo, BJJ, GJJ, JJJ or any of the other chop-socky rasslin' being discussed in this thread. . . but wasn't the idea of this forum that it would be a place to discuss BJJ techniques and concepts? Wasn't it going to be a great place to learn about BJJ?

    This looks like it would fit a lot better in that "Your Martial Art Sucks" dumpster.

    Unless, of course, typing opinions of Judo knife defenses is a BJJ technique.
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    you don't understand irony or crapplin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
    This looks like it would fit a lot better in that "Your Martial Art Sucks" dumpster.

    Unless, of course, typing opinions of Judo knife defenses is a BJJ technique.
    Aesop has received a letter of marque from Bullshido government so...
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    Probably quite true. If I join the local BJJ gym, will they teach me irony? They've got a Gracie black belt there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
    I don't know anything about Judo, BJJ, GJJ, JJJ or any of the other chop-socky rasslin' being discussed in this thread. . . but wasn't the idea of this forum that it would be a place to discuss BJJ techniques and concepts? Wasn't it going to be a great place to learn about BJJ?

    This looks like it would fit a lot better in that "Your Martial Art Sucks" dumpster.

    Unless, of course, typing opinions of Judo knife defenses is a BJJ technique.
    So, first up you don't know anything about grappling even remotely, and yet you're still posting.

    Second, you missed the multitude of BJJ and grappling threads in this forum?

    Third, are you just here to bitch instead of contributing? (which is obvious since you've really admitted to having no grappling knowledge)

    And yes, typing opinions of Judo Knife defence is a BJJ technique.
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