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  1. Cdnronin is offline

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    4/20/2006 11:08am


     Style: judo, parenting

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKD Black Belt
    Only very specialized competition like "Sport Jiu Jitsu" or "Point Sparring" (yes I just compared JJ to TMA deal with it)

    Can somebody please tell me what TMA means? I see it all the time.
    Thanks.
    TMA Traditional Martial Arts ie karate, kung fu. mainly focus on kata"too deadly to spar"

    TMA Too Many Assholes- see above
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  2. TKD Black Belt is offline
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    4/20/2006 11:40am


     Style: Whoo-Hoo-Fu!

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    hmm, someone cut all the patches of my Krugans Gi?!? YOu think the Gods of BJJ were over at my house last night exacting revenge for my comments?

    I'll have to check the patches on my Silk Fang Shen Don't robes to see it I've angered SokeJP enough to exact revenge! FLYING PHANTOM ELBOW!

    TKD:karated:

    QUEER EYE FOR THE FANGE SHEN DO GUY!
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    can this qualify to win longest thread ever? can anyone post a link were there is the longest Bullshido thread ever?
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    Don't crap up the thread.

    No, there are threads that are longer.

    The trollshido thread phrost started is already over 900.

    Search JFS_USA quite a few of those went over 1,000 posts.
    Search Wing Chun there are a few those that went over 1,000.
    Search TKD there are a few that went over 1,000.
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  5. Slug is offline

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    4/20/2006 2:07pm


     Style: Jeet Kune Do / MMA

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    having a blast with FSD :)

    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced
    I read on the internet how Paul Vunak a respected man in the martial arts world (JKD) took up a BJJ guy on his offer of sparring and his straight blast did'nt work and he got submitted and was big enough to admit it. So I think he than went on to learn grappling.
    I wish I could remember the source for that I can't give you the link.

    I always thought that the double blast from FSD was great and it would work. It does seem very overwhelming and you are'nt supposed to do it for a long time. Really just a few seconds to overwhelm and then move into finishing technique.
    So I was surpirised at the time when I read this about Mr.Vunak.
    Does anybodyhave any experience regarding this?
    Is this an example of what you guys are talking about that does'nt work?
    Straight Blast should ONLY be used AFTER the opponents head is 'knocked' back
    or he has taken a shot he needs to deal with. As an openning techinque it can be jammed or countered. Also people not understanding this tend to launch it way to prematurely at the wrong distance.


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  6. TKD Black Belt is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slug
    Straight Blast should ONLY be used AFTER the opponents head is 'knocked' back or he has taken a shot he needs to deal with. As an openning techinque it can be jammed or countered. Also people not understanding this tend to launch it way to prematurely at the wrong distance.
    I don't nessesarily disagree with you but I doubt very much that Fang Shen Do had this in mind when they described that technique. See once again we run into a HUGE PROBLEM with Fang Shen Do. When you practice the deadly technique in the gym with people who are convinced that these will work the reactions of your oppoenent and yourself are skewed towards the assumed outcome.

    I would be willing to put my house and car on the line that you'd never catch Wanderlei with that technique again. He most likely spent the next few months in Brazil adapting his technique to deal with a repeat. This is what Askari was talking about when he said '...failure leads to success...' this is where SokeJP fails his students. For all we know SokeJP may be onto something but the lack of desire to try it out sort of ruins the whole thing.

    TKD:karated:

    You think SokeJP likes the link?
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    Earlier (waaaaaay back - don't ask me to find it) I spoke of an experience I had at a BBC meeting where JP didn't like someone's look and basically called the out for it. I shared it because I thought it was indicative of his nature but figured that it was an isolated incident. That is, until I had a chance to speak to someone quite close to JP and heard a new story (which this person says was told to him by JP himself).

    The story goes that about three years ago, JP was invited to Bell Canada's offices in Toronto to do a corporate version of the "focus on results" (aka arrow-breaking) seminar. I was told that between 200 and 300 people were involved (though that might have been broken up into groups). Well, I guess he was on stage doing his pontificating thing (this is really hard to describe for anyone who hasn't witnessed it first-hand, but the best I can do is say that it's like walking into a Twilight Zone episode where suddenly everyone seems to speak English, but it's all in short little catch-phrases that make no sense when strung together). Anyway, he's doing his thing and I guess some woman in the audience is giving him the evil eye. Well, he gets all offended and loses it on her for a few minutes and then gets back to the seminar (I'm sure everyone is just super-jazzed after that). In the end, the woman turned out to be someone fairly high up in the organization, high enough that she was able to hold on to his payment for about 2 months.

    So apparently, he loses his temper quite easily. Odd, for someone who is so highly trained, no?

    As an aside, the timeframe seems to fit with other similar ventures into the corporate environment. I remember seeing a thank-you letter posted up on the wall of the downtown school from some government department for something similar. I'm guessing that it was an experiment that didn't pan out.
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  8. madmax is offline

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    4/20/2006 3:27pm


     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringfellow
    Earlier (waaaaaay back - don't ask me to find it) I spoke of an experience I had at a BBC meeting where JP didn't like someone's look and basically called the out for it. I shared it because I thought it was indicative of his nature but figured that it was an isolated incident. That is, until I had a chance to speak to someone quite close to JP and heard a new story (which this person says was told to him by JP himself).

    The story goes that about three years ago, JP was invited to Bell Canada's offices in Toronto to do a corporate version of the "focus on results" (aka arrow-breaking) seminar. I was told that between 200 and 300 people were involved (though that might have been broken up into groups). Well, I guess he was on stage doing his pontificating thing (this is really hard to describe for anyone who hasn't witnessed it first-hand, but the best I can do is say that it's like walking into a Twilight Zone episode where suddenly everyone seems to speak English, but it's all in short little catch-phrases that make no sense when strung together). Anyway, he's doing his thing and I guess some woman in the audience is giving him the evil eye. Well, he gets all offended and loses it on her for a few minutes and then gets back to the seminar (I'm sure everyone is just super-jazzed after that). In the end, the woman turned out to be someone fairly high up in the organization, high enough that she was able to hold on to his payment for about 2 months.

    So apparently, he loses his temper quite easily. Odd, for someone who is so highly trained, no?

    As an aside, the timeframe seems to fit with other similar ventures into the corporate environment. I remember seeing a thank-you letter posted up on the wall of the downtown school from some government department for something similar. I'm guessing that it was an experiment that didn't pan out.
    What do you expect? sJPs insecure (little man syndrome). Probably one of his brainwashed **** sniffing follower set up the seminar. Not sure how a pathetic arrow breaking stunt can motivate you ? Give me a break, the tip is rounded, the arrow is wood with a lot of flex. I performed the stunt in front of my brother in law. He looked at the arrow, saw the rounded tip, put it in his throat and broke the arrow. I could have saved my money and attended the dog **** sniffing seminar instead.
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    Posted On:
    4/20/2006 3:39pm


     Style: BJJ, Ju-Jitsu

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    Chapters website

    A while ago the "Fang Shen Do Training Guide" was for sale on chapters.ca. However now when I search for the book it is not there.

    So I wandered into the downtown Chapters, and low and behold its no-longer on the shelves, I swear there were a half-dozen copies there a few weeks ago.

    Wonder what happened? Perhaps the Bullshido effect is spreading.

    :5dragon:
    "Sifu, I"m niether - I'm a fire dragon so don't **** with me!"
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    Posted On:
    4/20/2006 3:47pm


     Style: MT. Grappling

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    Movie Madness

    After all that has been said here, and with the F4N6 5H3N D0 movie coming out, I think JP needs to consider some script changes. Although I have not seen the script, I'm quite confident that some key elements have been left out.

    We need to see the dog **** sniffing scene! That will be a pivotal point in the film! The hero teaching people to sniff ****. WOW! It needs not one, not two, but three heart attack closes. Any less is just not realistic. I think Jp's character should be thrown into fits of rage, throughout the film, from little things like a broken yolk at breakfast. Think "Angry Dad". The end scene should be the 6randmast3r, single handidly defeating multiple stylists from MT, Sambo, BJJ, Wrestling, Boxing, Judo, TKD, JKD, and Karate. Then, while standing over the mountain of corpses of those lesser stylists, JP breaks an arrow on his throat and says, "I make humanity advance. I kick butt so people can reap some kind of success , that's my job. "

    Roll Credits.

    Oh, and I think JP should be played by Gilbert Godfrey.
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