Originally Posted by Poop Loops
you never learned jumping kicks in tkd.. :bssign:
that video has at least three from one guy.. see the first link in this thread for another example
they never ever do jumping knees or kicks in muay thai either
temple kung fu... bhahh hhhahahahah
Temple kung-fu is funny!
In edmonton we have one, run by a guy called "His holiness grand master simon'' or some **** like that.
Yeah, I was 14 at the time and it was my intro to MA. But I quit. You STILL do Wing Chun, Systema, and TKD. So I'd keep my mouth shut if I were you.
No, we didn't do flying kicks. We had the spinning kicks and high kicks and spinny high double kicks, but from the year I was there for (attended class at least twice a week, 4 times at most and then my instructor said it was too much. Yeah... go figure) we only had 1 class where we had both feet off the ground. And then we stopped because we kept hitting our heads on the ceiliings because they were very low.
Just saw the clip. That guy is amazing. I didn't see any flying kicks though. Those weren't what I meant and you know it. Those were all spinning kicks with a hop. Not a Liu Kang Flying Dragon Kick like the guy in the clip did. Which doesn't count, because his opponent WAS RUNNING AWAY FROM HIM.
I don't watch much Muay Thai. Please show me flying kicks. I know there's flyiing knees. We're talking about flying kicks, though.
They're all run by him. He's the head of the whole thing. We had to bow to him before every class, even though he was never there nor was he dead.
Originally Posted by AAAhmed46
.hmmm 3 knockouts where he levitates himself in the air kicks opponent in the head opponent gets knocked out kicker then with both feet waist height lands on back beside knocked out opponent.... yes that is a very large hop... you might almost call it a jump.. or even a jumping kick...
Originally Posted by Poop Loops
so you did infact do jumping kicks one day at tkd... but your school had low ceilings .. well i guess all tkd doesn't practice it either...
maybe video game like flying doesn't work .. although in systema we do it all the time
regardless the iranian guy kicked him and he fell over, that = it worked...
so i will translate your last response
"your balls taste real good prana but a little big for my mouth" Pooploops March 5, 2006
I've been robbed at knifepoint. I didn't piss myself, but I did hand over the money. I was 45 lbs. lighter and completely untrained at the time, but I can say in all honesty that if it happened again now I'd still hand over my money. Cash ain't worth dying for. This guy was an idiot, and he's really lucky he got robbed by a total *****.
Originally Posted by BSONE
Hey man; in the third world if your robbed, usually the guys shoot you or will come back again and again since they know you will hand money over.
I would have handed the money over.
But i can understand why he fought back; in his mind he didnt want to be a victim.
Besides, this guy used a knife; the iranian guy picked up a pair of box cutters and a pair of scissors.
If the dude had a gun then he would have been dead.
Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
Play a whole table then, it's not your business how other people play their chips. Maybe they're there to get it over with fast instead of slow.
I like how on this issue it's the Iranian immigrant that understands you defend what you own and the americans and brittish people saying "Just hand it over"
Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to try to grab a gun over a wallet-full of money most of the time, but there's a point - I mean, you can't let some guy just rob your store with a knife. He ran the guy out of his place with his tail between his legs, and that's good. Yeah, IF IF IF, fine, whatever. That iranian guy didn't look stupid or weak, he probably wouldn't have tried that if the guy had a bigger pair or a gun. . .
This is true to an extent, however if I'm playing 25-100 a hand and some drunkard starts making stupid bets that screw the deck for the whole table it is easy to get a little annoyed. It is my money though, so I'll be the one to leave the table.
Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
Of course, once when I was really hammered at some shithole casino I double-downed on a 12.