6/13/2006 4:51am, #21Originally Posted by LolodesBoisTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
6/13/2006 9:28am, #22
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ANYONE can get punched in the nose. Duh
6/13/2006 11:10am, #23
Yeah. He was probably just caught off-guard.
You don't really expect someone to first run into you, and then punch you for it.
6/13/2006 11:16am, #24
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Imagine how much it sucks for a high-level athelete to get injured in something as stupid as that. This'll take a lot of valuable time out of Mach's training.
6/13/2006 11:57am, #25Originally Posted by LolodesBois
I also enjoy Kungfoolss manner of attempting to support his arguments in the classic 'tail wags dog' fashion.
6/13/2006 11:58am, #26Originally Posted by MjelvaKungfoolss, Scourge of the theory-based stylists, Most Feared man at Bullshido.com, and the Preeminent Force in the martial arts political arena
6/13/2006 12:09pm, #27
I find the word 'touching' in reference to an automobile pretty strange.
Yes, he 'touched me with his car', wtf? If a car makes contact with your body, even at low speed, it's a little more than a 'touch'
6/13/2006 12:09pm, #28Originally Posted by Cullion
6/13/2006 12:19pm, #29Originally Posted by Meager52 blocks documentary: arrived
"Joe Lauzon looks like a quiet, Internet guy..." -- Dana White
6/13/2006 12:42pm, #30Originally Posted by Camus
Could have been anything touching him, such as the guys mirror. "You ran into my mirror, I'm going to rearrange you face!" Besides, a lot of construction workers aren't terribly bright. You need a lot of brawn, not brain power to do their sort of work.
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