I decided I'd have a pretty avatar for a while.
Posted On:10/07/2006 11:36am
Style: Student Jutsu
Does this mean I'm not going to get those pictures of the dirty chi massages?
Posted On:10/07/2006 5:40pm
Style: No gym currently.
[gazes into mystical Condocockan crystal chi ball] All signs predict disappointment.
You can of course alleviate all disappointments with our "Anti-disappointment Pack" Just £450 per hour.
Condocockan... Mystical Snake Oil for the vapid and gullible.
Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.
Posted On:10/07/2006 8:19pm
Style: none currently
....vapid, gullible, and LOADED!!! In fact, I wanna be a condocon instructor. If I'm getting even L100 per hour, I'm making quite a bit of money. Where do I sign up?
Posted On:10/09/2006 2:25pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
Nah, QuikFeet is right.
Yellow Hat was being an Ass Hat by dismissing accupuncture on the whole instead attacking Sugarbritches claim.
She claims that Accupuncture is the Asian equivalent of CPR. Instead of taking issue with the equivalency, Ass Hat went off on accupuncture, despite the fact that numerous studies have shown that accupuncture does seem to be a valid treatment for many things, such as chronic pain.
I've read that accupuncture can be used to alleviate pain with moderate success. What else has it been shown to help? (Also -- do you have links?)
I freely admit I know relatively little on accupuncture itself -- however, I've read more than a few studies -- and none of them showed Accupuncture to be effective for much of anything beyond mild pain control. I remeber one study that found that 'accupuncture' seemed to work for its patients regardless of where the needles were inserted.
I doubt the studies covered everything, but I'd be interested in any material from the other side of the coin, if someone can point me to it.
ARGUMENTUM AD LATINUM DICTIONAIRUM
Posted On:10/09/2006 3:25pm
Style: Argumenta ad Rem
So no happy ending?
P.S. Acupuncture has been done-to-death on a "t3h deadly Dim Mak" thread somewhere. Basically, welcome to placebo with a bit of gate-theory to a tylenol #3.
Posted On:10/10/2006 12:17pm
Style: Wing Chun
Just to balence things out as far as rip off is concerned, unless of course you believe all the endorsements. A RBSD organisation
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Then again a related site
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Jiu Jitsu - Sometimes passing just isn't an option.
Posted On:10/10/2006 2:46pm
Style: BJJ, Unauthorized Judo
Here, I wanted to post another side of the coin for all to see:
These are the rates going for Legends MMA Training Center -
This is the complete opposite of the crapakon. We know who the trainers are and for those who don't know who the likes of Parisyan, Bravo, Rutten, etc are the information can easily be found. We have specific times of classes, specific prices of classes. Also we know what we are getting for the money we are spending in addition to the training and classes. It's all right there in plan view, something the cuntakon seems to have a problem with.
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