Maybe criminal action.. but here in America anybody can sue anybody over anything.
Originally Posted by aaaargh
I definitely agree that we are probably the most letigious society on the planet, but suing someone and winning said suit are two very different things
And settling out of court is something totally different... It seems to be the new hotness these days.
Originally Posted by purplelt4
Did somebody mention a kung fu school that spars?
Originally Posted by The Villain
Must've been true then. You know what style he practiced in Fearless? I want to be able to consecutively beat wrestlers, boxers, fencers, pikemen, and Japanese samurai.
Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
Seriously, the protagonist in that movie played by Jet Li is Huo Yanjia. His style is Mizongquan (source: wikipaedia), a sub style of Long fist (Changchuan).
I've coordinated/hosted 3 or 4 Throwdowns here in the Seattle/Tacoma area. I never had anyone sign a waiver (that I remember). I figured that the huge number of witnesses to cooperative training/sparring would ultimately be sufficient to douse any dickwad's hopes of litigation as a form of revenge for sucking.
Maybe it's just all the ribs and brisket I ate for dinner making me overly aggressive, but I'm planning on organizing another Throwdown, likely in February sometime, and I'm going to have to see what good this grapping **** I've learned will do me... I hope I can just hammer fuckers down like Chuck, but I suspect, somehow, that I suck waaay too much for that to be a valid option...
They have no RING FIGHTING skill (except Plazma who is clearly teh deadly inside and outside the ring). Their cleverness within the realm of becoming one with the shadows, jumping into trees, sneaking, shuriken throwing, more sneaking, and causing the silent death of their prey is superb however.
Originally Posted by Bladesinger
Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do
And then they really like pizza.
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