Thread: Ninjas + weapons
5/08/2007 7:33pm, #1
Ninjas + weapons
In the spirit of Ninjas Suck Month i thought it wrong to leave out the weapons forum....
Brazilian ninja...at least they're easy on the eye:
5/12/2007 6:37pm, #2Originally Posted by Lily
5/12/2007 7:01pm, #3Originally Posted by Whorian Gracie
5/12/2007 11:03pm, #4
THAT'S Brazillian ninjitsu?! I could waste those bitches with my hands tied behind my back! The punches in that third video were PATHETIC!
5/14/2007 11:11am, #5
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- NSW, Australia
The Dallas ninjers:
I think my 70yrold grandmother could cut quicker with a sword.
In fact, I sure I'd be more afraid of her then all of these guys combined.
As for the second video, if these guys are going to bother with all the bowing ettiquette etc, could they at least bother to get it right. They look like they're just copying the motion. As for technique, wrong grip, using the shoulder, hitting like pussies.
The Brazillian ninjers:
Had to giggle at the sword. Looks like an oversized, blunt, stainless steel steak knife. I've got katanas of far better quality that I paid a mere $40AUD for, including the shipping. I'd be ashamed to be seen with one like that.
Same as the dallas ninjers, they can't cut for ****. No power & too slow.
The clashing of the sword at the end, is down right offensive, even if its only shitty sword.
5/15/2007 12:08pm, #6
Originally Posted by Whorian Gracie
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5/15/2007 12:45pm, #7
You obviously have never been to the Philippines.
5/15/2007 12:48pm, #8
Not really. it's like 80% Catholic and 20% Muslim.
edit: from the wiki article
The Philippines is one of only two majority Roman Catholic countries in Asia (the other being East Timor). About 90% of Filipinos are Christians, where 81% belong to the Roman Catholic Church, and the 9% composed of Protestant denominations, the Philippine Independent Church, and Iglesia ni Cristo. While Christianity is a major force in the culture of the Filipinos, indigenous traditions and rituals still influence religious practice.
Approximately 5% of Filipinos are Muslims, and are locally known as "Moros", having been dubbed this by the Spanish due to their sharing Islam with the Moors of North Africa. They primarily settle in parts of Mindanao, Palawan and the Sulu archipelago, but are now found in most urban areas of the country. Most lowland Muslim Filipinos practice normative Islam, although the practices of some Mindanao's hill tribe Muslims reflect a fusion with animism. There are also small populations of Buddhists, Jews and animists, which, along with other non-Christians and non-Muslims, collectively comprise 5% of the population.
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5/15/2007 1:24pm, #9
Is it me or did the dude in the 3rd samba video have a Capoeira shirt on? You'd think he'd be able to do more than tap his foot and stare at her ass.
Of course, that's all I'd be doing but that's beside the point.HTFU and join Bullshido on Fitocracy!
5/15/2007 1:46pm, #10Originally Posted by Whorian Gracie
Hmm, didn't register. I'll need to make some adjustments.