12/20/2007 10:43am, #11Originally Posted by sempaiman
12/20/2007 11:04am, #12
Being that of an extensive cma background, If anyone asks I'd be willing to share some of my "ki" stories.
HIIIIIIIIYAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!! Feel that?
12/20/2007 11:13am, #13
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Why rename the thread? I don't understand. Whoever did that should realize that the original poster was not the same person who made the comment about rudeness.
The original poster gave you a perfectly legitimate article about the musculature of the arm as applied to the "unbendable arm" ki trick, and someone - within six minutes - called it boring and basically said it wasn't worth reading. The comment about rudeness was posted by me, not him. But it's certainly accurate.
I thought the martial arts were supposed to teach things like respect and maturity? Or am I just looking in the wrong place?
12/20/2007 11:24am, #14Originally Posted by okashiibudo
12/20/2007 11:26am, #15Originally Posted by okashiibudo
In this open forum, and considering Bullshido has tens of thousands of registered users, you're gonna get the full spectrum of opinions...and temperments.
12/20/2007 12:03pm, #16Originally Posted by okashiibudo
I thought the martial arts were supposed to teach things like respect and maturity?
Things you should learn from your parents or primary custodial person. No, originally it wasn't, it was added latter (especially in Chinese Martial Arts) in many styles. Nothing wrong with it being there unless it takes precedence over fighting.
Or am I just looking in the wrong place?
12/20/2007 12:40pm, #17
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You do not realize that majority of posters here are accomplished warriors whose opinions have been molded by years and years experience in combat, death and general mayhem. It may seem rude to you but that's because you are just a pimple faced teenager posting from your parents' basement.
Originally Posted by okashiibudo
12/20/2007 12:42pm, #18
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If the thread was retitled in error it should be reverted.
Occasionally thread titles are changed to better reflect the subject of the discussion for the benefit of members, or to indicate that they've been sent to Trollshido because the thread was just garbage.
Generally I don't think we should be renaming threads if we're dumping them into YMAS from MABS, in the case of the latter.
12/20/2007 12:51pm, #19
In this case, the re-title was in error; the "bullshido is rude" comment wasn't made by the OPer, and the OPer doesn't list aikido in his style field.
12/20/2007 1:05pm, #20
Yeah it does imply the Akidoka complaining started the thread.