11/01/2008 10:50am, #91
- Join Date
- Sep 2002
- Hilo Island of Hawaii
- Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
Brigitte asks with a little pout, why don't you come over to BBC and make any comment you'd like on fug's campaign to stop bullshido in the martial arts?"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
11/01/2008 11:13am, #92
yes that makes perfect sense.
11/01/2008 3:10pm, #93
Originally Posted by Lebell
- Join Date
- Jun 2008
- In the sticks
- Yoshi orc + Judo noob
11/01/2008 3:26pm, #94Originally Posted by Bill Danosky
this one time i met one during a zen thingy.
she was talking but i wasnt paying attention.
i was picturing her naked, getting slowly undressed by me.
eventhough she had short hair she was really really attractive.
halfway her story i had her stripped down to her underwear and was playing with her nipples while she gently thrusted her groin against my knee.
then i was banging her form behind, her tiny gracious hands were trying to hold on to the altar and the buddha statue fell off along with the offering bowls and stuff.
she was looking over her shoulder and licking her lips with her eyes closed whispering: yeah thats it, give it to me!
suddenly i sorta snapped out of it and mumbled something like: yeah i agree awereness of the moment is truely important.
do you think im going to hell for fantasizing about banging a nun?
i mean if i see something off limits i especially wanna do it.
like shrowded muslim girls or catholic nuns.
11/01/2008 4:08pm, #95
- Join Date
- Sep 2005
- Baltimore, MD
Show me where there is no Buddha. I wish to dump my ashes there.
11/02/2008 4:40am, #96
This thing about "Aikijujutsu"...
If someone came up to you and said I do Karate, you might ask what style to get a better understanding of what is studied, "Karate" is just a generic term denoting a specific method of martial discipline which is sub-divided into several styles under their respective founders. Kenjutsu and Iai are exactly the same as are many different martial traditions however, "aikijujutsu" isn't. Anyone who uses that term for anything more than its generic reference to Daito-Ryu is being bullshitted too.
I've seen far too much aikido (often bad aikido) with 'add-ons' then re-named "aikijutsu" to know that people want to re-invent the wheel for no real or particularly genuine reason other than to create some form of credibility for what they actually do.
Whenever I hear or see someone claim they study aikijujutsu or whatever version of juts-jits they wish to spell it, I just ask - You study Daito Ryu then ? 9 times out of 10 the answer is some convoluted bullshit, meaning they don't."To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".