Posted On:11/07/2008 2:09am
As some of you may recall, a while back on MANswers, they explained that you could feasibly kill a raging bear just by using the martial art hikuta. This season, they have successfully trumphed last season's martial arts stupidity. A topic on one of the latest episodes was "What's the deadliest martial arts move in the world?". Of course, they turn to an old traditional kung fu guy for the answers. He talks about a few technigues, and then mentions the dreaded "Yin Technique" in which you rip out someone's heart with your bare hands. Of course, he says it's too deadly to even talk about, so the producers turn to an older and more grizzled-looking kung fu master, who confirms that it is in fact the deadlist martial arts move and the world, and then explains how it is done. It's pretty funny, they even put on a disclaimer before they let him talk about it.
You know, it's one thing to answer retarded questions with factual answers presented in retarded way, but I fail to see the point of a show that answers retarded questions with retarded false information presented in a retarded way. I kind of figured this season would be even worse than the first after I accidentally caught their season premier where they said you could effectively perform CPR on someone by farting in their face.
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Posted On:11/07/2008 2:22am
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
I just watched that. That show is so obnoxious. Also worth noting that they talked about the karate spear hand under the ribcage and then grabbing and snapping the rib.
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Posted On:11/07/2008 2:49am
Style: Bocksing, ngBJJ
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Don Frye doesn't like Sun Chips.
Posted On:11/07/2008 3:20am
Style: Muay Thai, BJJ
I'm a bit disappointed to read that ripping out the heart is ranked above "monkey steals the peach".
Posted On:11/07/2008 3:29am
I'm pretty sure kirioroshi is deadlier than the yin technique.
Posted On:11/07/2008 4:37am
Meh - Bill Ryusaki and James Lew have been on the Hollywood fringes for years. They're just playing along with the gag.
Posted On:11/07/2008 4:45am
Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
I just watched that. That show is so obnoxious.
I couldn't agree more. I only made it about half way through the clip before the 12 year old Ninja geek mentality and annoying voice over finally made me turn it off.
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Posted On:11/07/2008 5:13am
Style: Judo, BJJ
Thing is, if they asked the kung-fu guy what the deadliest move in martial arts is, and he just replied "rear naked choke", they'd have to find some other bullshit to fill up the twenty odd minutes left in the show.
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Posted On:11/07/2008 8:50am
You just watched an issue of "Maxim" without having the privilege of seeing a C-Level celebrity in her panties.
Posted On:11/07/2008 9:08am
Style: Judo newb
It says ALL martial arts have a secret weapon - a one-hit dude-wasting move.
So now we are all tasked to look through our respective art's repetoir and find our one-hit death dealer.
With Judo I guess I'd go for any throw you decide to have the person land on their head with. Let's put down for harai-goshi.
"One of only 200 yin technique experts" - who are these other 199 people? Can we get all of them together and laugh at them?
He doesn't even make hypothetical sense. Why would try to break through the sternum with the flat of your palm and THEN go into a "sharper" technique like spear hand?
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