1/27/2009 6:33pm, #21
Originally Posted by white_kimboCalm down, it's only ones and zeros.
- Join Date
- Jan 2003
- New York, NY USA
- Taai Si Ji Kung Fu
"Your calm and professional manner of response is really draining all the fun out of this. Can you reply more like Dr. Fagbot or something? Call me some names, mention some sand in my vagina or something of the sort. You can't expect me to come up with reasonable arguments man!" -- MaverickZ
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1/27/2009 7:15pm, #22Originally Posted by Tom Kagan
End result, screw those stupid doctor's. I know my body and what I am capable of. The only reason a doctor is telling you that is because he doesn't want to get sued. I would get a second opinion, then a third. Unless of course you don't really care.
In the end it is your life. And on a side note, Tai Chi is not as bad as it seams. I've been doing a short Tai Chi form for a couple of years along with my other martial arts.
1/27/2009 7:39pm, #23
i really appreciate everybody's input. and if it were other circumstances, i would ask my doctor if his pecker was long enough to touch his asshole, and if it was to go **** himself.
but i chose to go to the doctor because of how i felt after every training session.
he was actually quite surprised that i hadn't been to him sooner, and that i'm just now showing symptoms. i really don't want to wind up on transfusions, so i think it's time for me to throw in the towel and find another sport.
once, i'm out of this contract, i'll be making a thread to find a style that is best for me. i would like to do some tai chi, but the more i think about it, the better i think i would look in a skirt.....
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1/27/2009 7:50pm, #24Originally Posted by white_kimbo
"Ey man, **** docktahz, dey don't know ****. Don't let dem tell you wattado, dey's just innit for da munny."
Never mind the dizzy spells and the shortness of breath, those doctors don't know anything.
1/27/2009 8:18pm, #25
This is a first for me since joining this forum.
Consider the aikido if you want to stay involved in MA.
If you want, check out the different dojos and post the names of those in your area.
Those of us with actual experience will weigh in on the pro / cons of each.
Best of luck WK on your health.
Long live White Kimbo.
1/27/2009 8:30pm, #26
Originally Posted by white_kimbo
- Join Date
- Jul 2008
- PHX or thereabouts
- Hsing I, Bagua, Chi kung
Otherwise, good luck. We'll be pulling for you. I just started a Tai Chi class myself.
1/27/2009 8:35pm, #27
can i get a throwdown fist by doing aikido grooves at the mega?
1/27/2009 8:53pm, #28
Originally Posted by Hesperus
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- Sep 2007
- Panda Punch
1/27/2009 9:13pm, #29
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
- MT noob, BJJ even noober
It's also a matter of a GP [although good at what they do] might have a different opinion than a hematologist regarding the diagnosis and ability to continue on in some sort of martial art. It's not a bad practice to have the diagnosis confirmed by an expert, either. Trust me, I'm the farthest thing from being anti-doctor you'll find and am only advocating the procedure I'd take for myself.
1/27/2009 10:08pm, #30
It's less than an hour to St. Louis, I'm sure they've got some sports-focused physicians there you could at least discuss your predicament with.