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  1. Arskanator is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho Dad View Post
    Video clip of the Mt. Hood Throwdown with Lebell in attendance and meeting Jason Stork for the first time...

    YouTube- Squeal Like A Pig (Deliverance)
    This reminds me, never do a search for MMA in Encyclopedia dramatica.
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    Just waiting for the paperboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho Dad View Post
    Video clip of the Mt. Hood Throwdown with Lebell in attendance and meeting Jason Stork for the first time...
    actually, it might surprise you but im from a region equivalent the american hillbilly's, as seen in that video.
    isnt that veeerd?
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    YouTube- 159-KAMIYAMA KUKISHIN RYU ROKUSHAKUBO 3 METHODS OF THRUSTING AND BOJUTSU DEMONSTRATION

    i don't get the bamboo flute stuff. what does that have to do with ninjing?

    also, can anybody comment on his bo staff skills? i'm seeing improvement, but i don't know enough about weapons to know if it's crap or not (obviously it's crap for aliveness, but i'm talking about just regular kata technique).

    i just hope he makes another snowboard ninja video, only this time have bystander reactions in it as well. i want to know what a recreational skier does when their slope gets ninjed right in front of their eyes.
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    yeah, normally i'd get a quote, but couldn't be bothered.
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    His bo isn't straight, if you look closely. Also, if you look even more closely, you'd see it's more of a stick than a bo because a bo has a slight taper at the ends.

    For comparison:
    YouTube- Bo Kata 1 - Shushi no Kon
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    Quote Originally Posted by helmutlvx View Post
    His bo isn't straight, if you look closely. Also, if you look even more closely, you'd see it's more of a stick than a bo because a bo has a slight taper at the ends.

    For comparison:
    YouTube- Bo Kata 1 - Shushi no Kon
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    aaaaghg ****

    Isn't the taper so it can be twirled faster for flashy kata competitions but actually makes it less useful for hitting someone on the head with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by White Kimbo View Post

    i don't get the bamboo flute stuff. what does that have to do with ninjing?
    Scares away the bears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arskanator View Post
    Scares away the bears.
    Which is important, since he always has food with him.

    Kukishin doesn't really have much in common with Okinawan bo kata, even so, there is a distinct lack of focus there, which you expect in any weapon art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoj View Post
    Which is important, since he always has food with him.
    Or they might be lured by the layer of bacon grease that he naturally excretes at all times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arskanator View Post
    Or they might be lured by the layer of bacon grease that he naturally excretes at all times.
    Thats actually his magic anti grappling ninja superpower.

    I wouldn't mock if I were you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by White Kimbo View Post
    YouTube- 159-KAMIYAMA KUKISHIN RYU ROKUSHAKUBO 3 METHODS OF THRUSTING AND BOJUTSU DEMONSTRATION

    also, can anybody comment on his bo staff skills? i'm seeing improvement, but i don't know enough about weapons to know if it's crap or not (obviously it's crap for aliveness, but i'm talking about just regular kata technique).

    In the first few exercises he is too static, and his movements come from the shoulders, and not from the center.

    In the freestyle towards the end, you see him spinning the staff around a lot. While there is nothing wrong with spinning a staff, the correct way to do so is with the use of the body, and stances, not just spinning the staff with your arms.

    Here is a video with an example of good staff skills. Admittedly, it is a different style then Jason Stork claims to practice, but it is a very good example of good staff work.

    YouTube- Kung Fu - Shaolin Staff

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