Thread: The Quote Graveyard
8/29/2006 4:08pm, #161
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- Jul 2005
Originally Posted by BatRonin in "Back Mount Moves" thread Jul 05
The best move from the back mount is to play with their nipples, maybe pinching, some twirling.
And don't forget to get wood, everyone just loves the feel of hard man meat up against their back.
Whisper into their ear how good they feel, ask them if they have been working out, state how firm their buttocks feel.
Start to breath heavy.
And remeber, its not gay, its BJJ !!
Reply from hedgehogey:
Question: Whenever anybody else is talking, why do you feel it's your duty to run in while wearing a thong and start humping the couch?
8/31/2006 8:21pm, #162Originally Posted by Vulgar42Ox
With a lisp?? Ooooh."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
9/01/2006 11:58pm, #163
Here is one my Judo coach told me on Thurday night:
"Go easy. If you hurt him, I will hurt you. On second thoughts it doesn't matter I'll still hurt you either way".Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
9/02/2006 9:40pm, #164
Originally Posted by Fish3069:
"Asia, Did you throat punch the fuckin poser?"
"No but there were times I really wanted to choke him. I don't think he wanted anything to do with me when I got out the car. I think he was hoping my BJJ coach was me and I was just back up. When he realized I was the guy he was speaking to on the net his demeanor changed."
I'll bet it fucking changed.:icon_salu :lookround :eusa_pray"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
9/04/2006 12:25am, #165
"He was so scared of your effective martial arts defamation campaign that he took his own life. How does that make you feel?" - The Wastrel 2003
"Truthfully? I believe God made him do it. In either case, the worlds better off with one less wacko stylist polluting it. :new_let_i" - Kungfoolss 2003
Wastrel commenting on the death of Gary Sloan, 41, who was killed after standing on a railroad track in a karate stance as the oncoming train rumbled toward him.
9/04/2006 12:29am, #166
"Who in their right mind can now dispute my assertion that only the Manure of society flock to and congregate under the banner of the theory-based stylistic arts?"
"I personally don't take a great degree of pride in crushing the martial arts opposition to my views in the arena of intellectual debate. The problem being, that many of you mental midgets in the martial arts community have the IQ's equivalent to those of dried bird droppings."
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9/04/2006 12:36am, #167
"So, if you want to learn a language, just start using words or 'pre-constructed' sentences and you'll just pick it up through trial-and-error, becoming fluent. Right? To equate that to fighting, it's the same as believing that if you spend enough time performing movements in some sort of choreographed manner, you'll be able to become proficient in fighting.
I'm going to guess that they bought/learned that from their respective 'masters'. I don't think that I need tell anyone here that following some rote method is not an intelligent way to learn any skill.
Education (principles) + Practice (limited application) = Proper Skill Development
"Katas" and "forms" are the crib notes of the martial arts world... typically employed by the unmotivated and undereducated. While I am sure that they were invaluable for transmitting knowledge among those lacking literacy, the wealth of written information that is available in this modern age, makes such methods obsolete. Want to learn strategy and tactics? Turn to the wealth of written knowledge by military and security professionals. What about sound mechanics?
Look to modern kinesiological research. Everything that you need for a sound education is available in detail. These are sound principles. You won't find them in some 'dead' sequence of movements. As for practice, it's acknowledged that people tend to do as they train... so if your training is unrealistic, based upon some ill-concieved or 'mis-interpreted' methodology, you will not be prepared for reality. Proper training comes from sound principles, not the other way around.
Experience is the harshest teacher and is never consistent. Yet, if you rely upon techniques, it is the only path available."
9/15/2006 9:32am, #168Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
And thanks to Wounded Ronin for using some of this in his sig and bringing my attention to the thread (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...t=35327&page=7)
Originally Posted by KidspatulaOriginally Posted by ClydeOriginally Posted by Dai Tenshi"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
9/16/2006 2:09am, #169Originally Posted by patfromlogan
Besides, you have to admit the second quote is pretty funny.
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9/17/2006 12:07am, #170
there is a tradition in mas that one is called a master by one's students, not one's self.
Drawing attention to one's self, is part of the definition of bullshido....