Thread: Justice is a Ground Fighter
9/04/2009 11:28am, #1
Justice is a Ground Fighter
Yeah, so, some bad motherfuckers decided to do their part in cleaning up the streets. And one of them is a "juijustu expert", though the headline on the cover of the paper stated "Wanted Man Held by Karate Experts" (which is of course enough to make everyone's WTF radar go off).
Anyway, apparently some con man was victimizing cats on the local scene. Now who you gonna call? Ghostbusters? Nah, **** that ****, them motherfuckers is retired. The police? Nah, them motherfuckers too busy trying to squeeze bribes out of traffic violators and jerk off into donuts.
So if you really want it done, you can call on the crime catching quintuplet, the Onda Ground. ****, that name is so pun-tastically beautiful that you would think I came up with that ****. You know, because they're underground, and they fight on the ground, you know. I'm assuming I don't have to explain this because most people that can read aren't that retarded, but whatever, I like to be safe sometimes.
Anyway, here's the link:
BJJ is not only good for self defence and fitness, but also can help you apprehend criminals.
Oh my word, this **** is fucking insane.
Last edited by The Question; 9/04/2009 11:45am at .Originally Posted by Goju - joe
9/04/2009 11:34am, #2
I would have loved to see them 'convince' him to get in the car.
9/04/2009 11:55am, #3
9/04/2009 12:06pm, #4
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9/04/2009 1:02pm, #5
Whenever martial artists fight crime in the comic books, they're outnumbered by like 5 to 1. These guys did it backwards. FAIL.
9/04/2009 1:29pm, #6
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But... but... BJJ doesn't work on the streets...
9/04/2009 4:23pm, #7
I think now would be a good time to bring up the real-life superhero community.
Great article from Rolling Stone on the subject:
When I first heard that people actually did this, I'll be the first to admit I wanted to check some of them out to test if their martial arts skills were legit. I mean, if we have all these guys without good backgrounds doing well in heroics, how much better would people using real skills be?
9/04/2009 4:25pm, #8
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9/04/2009 4:46pm, #9
Does this mean we're all going to have to become super hero's...?"So, yeah, Zen teachers may well insult you, work you to the bone, hit you with sticks, shout verbal abuse at you, and punch the **** out of you.
And when the ****'s been punched out of you, you might just find that you're far better-off without it." - Vieux Normand
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9/04/2009 4:58pm, #10