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  1. Adam Alexander is offline

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    Someone think of a cool name for it pls.
    "Ki down: Heaven and Earth to go"
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    bitchslapper - ugh,i meant tori...anyway,because in aikido demonstrations (and training) the attacker usually runs at you with a knife hand from 2 m that's why. Watch some on youtube.

    I think this statement supports your argument. I would also add that the OP should take up a non-contact sport like Aikido just so he stops getting kicked in the head so much.
    I've only been kicked in the head like 10 times for 2 years. My defense is impregnable bro.
    But no,seriously,i always protect my head.
    Anyway.check this out: Gross revenue HK$60,739,847
    US$ 42,776,760
    this is the gross revenue for Shaolin Soccer. Fireball is still new,but considering the popularity of thai boxing right now it would probably beat SS. There was also a japanese martial arts baseball movie (btw what IS WITH the japanese and baseball anyway...) which was also pretty sucessful IIRC. So if you stop being a player hater for a second and think about it a movie about aikido and football is a great idea,since it would bring a lot of money,if you take in account that aikido is also pretty darn popular, get Steven Seagal to star in it and you can retire.
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    A movie sounds like a great idea. If Adam Sandler can make football films, Steven Segal should at least be given a chance right?

    IRL, sounds kind of iffy. Maybe for a crap team that isn't winning any games anyways, it might be a good experiment.
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    So i was watching a bunch of tough sweaty men bumping into each other and chasing the ol' pigskin and... i can't even contain myself i think i'm about to ejacuate
    Quote Originally Posted by takedowned
    Someone think of a cool name for it pls.
    it's called 'the ghey,' and you've caught it.
  5. Lindz is online now

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    Quote Originally Posted by takedowned View Post
    bitchslapper - ugh,i meant tori...anyway,because in aikido demonstrations (and training) the attacker usually runs at you with a knife hand from 2 m that's why. Watch some on youtube.
    Tori's the one who does the technique and "wins" right? So you're saying being unusually large and powerful will make you good at aikido. I'm still not following you.
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    Posted On:
    11/11/2009 4:24pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by nohero View Post
    it's called 'the ghey,' and you've caught it.

    edit: tori's the attacker,don't get your panties in a bunch
  7. Lindz is online now

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    Ok that's the opposite of the useage I know. Can we use English terms instead like winner and loser or ass kicker and ass kickee?
    So if I understand you when you said
    My poit was a professional football player (yes that's american football for you smart guys) is a dream uke for every aikidoka.

    You meant a person who does aikido would have an easier time applying aikido to a pro football player than say soem guy off the street?
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    there's all kinds of guys in the streets :)
    i meant football tackles can be countered by aikido guys faily easy.
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    IC. well im glad we cleared that up. please elaborate on how that is
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    Posted On:
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    sure, and a hunting knife is a good defense against a grizzly bear.

    this conversation is stupid. you started it off as a seeming joke, but now you want us to answer seriously?

    alright. if you have the ball, you're trying to advance it. 11 guys are trying to break you in half. good luck with your aikido counters.

    if you don't have the ball, nobody wants to tackle you. feel free to aikido your way off the field.

    can we stop now?
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