Thread: Fear and How to Control It
5/12/2010 12:41pm, #41
5/12/2010 12:49pm, #42
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Yeah but then Mr.Miyagi showed those fools what really time it was!
On a side note, last time I was in Vegas I thought I saw Pat Morita at a craps table in the Hilton, a crowd was gathered around him, he was wearing cargo shorts and a hawaiian shirt , later on I mentioned it and somebody told me he was dead.
So I guess my question is, how much do you think a Mr.Miyagi impersonator/greeter makes at a casino?
5/13/2010 10:29am, #43
Good point by Kovacs on competition. I'd mentioned sparring, but the next natural level to go is competition. And I'd encourage not just kick boxing and/or grappling/MMA, the local "point" karate tournaments tend to often look like the "good old days" with with hard slamming take downs and plenty of contact (way too much, in sr division - us old farts hate losing and have evidently learned nothing about control, after all these years - amusing to hear 30 year old ref lecturing old [higher rank] farts about contact level).
"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
5/17/2010 12:21pm, #44
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