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  • Gezere
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    GOING TO HAPPEN? That shit DID happen back win JCVD release KICKBOXER!!!

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  • Emevas
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    Originally posted by Jeice
    Y'see, the cream of it all is that in 50 yrs there will be schools everywhere and kids in schoolgrounds saying "don't mess with me man! I know mma!!!" and striking a lidell victory pose for a fighting stance... oh the humanity, the mma moms, the light contact mma tournaments... it will be so sweet. :headbang:
    I honestly forsee this. I know it's gonna happen with Muay Thai with the release of Onk Bak.

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  • Jeice
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    Y'see, the cream of it all is that in 50 yrs there will be schools everywhere and kids in schoolgrounds saying "don't mess with me man! I know mma!!!" and striking a lidell victory pose for a fighting stance... oh the humanity, the mma moms, the light contact mma tournaments... it will be so sweet. :headbang:

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  • Jaguar Wong
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    Originally posted by Sophist
    Years ago, I heard a (probably highly embellished) tale of a Japanese game show. Contestants were strapped to a trolley, and told that the trolley was going to be run through a cage of wild animals. Once they were all psyched up, the trolley was set rolling; roars and growls were played back at high volume and game show staff hiding below the line of sight of the trolley reached up to swat at the contestants with tiger paws on sticks.
    I don't know the Japanese name of the show, but in the states it was called "Endurance". That one was great because they showed the contestants what happens when they rolled a chunk of meat through with real tigers in the cages. Then as the contestants were going through, they did the paws on sticks thing. But I guess that's way off topic.

    They also tied a dummy on a post in the middle of a bull fighting arena, and had a bull charge full bore through it, then had the contestants (with their backs turned to the door) tied to the post, standing there as long as possible when the heard the bull coming before they lost their nerve and bolted to safety. But the "bull" was a goofy looking cart or something like that with realistic bull sounds playing as it charged the guys. Classic Japanese TV hijinx.

    Can't say if you'll be the one with the paw on a stick, though. Omega (the real tiger) will determine that I imagine.

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  • Sophist
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    Originally posted by Knightmare
    Atleast you didn't mock him to his face
    Of course not.

    My judo dojo is a place of love, peace and harmony. Grown men embrace each other tenderly, and try to make the earth move for one another. Well, more "out from under one another" than "for one another", but whatever.

    So why mock him on Bullshido?

    Years ago, I heard a (probably highly embellished) tale of a Japanese game show. Contestants were strapped to a trolley, and told that the trolley was going to be run through a cage of wild animals. Once they were all psyched up, the trolley was set rolling; roars and growls were played back at high volume and game show staff hiding below the line of sight of the trolley reached up to swat at the contestants with tiger paws on sticks.

    I've noticed vague similarities with the Bullshido newbie treatment program. Given the choice between being the man on the trolley, or the man poking him, I know which I'd rather be. So consider this as me turning up for the first time fresh-faced, hopeful and holding up my own tiger paw on a stick.

    Besides, if I made him run home crying and never come back, I would never fulfill my ambition to make him my ne-waza bitch.

    On a more serious note, I figure that the judo will knock a lot of the Bullshido out of him, and as he both survived the session and made it to the pub, he'll probably stay. It's the people who go home and don't stay to be indoctrinated while drunk who disappear.
    Last edited by Sophist; 3/11/2005 9:44pm, .

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  • Knightmare
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    Originally posted by Emevas
    I fixed it for you.
    Either way.

    I was going to argue that not to mock him because we need more exposure with MMA but fuck it, one kid that thinks Wing Chun is good doesnt matter.

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  • Poop Loops
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    What the hell is with all the hot asian women in avatars???

    He's doing Judo, he's on the right path. Just gradually get all that other nonsense out of his head and he'll be fine.

    PL

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  • Emevas
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    Originally posted by Knightmare
    You should have mocked him to his face

    I fixed it for you.

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  • Knightmare
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    Atleast you didn't mock him to his face

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  • MEGA JESUS-SAMA
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    It's really effective for the street
    [ str33t, glass, lava, chi, and multiple opponent jokes ]

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  • Emevas
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    It seems more like he's trying to test his style rather than learn though...

    I suggest first class pwnage every class, then following him home in a car and locking a flying triangle on him from behind as he enters the door. Then tie him to a chair and force him to watch you pheonix eye his brother.

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  • Jaguar Wong
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    I wish I could properly picture the chimp-in-charge-of-the-steering-wheel technique. He may be fooling himself about the home schooled MMA thing, but at least he's taking a huge step towards correcting that by actually studying a style that uses live training.

    Hopefully he'll stick around long enough to be "awakened".

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  • Luan
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    LOL! :eusa_danc

    +rep

    So... with this newfound insight from draft 2. It seems his intentions are good, but still misguided. WILL YOU BE HIS JEBUS?
    Last edited by Luan; 3/11/2005 2:43pm, .

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  • En
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    You complete me.

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  • Sophist
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    Originally posted by En
    Your story sucked.

    Where were the ninjas and exploding cattle and most importantly, bukakke?

    I need to shit now.
    I'm sorry.

    Draft 2:

    All this happened last night, so I thought I'd bang it down while it was still fairly clear in my head. I can't promise the dialogue or action bears any resemblance to the reality of what happened, but I feel on a spiritual level there's a close connection.

    The class is over. People are cooling down, and the mat's pretty full; we've attracted some new people tonight. I spy a fresh-faced white belt in a natty black gi standing in a space by himself, squatting low with his arm extended out in front of him. He wiggles his fingertips and squints, his expression constipated.

    My curiosity piqued, I go over to have a word with him.

    Me: "Hey, what's that you're doing there?"
    Him: "Oh. I'm working on my new technique."
    Me: "Show me."

    He points the outstretched arm toward me, and his hand convulses a couple of times like a dead fish connected to a power socket. His facial muscles tense until I begin to fear his head will implode.

    Nothing happens.

    Him: "I'm projecting my chi. Can you feel it?"
    Me: "Uh, not really. Here, let me try."

    I demonstrate my chi techniques and then show him a chi ball projection. He makes a few comments on chi that I don't quite remember.

    Me: "I'm no expert on chi, but I think this works quite well. I call it my Exploding Cow technique. Hey, do you have a kung fu background?"
    Him: "No, no. I do ninjitsu."

    In the changing rooms, the conversation continues. He complains about how tired he is, and how sore his stomach is from people hitting his arm's pressure points. I grin, tell him he'll toughen up with time. And he needs toughening; out of his black gi he looks like a seventy year old man.

    Heading up to the pub, I finally get round to asking how long he's been doing ninjitsu.

    Him: "Oh. Well, really, it's just me and my brother. We fight all the time. I'm not, you know, going anywhere for it."
    Me: "Ah, I see."
    Him: "I'm developing my own style, incorporating a lot of other Japanese martial arts."
    Me: "Yeah?"
    Him: "My favourite is a style - I don't know if you've heard of it - called bukkake. It's really effective for the street. It's got this very fast fluid chi projection. Bam bam bam!"
    He lowers his hands to his crotch and makes some sort of very fast piston movement back and forth.

    It was a very Bullshido moment.

    Summary for those who can't be bothered reading anything but the ending:
    Doing chain punching + chi projection with your brother = bukkake.

    En: Better?
    Last edited by Sophist; 3/11/2005 2:41pm, .

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