Discussion in 'Kenpo' started by DAnjo, Nov 25, 2007.
I hope you realise I was talking about pinochio.
I go with the theory mentioned earlier in this thread that it's a training philosophy to encourage good strong technique. Or to take advantage of the few opportunities that you might have.
Never really bought the "one hit kill" thing - I think it's become a kind of urban myth - like calling a shuto a "Karate chop" and thinking we can chop through bricks.
Jealous much? And was the "tickling" crack directed at me or my old school? lol!
Or should I say "shuto" through bricks
Elektro- You mean you CAN'T Shuto through bricks?
No, I prefer the one finger chi approach personally, call me lazy ..... or I just kiai them in half.
This from an Austrailian?
Big nose, small hose?
Does your old school wear the "G Pride" patch too (Guangxi Pride).
You might want to spell Australian correctly if you're trying for intelligent wit
You making up club names for us now??
Dan's just ****ed off cause you are authentic Kaju because Sijo said so and he is Kaju cause a Professor said so. He'll get over it and want to join the cool kids club soon enough. If not, just pull rank on him and call him a stupid student black who knows nothing.
Go eat a Kangaroo.
Let's just all be friends. I wouldn't want to get into it with James.
James likes fighting. I don't think he'd mind...
I've seen the vids, and he looks really tough. Good job on those vids James!
Indeed. Not point fighting
Heck no it isn't. Tough guy for sure!
Ah, family fights. There so much more entertaining when they leave the house and go out into the street.
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