Discussion in 'Weapons' started by SubNoobPhanatic, Jun 15, 2013.
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I dunno. This got my lady all kinds of...interested.
Gilbert Gottfried is one of the funniest guys I watch, but it took me a long time to "get" him
It depends on what you're into. Personally, I think you'd be best served by hearing Eric Cartman. Respect mah authoritah!!!!!
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftMb7wLrqsw"]Gilbert Gottfried Does Andrew Dice Clay - YouTube[/ame]
Being as I actually laugh at Dice Clay too I found this impression awesome!
Ye gods, could you be any more dense - and wrong?
Being a martial artist I would prefer more hands motions and small chain like Fundo-Kusari to defend.
So is it just something about this thread that makes people post things that make no sense?
Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra.....
Star Trek: Next Generation. That episode where Picard is stranded with the other captain whose culture communicates exclusively through mutually referenced metaphor from their stories.
Sokath, his eyes uncovered
Shaka, when the walls fell.
There's no hope for any of us. You're clear on this, yes?
I'm digging back a long way in the thread, but I just checked out your link. That's a lot of weapons to learn! But then, I noticed this:
Is that some kind of zen riddle? Does it make the sound of one hand clapping? Can you use one to dig half a hole?
What happens if you grab the wrong end of the single-ended staff? Is it like splitting the atom?
At a fundamental level it's a method of usage, dealing with grip and application. Single and double ended staff are terms equivalent to quarterstaff and halfstaff in English MA. However, that said the staff typically used for double ended technique is akin to a Bo, the staff used for single ended technique is longer (2-3 metres) and tapered.
Cheers, that makes more sense. I thought that might be what it meant. Still, I think I prefer my idea : P
That's not a very fun definition. I like ScottUK's and Heraclius' better. Just sayin'.
I'm sure you'll find tons of options that fit those criteria.
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