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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    Depends on who you're fighting...
    Meaning I'd have a vulnerability to be subbed via armbar by some fighters? Sure, if they were top level and had already knocked me senseless with strikes. At that point, they can basically pick the poison of how to finish it since all guard is down. If we are simply in a ground battle, I'm pretty safe against it if my focus is defending it. My Gable grip backed with core tension is going to withstand just about any attempt to separate my hands. That said, if you're too focused on defending a certain move, you're either susceptible positionally to other subs and if not right then, definitely when your opponent transitions towards setting up a sub and you don't respond accordingly.

    How much time have you spent on the mat (not just your back, as it's clear that's your pastime), in a cage (your affinity for bondage doesn't count) or even on a heavy bag? If it's substantial, then by all means jump into our convo with valued input. If not, then see your way out of it and stick to discussions focused on your infamous stomping grounds and other assorted grabass of questionable origin.

  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by ChavezYChavez View Post
    The blocked word was D-I-C-k
    Next time just use the synonym "BCN". Pretty sure the system won't block it unless he makes fun of waterbaby. Then it's a week in the sin bin like Atant.

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    How much time have you spent on the mat (not just your back, as it's clear that's your pastime), in a cage (your affinity for bondage doesn't count) or even on a heavy bag? If it's substantial, then by all means jump into our convo with valued input. If not, then see your way out of it and stick to discussions focused on your infamous stomping grounds and other assorted grabass of questionable origin.
    So you're saying if someone doesn't have substantial experience with something, they should perhaps moderate their own input into a conversation about said subject? I agree. Keep that in mind when you assess the value of your input into every single thread you read.

  4. #64
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    Let's all start pounding our chests and jumping up and down! HAHAHA, LOOOUUUUD NOOOIIISES!!!!!

    No seriously, anybody is welcome to the discussion, but just know what your talking about is all he's saying (I think), if you don't have enough knowledge of said subject then ask questions rather than form blind opinions.

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    How much time have you spent on the mat (not just your back, as it's clear that's your pastime), in a cage (your affinity for bondage doesn't count) or even on a heavy bag? If it's substantial, then by all means jump into our convo with valued input. If not, then see your way out of it and stick to discussions focused on your infamous stomping grounds and other assorted grabass of questionable origin.
    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    How much time have you spent in the water (not just your back, as it's clear that's your pastime), on a longboard (your affinity for bondage doesn't count) or even on a shortboard? If it's substantial, then by all means jump into our convo with valued input. If not, then see your way out of it and stick to discussions focused on your infamous stomping grounds and other assorted grabass of questionable origin.
    There fixed that for ya

  6. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by bungalowparkbob View Post
    So you're saying if someone doesn't have substantial experience with something, they should perhaps moderate their own input into a conversation about said subject? I agree. Keep that in mind when you assess the value of your input into every single thread you read.
    Any convo is up for grabs by anyone who can offer valued input or at least ask meaningful questions that perpetuate the discussion. Pee Wee Herman was throwing out some oppositional junk just to start crap and I responded in a fairly reasonable way.

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by goosemagoo View Post
    There fixed that for ya
    Nice red type. Are you a librarian or a math teacher (aka math-magician)??

    To answer your questions-
    water time: 400+ hours
    on a longboard over 8': not a chance brah
    on a 7'4 to 7'7: ~150 hours
    on a SB: ~250 hours

    Ya brah, long enough to jump in a fair amount of convos with the understanding that I'm not exactly KS but not exactly flapping my webbed gloves aimlessly either. As for the LB threads I jump into, I'm either throwing jokes out there like so many on here do or I'm asking legit questions about them to learn more.

    But feel free to do your nerdy research through the archives then apply your red pen to my past posts brah!