Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by checkii, Nov 7, 2007.
So how in the hell is everyone doing today? I am freaking bored. Someone entertain.
The Flow Chart was
thank you kind sir.
ah that's pure excellence
my god. have to go to an hour long session on immigration. holy shit this is gonna be boring.
it wasnt as bad as i thought. but god damn immigration lawyers use acronyms for everything.
No gym partner for Lunch FTL
i am enjoying looking at the bruises on my right arm from judo throws last night.
I wish I could see bruises on my arms. Sometimes I worry that I could have a rash or something and never knwo it.
candy is my weakness. i'm back on the eating right wagon, but today is birthday day at work so there will be a dozen cold stone ice cream cakes here at 4pm.
i feel bumps sometimes but cant tell if there's anythign there. My right leg too. I will see bruising all over my left shin from checking, but then i dont see anything on m,y right shin from getting checked. weird.
My new good find is Trader Joe's. I buy a ton of packaged fish there so I have a giant bag of frozen scallops, swordfish, tuna, etc ready to be eaten. and it's shockingly way cheaper than buying organic chicken.
yeah, just MT and failed misserably at my only attempt at bjj. :*(
It does. Case in point Timmy vs. AA III. I dont think he broke his foot, but he fucked it up royally on timmy's knee.
Really the main concept is, never kick with your foot. If the foot ends up being the point of contact, it's gonna hurt no matter what.
It does get surprisingly pliable after years of contact. The first time you kick the heavy bag wrong you wont walk right for a few days. After a few years it doesnt bother you.
The only big risks are having someone's knee check your kick on your foot. or having the wrong distance and high kicking them in the head with your foot.
The knee is the far greater of these evils because the head has a far smaller weight and stability behind it, so while it hurts the foot, the head also move and gives a ton, where as someone's knee (weighted, or lifted for a check) has a lot more behind it.
not sure if that made sense.
oh, and catching an elbow on a rib kick sucks bad, but that's why you really should turn your hips more. Dutch style kickboxer's are a lot more prone to that one.
because of their head. It gives a lot. and usually when i see him make contact with his foot or instep, he is coming up at a steep angle, so the foot makes contact, then continues on. So my assumption would be that its a combination of his very long history of kickboxing and having very flexible feet, the angle his kicks tend to come at, and the fact that the person's head is moving with the force, so the collision is less than it would be if the item was in a fixed position.
i've broken my hand, but never my foot. far more week points in the hand.
I don't have time for your mickey-mouse bullshit! I've got work to do today.
God I wish my company was big enough to where I could relocate. I am so fucking bored in this city it is crazy.
I have been busy at work all day
and I made the AK Usage chart posted earlier.
i dont like mosquitos or bridges that fall.
Really want to be in the PNW or back in the Bay Area, but seems like i'm stuck
I live in south west Georgia. Trust me, it could be much worse
true. then again, you guys have a chance of owning a home. I cant save more than $1 a month.
i've always heard great things about the Minneapolis.
cant wait for this day to be over. 2 more hours then its sitting in traffic for an hour, then its just me on the couch studying.
glad I'm in college and not working
can't imagine how bored you guys are
help me find a financial analyst position in dallas
i love where i live, places like san diego would be wonderful for the wheather and to be by the ocean but damn the housing prices aren't worth it for me, i'll stay in the midwest.
east coast can blow me, i hated living in New york
and as far as minnestoa is concerned, fuck that, i was unfortunate enough to live in northern iowa for awhile and that was cold enough, minnestoa would just be too damn cold
Hmm whos got a job for a programmer/systems analyst in the US?