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  • Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
    G man can't mean the isopropyl type? He was probably sipping something 80-100 proof ...
    naw man...sometimes I run out of the good stuff and have to resort to mouthwash and aquanet.

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    • yeah you know what works for cuts that i got on my hands and knuckles and other places from boxing and stuff is this http://www.balancedforhealth.com/cellpretoria.htm read what they say about it. i use it all the time it works pretty damn well. if you put it in a cut its pretty much the worst sting you have ever had in your life. it actually takes the dirt in the cut and spits it out.

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      • Cayenne pepper, or yarrow.

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        • Originally posted by mr goodcat View Post
          clearly a martial art mind is not logic, you do not see literally the messages handed down by master by sage by shogun by what ever. you may be tired of hearing about oh bruce lee did this! bruce lee did that!. when none of this or that really matters. what does, is to understand WHY he did these things and to understand the messages he gave along with them. not to neglect them and look at his amazing physical physique. the only reason he became who he was is because he had the mind, the wisdom to allow him not to be bounded by what everyone else here is bound by. a mold, a set way of doing this that cripples self- expression. bruce lee was a human like any other. he asked himself one day '' how do i express myself, totally and completely?'' he searched for years for this matter, and he developed his character through martial arts. simply by expressing himself. he didnt teach JKD so that his students can beat someone up, but by simply showing them an abstract reality then guiding them through building their character through it totally and completely, becoming whole, jkd became a way to look at things through the mind. there was no action being performed except the action in itself. and to step aside and see what he could get out of it was obsurd to him. his beliefs, and philosophical messages were formed directly from his self expression of his human art. his highest technique become no technicque and ultimately become one through the actions and motions of the art which he performed. thus he liberated himself of his '' self'' so then, there was nothing he was attached to anymore.


          This guy was funny. What happened to him?

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          • He's in Congress now.

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              • Originally posted by mr goodcat View Post

                are you inferring something about philosophy? if you respect it then fine but if u think philosophers are a bunch of self delusional escaped mental patients as well then why do you practice martial art? dont you know its a philosophy as much as it is an art?
                So finally someone said it.

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                • this is funny.

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