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Deeticky

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#303 - So does that mean if an 18 year old man repeatedly has sex wit…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/19/2014 on gg feminists 0
User avatar #305 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
..that would be the definition of statutory, yes.
User avatar #309 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
Ok, I wasn't looking for the definition, but I can see how my question was worded to make it seem like I was.

What I'm trying to say is that in a case like the hypothetical example I mentioned in my previous comment, the state would likely pursue higher charges than simple statutory. Statutory is most often used in cases involving adolescents. Also, if the older person holds a position of authority over the minor (like a teacher), then it would likely be prosecuted as rape of a child, ( the child being between 3-13 years of age), which is a class-A felony and punishable by a minimum of 25 years in prison. Even if rape of a child wasn't used, the perp could still be charged with criminal sexual conduct in the first degree (which carries up to 30 years in prison and/or a fine of $40,000).
User avatar #310 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
I knew what you were asking
User avatar #312 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
Then why did you reply as if I had been asking for the literal definition?
User avatar #313 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
Because if I voice my opinion on the topic I'd either be labelled a feminazi or a paedophile, which I'd rather avoid.
#320 - anonexplains (04/19/2014) [-]
And now you just seem like a dumb cunt.
#321 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
User avatar #323 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
That guy is just a troll.
User avatar #324 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
I guess that was obvious enough.
User avatar #318 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
I certainly wouldn't call you either of those things. I know I've been called a lot of mean names on the internet for voicing my opinion on various issues. I've been called a feminazi myself simply because I think women have it harder than men in a lot of ways. I just want to see equality. I don't let the names get to me. I would hope you don't either. I've found that the more respectful I am towards others, even if they make me mad, the better they treat me. I've actually gotten a few people to apologize for calling me names, and on the internet, that's a pretty big deal.
User avatar #319 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
You misunderstand, it's not from fear of the name, but for apathy. I know what it will lead to and I can't be bothered being just.
User avatar #322 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
Ok., with respect, doesn't that simply make you part of the problem as opposed to part of the solution? I guess I hold a personal belief that people who complain or stress over an issue, but then don't at least try something to solve it are hypocrites. Again, I'm not trying to be hostile, but I feel like you're intelligent enough to realize that your opinions are either wrong or right, and the only way you can find that out is by voicing them, and thereby subjecting them to discourse.
User avatar #327 - thirdjess (04/19/2014) [-]
I realise that guy was a troll, I wasn't born yesterday.

I do not do nothing, but this is not the place to do something. What would me telling you that up until recently I was friends with a paedophile change, hm? What good would me telling you that I sign up to various petition sites and spend a good portion of my day signing the ones I deem relevant, do? Funnyjunk is a waste of energy and a happy distraction, but it is rarely ever the forum of intelligent discussion - I learnt that the hard way. Outside of a few smart assed comments, or answering questions where I can, I tend to reserve my intelligent conversation for elsewhere.
User avatar #335 - Deeticky (04/19/2014) [-]
See, even if it was obvious, I was just trying to do something nice by telling you that the guy was a troll. I know you realize that, but sometimes it just helps to know that others see through his crap too, I guess.

I will tell you that Funnyjunk can often be a forum for intelligent discussion. I've had hundreds of them on here. You just have to be respectful and open to others' ideas. It's obvious that you've had experiences related to this matter that I haven't had, such as being friends with a pedophile. What would telling me others about it accomplish? Well, for starters it could offer us some unique/rare perspectives on the issue. I know I've had my opinions changed before by people who showed me their own perspective. I also know that simply talking about things which are emotionally significant to you can be therapeutic, especially on the internet where you don't have to worry about how others perceive you. On the other hand, if you want funnyjunk to be just a happy distraction, then that's your choice, but I think that you opened the door for a discussion like we're having with your initial comment. If you'd like to tell me your story and opinions, I'd love to hear them.
#176 - There are just as many creative people out there as there alwa… 04/19/2014 on Creepy +3
#180 - Picture 04/15/2014 on .......... +1
#179 - People just bitch a lot in general. It doesn't … 04/15/2014 on .......... +1
#136 - Normally, you'd be right, but in Minnesota, it actually is jus… 04/09/2014 on The human gif (description) 0
#162 - Interesting comp, but it's not OC, dude. These pictures weren'… 03/31/2014 on OC Random Stuff Comp pt.3... 0
#137 - I wasn't trying to say that teen pregnancies should always lea…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/30/2014 on How little sense... 0
#142 - feddafella (04/01/2014) [-]
Oh, okay. Well then no doubts for the thumb. Thank you for the clarification! C:
#59 - Here's the problem with that. People who have the hi…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/30/2014 on How little sense... +15
#75 - feddafella (03/30/2014) [-]
Thumb for free/subsidised contraception. Disputing with myself whether it's appropriate though for assuming teen pregnancies should lead to marriage.
User avatar #137 - Deeticky (03/30/2014) [-]
I wasn't trying to say that teen pregnancies should always lead to marriage, (Those marriages don't tend to work out) if that's what you're saying. I'm sorry if it looked that way. What I was saying is that single-motherhood is more expensive for us than contraception, since the child-support system isn't great and supporting children is an extremely expensive and time consuming effort that most people simply cannot handle alone.
#142 - feddafella (04/01/2014) [-]
Oh, okay. Well then no doubts for the thumb. Thank you for the clarification! C:
#71 - Protip: If you're gonna troll, don't put the word "bait&q… 03/30/2014 on duuuude -3
#236 - Thank you, friend. 03/30/2014 on the aftermath of war 0
#232 - I'm gonna need a source on this before I just take it as fact.  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2014 on the aftermath of war 0
User avatar #234 - themanwithnoplan (03/30/2014) [-]
A quick google search tells me the photo is held in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, so there's that.

Here's one from another photographer taken from the back of the theatre: digitalassets.ushmm.org/photoarchives/detail.aspx?id=1175239&search=&index=3
User avatar #236 - Deeticky (03/30/2014) [-]
Thank you, friend.
#292 - No problem, man. I know what you mean. I''ve encountered quite… 03/28/2014 on (untitled) 0
#290 - Our karate is fairly non-traditional too. We tend to kick like… 03/27/2014 on (untitled) 0
#263 - Yes, the tournaments are sport, but that doesn't mean the comp… 03/26/2014 on (untitled) +1
#261 - I don't see why you don't count BJJ as a martial art. I've bee…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #283 - tripscausedthis (03/26/2014) [-]
what kind of karate? I'm a third degree blue in bjj and teach the beginners class and the kids at my club,. I also do a freestyle karate (non traditional) and go for my shodan this weekend.
User avatar #290 - Deeticky (03/27/2014) [-]
Our karate is fairly non-traditional too. We tend to kick like tkd fighters, but our stance, blocks, and hand attacks are much more karate oriented. Every Wednesday, I teach a class to the karate students that incorporates BJJ as well. That's always a lot of fun.

It's awesome to hear that you're in both martial arts like me. I hope your Shodan test goes well!
User avatar #279 - nustix (03/26/2014) [-]
Ok, sorry I might have been a little bit out of place but from what I see of BJJ it's a bunch of ripped dudes picking the sport which will break bones the most easily, rather than picking a martial arts full of tradition and elegance like Japanese Jiu Jitsu, or Aikido. When I was looking for martial arts which I liked most people responded saying things like the guy above: "Yeah but how will that function in a streetfight"
User avatar #292 - Deeticky (03/28/2014) [-]
No problem, man. I know what you mean. I''ve encountered quite a few of the roid ragers at tournaments before, and they tend to crap all over tradition. There's still a large BJJ community though who adhere to the traditions created by Grandmaster Helio Gracie. But I understand how it can be annoying when some people only focus on "how would that function on da street?" While they ignore all the other important aspects of martial arts.
User avatar #282 - tripscausedthis (03/26/2014) [-]
that's just it man. it ISNT an easy sport. it's the hardest to get a black belt in. its a 10 year run to black belt for 90% of commited practitioners. and as for how it works in the street, BJJ can only be used defensively in the street. it is not an offensive style.
User avatar #284 - nustix (03/26/2014) [-]
I guess the internet isn't a reliable source. I might have just stumbled on a bunch of guys thinking that they should practice BJJ because that can do the most damage. Really if you want to hurt someone on the street you should learn how to use krav maga.
And if BJJ isn't an offensive sport than why did you say that tae kwando is weird for not putting power behind punches?
User avatar #286 - tripscausedthis (03/26/2014) [-]
BJJ isn't an offensive sport in a self defence scenario. Im not using offensive and defensive in the same sense you would striking styles but in an "i know a few styles which would I defend myself with".
I'll give an example. I once had a guy throw a punch at me but i didnt want to fight back so i slipped the first one and thinking it would be safer, clinched him and threw him to the ground to try to pin him and calm him down, at which point his mate swung a glass bottle at me. I could have much mroe easily defended myself with any of the standup stuff I know. infact punching him in the face would have been easier. and again sports based BJJ is much the same as tae kwon do. iof you lose youraself in only the competative aspect it becomes a lot less usable in a real life scenario
#258 - One of my friends had the same experience, except he said &quo… 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
#256 - Yep, all the rules you stated are pretty similar to the ones a… 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
#255 - In my TKD style we've got one steps, but they don't usually in… 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
#254 - Yeah, it's a pretty basic sweep. I don't think I ever implied … 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
#22 - I hear ya, man. Maybe we should just get into Judo so we can s…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/26/2014 on (untitled) +2
User avatar #118 - takesomemorewater (03/26/2014) [-]
What a gent.
#85 - muffinssnuffims (03/26/2014) [-]
Did you guys not have one-steps in your style?

Like 9/10 one-steps in our style of TKD were "this person is in ___ position, coming at you like ___. Put them on the ground in 2 seconds or less with 2 moves or less."
User avatar #255 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
In my TKD style we've got one steps, but they don't usually involve takedowns. In my BJJ style we don't have one steps, but have something very similar called "reflex development" which does incorporate a lot of takedowns.
User avatar #57 - folkflunky (03/26/2014) [-]
No offense but... I don't think you really have to be a pro to do that. I mean, I used that technique back when I was a kid in school.
User avatar #254 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's a pretty basic sweep. I don't think I ever implied that you needed to be really pro to do it, but if I did, I apologize.
User avatar #80 - alfrebecht (03/26/2014) [-]
Cool, now do it against someone who has a stance, knows where to put their weight, and is moving
User avatar #23 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
She got what she deserves.
She was talking to a black belt, what did she expect? Cuddles?
#19 - Yeah, that sounds pretty sweet. I guess the closest thing we h…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/26/2014 on (untitled) +1
User avatar #21 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
Man I bet those were the golden days of TKD sparring haha. It'd require a lot more talent, speed, strength, and skill than today's sparring.
User avatar #101 - penileburglar (03/26/2014) [-]
Not really. The skillset is all the same. The difference is, you're taking a much higher risk of crippling, carreer-ending injuries with every match. Harsher conditions like that create some incredibly tough fighters, but for every one of those created, there's another who won't be fighting anymore.
#22 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
I hear ya, man. Maybe we should just get into Judo so we can sweep reporters to the ground.
User avatar #118 - takesomemorewater (03/26/2014) [-]
What a gent.
#85 - muffinssnuffims (03/26/2014) [-]
Did you guys not have one-steps in your style?

Like 9/10 one-steps in our style of TKD were "this person is in ___ position, coming at you like ___. Put them on the ground in 2 seconds or less with 2 moves or less."
User avatar #255 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
In my TKD style we've got one steps, but they don't usually involve takedowns. In my BJJ style we don't have one steps, but have something very similar called "reflex development" which does incorporate a lot of takedowns.
User avatar #57 - folkflunky (03/26/2014) [-]
No offense but... I don't think you really have to be a pro to do that. I mean, I used that technique back when I was a kid in school.
User avatar #254 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's a pretty basic sweep. I don't think I ever implied that you needed to be really pro to do it, but if I did, I apologize.
User avatar #80 - alfrebecht (03/26/2014) [-]
Cool, now do it against someone who has a stance, knows where to put their weight, and is moving
User avatar #23 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
She got what she deserves.
She was talking to a black belt, what did she expect? Cuddles?
#16 - Maybe this video is older? I know a good amount of TKD tournam…  [+] (12 new replies) 03/26/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #17 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
If it were a fight, the point would be to use Taekwondo to beat the other person by surrender or knockout. Those aren't as common, and they definitely wouldn't use sparring gear.
I'd like to see that kind of stuff though. It's such a tactical form of martial arts, shit would be impressive.
User avatar #19 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, that sounds pretty sweet. I guess the closest thing we have is MMA, but that incorporates a lot of styles. In the older tournaments I was referring to, the point wasn't so much to knock your opponent out per se, but to score points just like today's tournaments. The difference was that KO was also a viable way to win, and there usually weren't penalties for hitting too hard. I know most of them used the protective gear, but it wasn't required in a few.
User avatar #21 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
Man I bet those were the golden days of TKD sparring haha. It'd require a lot more talent, speed, strength, and skill than today's sparring.
User avatar #101 - penileburglar (03/26/2014) [-]
Not really. The skillset is all the same. The difference is, you're taking a much higher risk of crippling, carreer-ending injuries with every match. Harsher conditions like that create some incredibly tough fighters, but for every one of those created, there's another who won't be fighting anymore.
#22 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
I hear ya, man. Maybe we should just get into Judo so we can sweep reporters to the ground.
User avatar #118 - takesomemorewater (03/26/2014) [-]
What a gent.
#85 - muffinssnuffims (03/26/2014) [-]
Did you guys not have one-steps in your style?

Like 9/10 one-steps in our style of TKD were "this person is in ___ position, coming at you like ___. Put them on the ground in 2 seconds or less with 2 moves or less."
User avatar #255 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
In my TKD style we've got one steps, but they don't usually involve takedowns. In my BJJ style we don't have one steps, but have something very similar called "reflex development" which does incorporate a lot of takedowns.
User avatar #57 - folkflunky (03/26/2014) [-]
No offense but... I don't think you really have to be a pro to do that. I mean, I used that technique back when I was a kid in school.
User avatar #254 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's a pretty basic sweep. I don't think I ever implied that you needed to be really pro to do it, but if I did, I apologize.
User avatar #80 - alfrebecht (03/26/2014) [-]
Cool, now do it against someone who has a stance, knows where to put their weight, and is moving
User avatar #23 - mitdwit (03/26/2014) [-]
She got what she deserves.
She was talking to a black belt, what did she expect? Cuddles?
#15 - In the old days, yeah, but nowadays, most karate competitions …  [+] (8 new replies) 03/26/2014 on (untitled) +12
User avatar #229 - epie (03/26/2014) [-]
Well, as a Kumite (Free fighting) judge and competitor myself, there is roughly 13 criteria you must follow, for example, no attacks to the joints, and no forceful attacks to the neck (for obvious reasons, because if the competitor wasn't very good with their control, but they were strong they could potentially kill someone with a neck injury).
However, yes, one of the criteria is no "overly excessive force or techniques" for example, if you had swept someone and they were on the ground and struck the body, it would be seen as very disrespectful and completely out of etiquette to then kick them and hit them repeatedly as you have already scored the point for one strike.
Firstly, they get a warning if they do this, but then they're out. Also it may be worth adding that you can hit the body, of course. But it must be the torso. If you were to do a controlled kick to the head and lightly tapped the cheek, or just made small contact without the opponent jerking their head from force, that would give you sanbon (3 points) which is the highest.
TL;DR
So yes of course you can hit them, and with force, but if it used in a disrespectful and unnecessary way, such as throwing and uncontrolled punch to the head, it is possible to get disqualified.

Though to be fair, some judges can be absolutely biased to one competitor because he knows their trainer or something and just gives them points very easily, which is incredibly bad judging if i may say so myself. But yes, it does happen most unfortunately. They usually get weeded out when the competitions get to a higher standard though.

User avatar #256 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
Yep, all the rules you stated are pretty similar to the ones at the tournaments I've been to.
User avatar #228 - pocoloco (03/26/2014) [-]
Not in Kyokushin though
#45 - salsawin (03/26/2014) [-]
Some of the disqualifications these days are ridiculous. I was in a (very small, low level tournament) where my opponent in my second match kicked me twice in the junk. On the third deliberate crotch shot, I backed up and said "Oh come on!" That "outburst" got me disqualified.
User avatar #258 - Deeticky (03/26/2014) [-]
One of my friends had the same experience, except he said "Are you kidding me?!" once he took his third shot to the balls.
User avatar #93 - deathstare (03/26/2014) [-]
If someone kicks you in the junk, just grab your balls and keel over. Make it look obvious that he kicked you.
#173 - salsawin (03/26/2014) [-]
Probably what I should have done--instead I just hunkered down and did my best to ride it through. My only consolation was that they disqualified my opponent as well.
#186 - anonexplains (03/26/2014) [-]
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If only we got to meet each other in person. I'm sure we'd be become great friends.
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