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Bonito mensaje el que encierra la canción.  No rendirse y luchar hasta el final, "la razón nos da la capacidad de ser los mejores, cambiar los errores, y así evolucionar". Toda una lección de vida que a veces nos cuesta aplicar al día a día.
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1:43 resucitaron a Beethoven.
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Es odioso cuando la gente intenta colar este tipo de cosas. Que asco das, colega.
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Menudo puto máquina.
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Todo lo que dice esta chica es muy bonita. Pero como ella misma dice, las instituciones están impregnadas de populismo. Y a día de hoy, la gente está tan poco educada que si no eres algo populista, no te llevas ningún voto. A día de hoy, desgraciadamente, tienes que aprovecharte un poco de la ignorancia y el pasotismo de alguna gente, para poder llegar al poder y hacer un cambio. Si lo que pretendes es el debate de ideas... Nadie va a debatir contigo. Te aplaudirán y no te darán ni una sola respuesta a las cuestiones que plantees, ni tampoco las soluciones que plantees se llevarán a la práctica. Al menos, así funciona en España.

Conclusión, en España tienes que hacer uso del populismo para llegar al poder y poder instaurar una república. Sí, porque por si alguien no lo sabe, en España aún tenemos una monarquía. Manda güevos, eh!
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I am a katana fan, and I am not dissapointed at all. I understand your reasons to dislike the katana, and in fact you are right. But the thing is that a katana is a saber, not a sword, and it is not designed to parry with the guard. Well, no one sword is but the cross guard is more likely to give a better defensive ofenssive performance. However, the reason to this is that swords are more likely to use thrusts, while katana, and sabers in general, use a different setup of attacks, centered much more in the cutting power and killing in one blow. I have seen, by the way, the video you made about single blow kill, and meanwhile it is all true, I find that is not true that didn't exist one killing blows, specially with sabers that leaded more to a clean cut than to a chop. But, for this reason, the katana is played in a different way than any other blade. The katana is used with counterattacks. I mean that you first parry the hit, but more than a parry, what you do is to hit the opposing blade to change the direction of the blow, then you hit leaving your defense open, but you don't care since you have already broke enemy's defense and he is left to a brutal attack. Even if you don't kill him in a single blow, you are supposed to recover your defensive stance before he can attack you again, since katanas have a better mobility due to the graviti center being closer to the hilt. It is simply a different way of fighting. The longsword, for example, leads more to kill the enemy by bleeding AND exhausting the oponent, and the fighting style centers in winning the advantage over your enemy till you can finally kill him. You never leave yourself open. Katana is supposed to cut the flesh, but actually looses most of his potential versus an armored enemy since you can't really cut through metal and delivering a killing blow at the same time. Swords can't neither, but they have the advantage of being more adecuate to thrust through the weak points of armor, due to the non-curve shape. Is easier to be accurate when thrusting with a sword. In fact, in the japanese wars, the katana was not very used as a main weapon, not at least versus the generals, but agains the peasant's troops that lacked armor. Versus armored enemies, they were more likely to use tetsubos or other weapons that gave better performance versus an armor. The katana was more of a symbol than a true war weapon. He gained his fame during the Edo period, during the Tokugawa dinasty, due to the ammounts of duels and skirmishes fought during that period. Summing it up and making an equivalence to fire weapons, katana was more of a police weapon like a pistol is, and swords, maces, etc., were more of militar weapons as an assault rifle is.

That's my opinion at least. If I am wrong with something, I would appreciate to be replied and corrected.
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Boísimo.

Subídevos o Vitrasa e agharrádevos ben!
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y el otro al lado chivándole el artículo que tiene que decir. Asco de país, joder...
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Jackie hijoputa! Jajajajaja Kaliniesta, qué bueno. Kalista para todos!
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I'm so laggy
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I like this game since it is the most "realistic" sword game for the momment. But I hate the fact that is not trully realistic. You have a really better performance in a third person view, since you don't have to block moving your weapon towards the enemy blow, you only need to press block button and be looking against the enemy, unless the hit comes too much from a side, or from above. I think the game would win much more if you only  could play in first person view, and you really needed to look towards the hit of the enemy. However, still a good game, and very funny to play.
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+Balinux No it doesn't. In fact, the mechanics have nothing to do with Kingdom Come. I was just quoting it as an exemple of harcore gameplay.
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The only dual blade sword that I know to be used is the one in Star Wars. And that blade is supposed to work in that fictional universe for 2 motives.

1st, the light sabers don't really have any weight so... You don't feel yourself as wearing a fucking enormous weapon with 0 mobility in terms of weight.
2nd one and most important. The Force is supposed to work in Jedi's and siths like a 6th sense, completely natural, and thanks to it, they can use lightsabers without damaging theirselves. When a user gets specialized training to fight with a double edge lightsaber and has the Force to guide his movements to don't cut theirselves. Moreover, when you see darth maul fighting, he uses a lot acrobatics as well as one handed movements with the sword. Both of this movements, completely fictional, are able to be used in the universe THANKS TO THE FORCE.

So, imo, and having in count that I haven't seen any two edged swords anywhere else, I would say that yes, they work, but ONLY in Star Wars, and THANKS TO THE 0 WEIGHT and THE USE OF THE FORCE.
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No soy una persona a la que le guste presumir. Entre mis habilidades, si se le puede llamar así, estan tocar la guitarra y el piano, y hacer poesía. O como digo yo siempre, rasgar cuerdas, pulsar teclas y escribir cosas.
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    Producción de Audiovisuales y Espectáculos, 2013 - present
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    Desarrollo de Aplicaciones Informáticas, 2009 - 2012
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