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3rd Jul '16 1:23:36 PM Morgenthaler
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** Also used by [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan Kenobi]]:

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** Also used by [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan Kenobi]]:Kenobi:
11th Jun '16 6:38:53 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' it was like this when Gohan taught Videl to fly . It was so natural for him at that point (and the bulk of his family) that it was hard for him to explain it in concrete terms.

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* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' it was like this when Gohan taught Videl to fly .fly. It was so natural for him at that point (and the bulk of his family) that it was hard for him to explain it in concrete terms.
31st May '16 5:06:48 AM Jake
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* ''Literature/TheLostFleet'': [[HumanPopsicle Captain Geary]] describes his talent for complex formation tactics and four-dimensional thinking as something that "has to happen below the level of conscious thought", and which takes ''years'' of training to get really good at.
16th May '16 8:29:33 AM Gamma097
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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop'': Naturally for someone who sees Bruce Lee as his spiritual instructor, Spike offers this sort of instruction to a [[HeroWorshipper a very persistent kid]] that chased him down after an incident on a stellar flight. It included the famous "be like water" Mantra that Bruce espoused when it comes to Martial Arts.

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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop'': Naturally for someone who sees Bruce Lee as his spiritual instructor, Spike offers this sort of instruction to a [[HeroWorshipper a very persistent kid]] that chased him down after an incident on a stellar flight. It included the famous "be like water" Mantra that Bruce espoused when it comes to Martial Arts.
9th May '16 11:21:33 PM luberdot
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* Freestyle rapping. During the early years of HipHop becoming popular, the most respected artist was the one who could freestyle rap. These are people whom are capable of giving clever rhymes of dialog, easily and without thinking. Freestyle battles were held and the person whom hesitated for a second lost the battle. Nowadays, very few mainstream artists can freestyle, as their popularity is no longer judged by it. Most use a pencil and notepad and spend hours coming up with rhymes for their songs. Freestyle rapping is still very popular in the underground scene of hip hop.

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* Freestyle rapping. During the early years of HipHop becoming popular, the most respected artist was the one who could freestyle rap. These are people whom who are capable of giving clever rhymes of dialog, easily and without thinking. Freestyle battles were held and the person whom hesitated for a second lost the battle. Nowadays, very few mainstream artists can freestyle, as their popularity is no longer judged by it. Most use a pencil and notepad and spend hours coming up with rhymes for their songs. Freestyle rapping is still very popular in the underground scene of hip hop.
9th May '16 11:19:35 PM luberdot
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* When it comes to professional gaming, most pros whom are [[UsefulNotes/FightingGameCommunity fighting game pros]] spend hours in the training room practicing combos and other gameplay mechanics with their chosen character until they can perform them effortlessly. The challenge, however, is being able to perform the same way during tournaments when it matters. In most matches, the player whom has to think about what he/she needs to do against their opponent, loses. This is especially the true when the player faces an opponent with a character he/she isn't use to fighting against.

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* When it comes to professional gaming, most pros whom are [[UsefulNotes/FightingGameCommunity fighting game pros]] spend hours in the training room practicing combos and other gameplay mechanics with their chosen character until they can perform them effortlessly. The challenge, however, is being able to perform the same way during tournaments when it matters. In most matches, the player whom who has to think about what he/she needs to do against their opponent, opponent loses. This is especially the true when the player faces an opponent with a character he/she isn't use used to fighting against.
7th May '16 8:21:44 PM Willbyr
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7th May '16 8:21:03 PM Willbyr
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17th Apr '16 5:59:36 AM aye_amber
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* In ''{{Series/Longstreet}}'', Li Tsung (BruceLee) teaches the title character how to defend himself by overcoming his blindness. He insists on training him, through this method.

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* In ''{{Series/Longstreet}}'', ''Series/{{Longstreet}}'', Li Tsung (BruceLee) (UsefulNotes/BruceLee) teaches the title character how to defend himself by overcoming his blindness. He insists on training him, through this method.



* NeilDiamond [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQvzxcl9W-I wrote a song about it]].

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* NeilDiamond Music/NeilDiamond [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQvzxcl9W-I wrote a song about it]].



* In the ''{{Planescape}}'' campaign, the entire faction of the Transcendent Order, also know as the Ciphers, follow this principle in everything. They're consequently called the 'Ciphers' because it's impossible to figure out their rationale -- they don't have one since they act on impulse. In-game, this means the player of a Cipher character doesn't get to go "no, wait..." after they've announced what they're going to do, no matter how stupid, silly and/or suicidal the declared action is. As with all things, [[RuleOfFunny it's up to the DM if they want to enforce it.]]

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* In the ''{{Planescape}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' campaign, the entire faction of the Transcendent Order, also know as the Ciphers, follow this principle in everything. They're consequently called the 'Ciphers' because it's impossible to figure out their rationale -- they don't have one since they act on impulse. In-game, this means the player of a Cipher character doesn't get to go "no, wait..." after they've announced what they're going to do, no matter how stupid, silly and/or suicidal the declared action is. As with all things, [[RuleOfFunny it's up to the DM if they want to enforce it.]]
15th Apr '16 9:07:33 AM AssumedPseudonym
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**If you want a really good demonstration of this, try typing with your eyes closed. If your fingers know where to go without your brain having to tell them, you’ll probably wind up typing better than you do with your eyes ''open''.
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