Taking a break
Posted On:12/19/2002 12:44pm
I was just looking through the database, and I noticed that Hom Do wasn't on there, and neither was CDT. So I had a look for the Hom Do website, but its miraculously vanished. Its a shame really, because I wanted to learn more about this wonderful 5000 year old fighting art that requires you to trek to an Indonesian volcanic island. Also the CDT website seems to have changed a bit, removing any description of Hom Do from it.
Anyone able to help? Maybe a cached copy of the site? It would be terrible if this mystic art vanished purely because the website folded.
Taking responsibility for my actions since 1989
Posted On:12/19/2002 1:41pm
I have never even heard of Hom Do did you just make it up?
Don't get carried away asshole because I'm gonna give you a fight that you'll never forget!
Day Tripper/Dream Weaver
Posted On:12/19/2002 2:06pm
Style: Shorei-ryu & Kumdo & TKD
No it is for "real". Mr. P who is the innovator of the CDT, credits his training to the art of Hom Do.
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Posted On:12/19/2002 2:08pm
Hom Do ? dont sound like it came from indonesia, sounds korean with a "do" at the back.
"said and done"
Posted On:12/19/2002 2:13pm
It doesn't translate in Korean that I know of. Unless I can see the Chinese character for the name.
Jeremy M. Talbott
Posted On:12/19/2002 2:15pm
homdo is bullshit.
I owned you the minute you woke up!
Posted On:12/19/2002 11:47pm
I don't know about Hom Do being real or not, but Tom Patire is. I recently saw a documentary on the A&E network that showed Patire and a bunch of other Instructors teaching at some kind of camp in Pennsylvania. They were shooting automatic weapons and doing all sorts of high level tactics and counter terrorism type training. What amazes me is that this guy whatever his background is now teaching non-deadly because after watching the special he is definitely capable.
It actually looked like fun. Did any one else see this special?
Posted On:12/20/2002 4:33am
Have a look at this, where it explains a bit of the background of Hom Do
Sadly, no link to the Hom Do website. When I saw it I laughed so hard I snorted some food out of my nose. I originally thought the site was a fake, but it was linked from the CDT website at the time.
Posted On:12/20/2002 9:12am
The above info was taken from a book put out by Mr. Patire called Body disruption Techniques written by Mr. Patire. After looking at the book and reading the description of Hom Do it seemed to me that this man is a Steven Seagel wanna be. he claims to train agencies such as the FBI, CIA and Navy Seals just to name a few. But what it really comes down to is that he has trained select people who work for the above agencies and not the agency itself. THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE IN TRAINING A PERSON WHO MAY BE A SEAL OR AGENT AND HAVING A CONTRACT TO TRAIN THE WHOLE AGENCY ITSELF. Mr. Patire likes to blow his resume out of proportion and make claims such as the one above. goto his site and check out his resume, he has posted letters of thanks and certificates there that really mean nothing. He knows or has trained a person in the government and then asks them to please write him a thank you letter. His certificates are the same certificates all of his CDT instructors get for teaching free seminars at the different organizations they present to "i know people Personally with the same pieces of paper he posts on his site."
if you look at his resume he is only 42 years old, but has done everything from getting a collage degree, training over seas for at least 8 years on some island, done protection work in Russia and third world countries, and even claims to have been a personal bodyguard for Eddie Van Halen, Chris Rock, Michael Jackson, Spice Girls, and even Janet Reno I could go on for ever with this but I'll stop here with the names". Just read some of the stuff he writes and some of his interviews and you'll see that everyone is a little different with stories and timelines overlapping.
checkout his site below
Posted On:12/20/2002 10:16am
I've also re-evaluated my opinion of realfighting.com based on the close links between it and cdt-training.com
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