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    My german isn't very good anymore, but I swear to god the guy at the end said he'd de-escilate my pants off.
    Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.

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    @feedback
    YOU'RE THE MAN!!!

  3. #23
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    what about this one

    Is this a McDojo?
    www.reddragondojo.com

    This guy, according to HIS own words on HIS own site states:
    He started training at 20, in the summer of 1997. After 5 years of training he received a black belt. Thus 2002. Then 1 year after that, thus 2003 he created his own style. His website has been up since 2004. That would mean that within 6 years, this guy has the notion to create his own style?

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    I don't understand.

    He teaches Chinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi and traditional chinese weapons such as 'nunchucka' and 'the katana'?

    Also taught is traditional Red Dragon Kick Boxing and apparently the fireball move from Street Fighter.




    HADOKEN!

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    bullshido....what a name.....what a concept

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    If anyone would have an interest in diggin' deeper into the european Wing Tsun situation, here is a link to a discussion at the WT Scandinavia website, who broke from Kernspecht, and his Mcdojo franchise.

    http://wtmag.dk/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=125

    An abstract:
    "Should anybody disagree to my point of views, just think of that we may not be in the same organisation, but our goal is probably the same; e.g. to develop the highest possible skills in our belowed art, developing and improving both ourselves and maybe the teachingmethods or programs, achieving the highest possible standards having funn along the way.

    -And I think(hope) that Sifu Kernspecht did just that, but somewhere along the way he got on another path, with blitzdefence, different lat sau, groundfighting, different forms, different graduations,colors,logos, waiting periods,fees and payment, different positions and pressure, footwork etc. and because of our disagreement in some or many of these changes we just had to separate."
    Last edited by Cydone; 10/23/2004 2:45pm at .

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    How's this for Bullshido ?

    www.clearsilat.com
    "Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.

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    ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayhem
    I don't understand.

    He teaches Chinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi and traditional chinese weapons such as 'nunchucka' and 'the katana'?

    Also taught is traditional Red Dragon Kick Boxing and apparently the fireball move from Street Fighter.




    HADOKEN!
    Is he Ken Ryu?

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    Herr Wuddy:

    Sehr gut.

    Ich habe das film geliebt.

    Vielleicht, um der Schulen zu vorstellen.

    Wieviel kostet es pro stunde?

    Wie lange die klasse dafuer ist?

    Danke shoen, um die fragen zu beantorten!

    Bis spaeter!

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