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  1. #21

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    Hapki-Bujutsu,

    Interesting. What is your Hapkido teacher's name?

    R. McLain

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    Grand master Lim

    Check out his site at

    www.kuhapdo.com


    Hapki-Bujutsu,

    Interesting. What is your Hapkido teacher's name?

    R. McLain



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    Why is that everyone talks about how you wouldn't want to grapple on broken glass in an alleyway.

    Where are you people fighting ?
    You need to forget about Mcdojo's and martial arts. Petition your council to clean up all the broken glass.



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    The Wastrel - So attractive he HAS to be a woman.
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    Moon,

    Most fights take place on LAVA PITS!! DUH!!!
    That is why we should invest in my new ANTI LAVA TRAINING TAPES!!!

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    Xiao Ao Jiang Hu Zhi Dong Fang Bu Bai (Laughing Proud Warrior Invincible Asia) Dark Emperor of Baji!!!

    RIP SOLDIER

    Didn't anyone ever tell him a fat man could never be a ninja
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    You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!
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    Because it is the truth. When most people are attacked it will on pavment in alley or dark place. Not all just most. Glass is a very real danger. But so could a rusty screwdriver or nail. none of that would be fun to roll on.


    Why is that everyone talks about how you wouldn't want to grapple on broken glass in an alleyway.

    Where are you people fighting ?
    You need to forget about Mcdojo's and martial arts. Petition your council to clean up all the broken glass.



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    What would happen if a one hand clapper attempted to stop a tree falling in the woods when no one else was around?
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  6. #26

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    That is odd... have you heard of Grand Master Pal Jin Kim?

    I thought he was grandmaster of Hapkido...

    "I would rather admit I am a lousy student than say I am the best, because once you think you are the best, there is no reason to continue learning."
    I would pick bag work over masturbating, fighting over sex, and KOing someone over having a orgasm!

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    Hapki-Bujutsu,

    Ok. I see. That was a great opportunity to train with Hyun-Su Lim.

    I trained with Ji Han Jae(a student of Choi Yong Shul 1949-1956), but he never really taught any ground techniques besides restraining techniques after taking someone down. Same-type of techniques he taught Presidents Rhee's bodyguards at the "Blue House" in S. Korea in the late 50's and early 60's. He now calls his system, "Sin Moo Hapkido."

    Frailty Dragon, here's a list of Choi's senior students, and also Ji Han Jae's senior students:

    Choi Yong Shul's senior students:
    Chang, Chin-Il
    Chang, Young-Shil
    Choi, Bok-Yeul
    Han, Bong-Soo
    Hwang, In-Shik
    Im, Hyun-Soo
    Kim, Chong S.
    Kim, Jung-Soo
    Kim, Jung-Yoon
    Kim, Moo-Hong
    Kim, Yun-Sang
    Lee, Jung-Nam
    Lee, Kun-He
    Moon, Ji-Kang
    Myung, Kwang-Sik
    Park, Jung-Hwan
    Park, Nam-Sun
    Rim, Jong-Bae
    Seo, In-Sun
    Son, Yu-Un
    Song, Young-Ki
    Suh, Bok-Su
    Suh, In-Hyuk
    Te, Chung-Ke
    Won, Kwang-Wha

    Ji Han Jae's senior students(Sung Moo Kwan):
    Choi, Sea-Oh
    Han, Bong-Soo
    Hwang, Duk-Kyu
    Kang, Doo-Sik
    Kim, Jin-Pal
    Kim, Myung-Yong
    Kim, Sou-Bong
    Kim, Sung-Su
    Kim, Yun-Sik
    Kimm, He-Young
    Kwon, Tae-Man
    Lee, Chong-Min
    Myung, Jae Nam
    Myung, Jae-Ok
    Myung, Kwang-Sik
    Oh, Se-Lim
    Song, Ho-Jin
    Song, Il-Hak
    Tan Sar Bee, Sunny
    Young, Jin-Cha

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    Most fights take place on LAVA PITS!! DUH!!!
    Australia is full of lava pits.
    AND THERE IS BROKEN GLASS IN THE LAVA PITS !!!!

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  9. #29

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    Quote: "Because it is the truth. When most people are attacked it will on pavment in alley or dark place. Not all just most. Glass is a very real danger. But so could a rusty screwdriver or nail. none of that would be fun to roll on."

    If that is the case, knowing how to grapple is a very good idea.

    I don't know why anyone thinks it will be a long-drawn out fight on the ground. Against someone with superior training against one with little or no training, the lesser trained combatant is going to be the one with a back full of debris from a takedown or slam. The better grappler will be the one on top beating the **** out of him, choking him, or breaking a limb on him.

    In that situation, there's not much "rolling around".

    If the better grappler is on his back for any reason, it's probably because he tripped or otherwise fell. In that case, how is NOT knowing how to grapple going to help? An untrained person on his back not only is laying on all that debris, but now he is at a major disadvantage being in a position he doesn't know how to fight from.



    A.K.A MEAT

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    Exactly Donkeydick.

    It's just straw clutching.

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