Posted On:2/27/2003 7:47am
dim mak; I little under the weather from a whiplash injury about 2:00 yesterday. I believe you are number 15 in the last 7 days or so, who obviously all emminate either from KJM, Warriorsomething, or someone protecting them.
Most except KJM are all brand new one post soldiers when they come at me.
My God young man, how much clearer can I make it that I am available by phone or in person. By you creating hundreds of user names to attack under, it is not going to get you what you want, which is known only to you. You have no foundation for saying I threaten people of verge on criminal activety, and if you do, take it up with the authorities and I will gladly meet with you and them at anytime you desire.
I simply do not automatically back down when confronted by those who have Tiger mouth's and parakeet asses. It is all about respect, you are correct in that, and you will never get more respect from another person as I will give you if able.
But you did not come in here looking for real information, you came in looking for a fight. For you to walk in spouting all the martial background you did is laughable. You will never get consensus on who did what first middle or last, and you do not have the magical answer to all martial questions.
If you are so concerned with me, call me, or come see me. As I have stated over and over, you will be received in the same manner as you conduct yourself, good or bad.
For me to have started at age 8 is the most common thing around. I have a third degree brown belt in my own family who I put in at 8 and he is 26. Are you saying he has not been training for 18 years. You make a fool of yourself with all of these many names, and if you are serious come out with a real name and call me.
I started in Korean Karate in Tustin California at age 8 after getting beat up regularly on the playground, and my mother got her fill of it. My first amd masterful instructor was Mr Yomata, and he is owed much by me as a mentor. You need one of those because you are mentoring someone even if you do not realize it, and it can be good or bad.
Do not even try the master , grandmaster stuff on me because I accept that title in those who choose it but reject it for myself. Just ask my students. I can provide each and every telephone number for them, but beware attacking their instructor without foundation, or the conversation will be short.
I am belted under Kaseke Ohn, and for you to espouse everything back to Grandmaster Parker and flowing down from there, you will have to take up the massive fragmentation within the Kenpo style with all those who fragmented. I report to Mr Ohn, and if you would like to test his mettle at upper 70's, you would just find a wonderful practicioner who is polite but can always go home safe based on his skills.
It is not my job to prove anything to you. It is yours to disprove I am who I say I am, and by saying you do not know who I know is not proof of anything but your arrogance and dislike for me because I punked out you and your other names. As I told you before, deal with it.
I apologize to the forum that I have inadvertantly brought this down on you guys, and to those who know me and have spoken up for me, I bow to you in respect. I leave the naysayers with this.
I come here with
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Real respect for those who earn it.
Posted On:2/27/2003 8:04am
One more thing for you dim mak. I have been adding to and making sure what I taught was street survivable since 1972. It is designed purely to go home safe by. It is not a cage art, and to take nothing away from ufc and all the others, but they are doing something very different from what I am doing.
The absolute best way for you or anyone to test me would be to come test my students, all of which are moving towards instructing themselves. They are all available and all will respectfully receive you and take it where you choose to go. As I told the last guy who said he was going to come take us down in open class, you are welcome, and you may call out anyone present, unless you come in acting dangerous, then you will start with me.
It can be a sharing experience or what you melt it down to. You seem to be saying that if either my Grandmaster or I have decided to not operate within a certain federation because of infighting and many other reasons, that makes us false or fake, that is dumb as heck.
How do you think those federation's began son. Someone felt what they were doing was important enough to share it and started a way to do so. I have done the same thing, as many do, only I choose personally to share what I know and can transfer to others on a small personal scale and for free. What are you giving back to the arts.
Posted On:2/27/2003 8:34am
Well said DRD.
Day Tripper/Dream Weaver
Posted On:2/27/2003 10:10am
Style: Shorei-ryu & Kumdo & TKD
I am just tired of seeing people like you pop on spew dumb ass remarks and then never say anything else. DRD please allow me to blow some holes in his little boat...
"i am and i am sure i speak for the majority of the people out here,would like to know what your certifications are. "
-Ummmmm....No, you speak for yourself not the majority of the people here. Next....
"thats kinda funny because the first karate teacher in u.s. nishiyama didnt get here until around 1966 followed by kisaka and okasaka both out of phila. and n.j."
-Check your history. The late GM Robert Trias, head of Shuri-ryu karate, founded the first martial art school in Phoenix, AZ in 1945 a far cry from Mst. Nishiyama who was only 17 years old and still in Japan when this happened (considering he started training in 1943).
"in 1963 there was no kenpo ,karate or kung fu taught commercially or underground in to many places. i know what styles were here and where. why? because i was one of the first students of karate in the u.s. at that time there was only a handful of us in the u.s. and further more kids at that time were not taught for traditional reasons"
-Again this is wrong. How could there be no martial art schools around and yet 1963 GM Trias hosted the first World Championships in Chicago, Illinois.? Hmmmm....was he the only one who showed up to his own tournament. You may have been one of the first Americans to learn under GM Nishiyama, but I assure you sir, you were not the first to learn karate in America. We won't even factor in the account of the Judo schools that were around or the Korean Karate schools that were around (Can someone say Kim, Song-Duk?)
"Maybe you'll find the answer.you might be able to fool some new people in the arts but never a master.,Grandmaster."
- Perhaps you could show us your creditentials? You call yourself a master yet you come on here and become blatantly disrespectful to someone you do not know. I would think you would have fun rembering the good ol' days with another person from your era...Oops..I'm sorry, DRD would be your senior.
I am sure DRD can defend himself, however, when you start spewing out false information, you are just showing how little you know. I have monitored DRD's comments and I have yet to see anything that would say that he wasn't a Master. He seems to be knowledgable and humble. If you doubt him, well he as already said it...Take him to the mat and see what he knows. If not, you are just some punk trying to troll sites. By the way I am more than open to debate martial art history with you so please feel free.
Jeremy M. Talbott
Jeremy M. Talbott
Jeremy M. Talbott
Originally Posted by Phrost
"Bullshido isn't just a place to hang out when you're browsing the net. We really are trying to accomplish something fucking extraordinary here that nobody's ever had the balls to do before."
Originally Posted by D.Murray
"Which is better, to learn the truth, or to enjoy the illusion of being right when you are not?"
Originally Posted by hangooknamja88
My definition of Ki is our energy. it's rather hard to explain it in words. It's not some mystical type of energy like white people...
Posted On:2/27/2003 10:37am
Well written and well said Jeremy. Cudo's!
Posted On:2/27/2003 10:52am
like what the hell? no karate kung fu or kenpo in 63? are you fucking insane? one of the first point fighting championships was in 1963. check it out before you make statements like that.
Style: JKD, BJJ
"Clueless" is tough to argue with though. <img src=icon_smile_dead.gif border=0 align=middle>
(board breaks with a kick)
"Is that it? I feel like I should bow, or have honor or something."
-- Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Once More, With Feeling"
Monkey Ninjas! Attack!
Posted On:2/27/2003 3:01pm
whoooo what a mc dojo jeremy talbbut belongs to. cry kwan do. bullshit korean mc dojo crap.teaches you how to cry real good.yep that crap defenitaly belongs on the bulshido site.and as for you drd you cry with your bullshido too. bullshitters.
Posted On:2/27/2003 3:11pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Yeah snakey, why don't you go over there and kick his but or something.
Go away I'm talking to myself
Posted On:2/27/2003 3:14pm
hey drd ,have you ever sucked on talbutts little cock?
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