Has anyone contacted Patterson and asked him the question. Personally, I don't consider Patterson to be a threat for kicking a Girl Scout's ass ... but that's just me and is in no way disputing his lineage.
Originally Posted by Scrapper
From Patterson's site:
Those that I know, or have met, personally have been highlighted in green. I can recommend these individuals with complete confidence, having seen their skills firsthand. The others have been listed in yellow. These are people who have contacted me with their information, but are not known by me personally. You will have to validate their abilities yourself.
Mr Presott's info is listed in yellow.
Well ... that answers the question and begs another. Maybe Patterson will provide someone with the information Ian submitted for his review.
Originally Posted by lama_xy
Strange that Ian doesn't have his lineage up for all to see. Particularly odd given that he doesn't fight as his lineage would be the only thing he has to stand on ... skill by inference rather than personal demonstration.
kind of, sort of accepted a challenge
Looks like Shen Lung Yi is scared. He did almost accept a quasi challenge on Kim's board.
They like Ashida's board because they feel safe in their comfort zone.
He is obviously bent on the make money on unsuspecting people who know nothing about TCMA in his area as well as entice people into his video learning.
I bet he went out and bought a huge crapload of the material that is offered by different people, then took it home and copied it. He then refilmed it with him just moving along with the moves, not knowing what he is doing.
A teacher who has nothing to hide would be here and post up.
Others have done the same.
Silence in this aspect seems to point to his being a total armchair master of the rewind button.
Ian, there are now more people involved. We have asked you to come out and answer that which has been posed to you.
Looking forward to your answers.
Mr. Prescott advertises in the Electric City (local Weekender Magazine). The editor is a friend of a friend. If he's full of bullshido, I'll let that editor know.
Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
Cool connection ... Dude, just don't have your avatar as the letterhead ... okay?
Originally Posted by HoneyBadger
Seems this shitrat is hunkered down to weather the storm. What a wanker :protest:
Originally Posted by Dale Dugas
Well that will be an avenue for the article when it's released.
Originally Posted by HoneyBadger
As further evidence of this gentleman's possible Bullshido, I posted this in Ninja thread before seeing that the discussion had been moved here.
For your enrichment, gentlemen:
Sir, do you speak Japanese or Mandarin? These are the two languages you seem to reference here. Based on your statements, I would conclude that you do not have any real knowledge of these languages, and thus, cast doubt on the veracity of any other claims you may make.
Originally Posted by ShenLungYi
Ninja does not mean "stealer-in" or "one of stealth". It has nothing to do with those terms.
忍 is the character pronounced nin. It means "perseverance". It is a composite character. The first sub-character is 刀, meaning blade. The second is 心, meaning heart or spirit. Thus, the character can be seen as a blade pressing down on the heart. To deal with such matters, requires "perseverence".
者 means "One who"
Thus, a 忍者 is "One Who Perseveres".
I have seen the definition you subscribe to...in the Nicholas Linnear books, which are great reads, but offer little in the way of actual knowledge. I also have never heard this term you use "nien jih suu". Could you type up the Chinese characters for it. That would make analysis a lot easier.
Until you show me otherwise, I am forced to conclude you have no clue what you are talking about.
I have friends in Scranton who I haven't visited for quite a while. I would like to see them soon. If necessary, I would be willing to stop by this gentleman's school for further investigation.
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