Posted On:1/03/2006 4:31pm
Style: currently xingyi
This is old news.
If I was the cameraman or part of the film crew, after his hokery failed, I would have told him he couldn't block my chi balls, and hit him with tons of wet toilet paper balls on camera of course.
Insult to injury creates humor.
Posted On:1/03/2006 5:06pm
Style: In Transition
Originally Posted by wagamichi
Dillman response…”He is an unbeliever. And if he had his tongue in the wrong spot while lifting his big toe, we would not be able to knock him out.”
It's a good thing I learned of this. I will never again leave home without my tongue in the wrong spot and while lifting my big toe.
Posted On:1/03/2006 10:34pm
you know how easy it is for me to get "fuzzed". The tattoos help, but you could almost get me without alot of work.
i'm new here so i just wanted to say hey. so hey.
Last edited by Flutie Flakes; 1/03/2006 11:42pm at .
Posted On:1/04/2006 2:37am
Style: grab & elbow the head
Posted On:1/04/2006 5:19am
Style: Alliance BJJ (Blue)
You laugh, I can't tell you how many e-mails my coach has gotten from Dillman trying to sell his wares. Someone is still buying it...
Posted On:1/04/2006 6:50am
Style: Tao Ga
izzat the one where he even tried to affect the reporter,
and. . .nothing?
Posted On:1/04/2006 7:18am
it only works on 40 % of people and not on tough men or strong athletes, that's why he didn't want to try it on the reporter, it would prove it works on 0% of people.
he said it is too dangerous, does that mean the no touch work has no application, even if it worked, since it is very dangerous, yet only works on the mentally and physically weak?
Posted On:1/04/2006 7:26am
Say all you want about George Dillman but his previous works, as far as pressure points go, is not all that bad.
Posted On:1/04/2006 7:37am
OK, please point out, specifically, the good parts.
Posted On:1/04/2006 8:40am
what exactly are pressure points? things like testicles, wind pipe, eyes, ears, neck?
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