4/28/2006 9:56pm, #11
Unfortunately, yes there is a lot of BS that accompanies Shaolin-Do. I don't feel like enumerating but look for the baby melting thread in the Mega Threads section to get a little taste of what Grandmaster Sin is shoveling.
P.S. I say this as an ex-SD'er who managed to stay involved for 7 years, which was ENTIRELY too much time."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
4/29/2006 1:07am, #12
4/29/2006 5:17am, #13Originally Posted by It is Fake??"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
4/29/2006 1:58pm, #14
4/29/2006 3:43pm, #15Originally Posted by It is Fake??
I thought I had spent too much time with them. Did you teach directly under Sin, or were you under one of the other masters (Leonard, Grooms, Reid, Mullins, etc.)?"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
4/29/2006 3:58pm, #16
His name is really Sin?
4/29/2006 4:51pm, #17
Sin The (I'm missing an accent but shrug)
4/29/2006 10:10pm, #18
Originally Posted by Shaolinz
- Join Date
- Jan 2005
- Washinton DC
........................... I thought they couldnt show it to u if u aren't a member?
4/29/2006 10:17pm, #19
The "masters" are the only one who can show the art to another. Students are not allowed. Hell I got in trouble once for helping a fellow student.
4/30/2006 12:49am, #20Originally Posted by Hitman