Thread: Bullshido Artist Ralph Severe
3/23/2010 7:36pm, #1671
3/24/2010 7:05am, #1672
Wow.... an update.
It seems Ralph is well known among the martial art groups in Dallas. Everyone who I have contacted hate his guts, and believe him to be an ass clown....
...however every single one also believes him to be a nut-job with semi-automatic weapons and lots of bullets!
Good work Ralph! I thought Texans were of tougher stuff. You see, if you were in Michigan, and I really thought, as these people do, that upsetting you could result in bullets flying, and I mean REALLY believed that....
...you'd never see another sunrise. But that's just me.
Not to worry Ralph, I have no fear for my heart is pure. This will happen if I have to rent a venue. If anything, it makes me want to do it all the more to see if these people are right, and you really are a psycho with firearms.
Of course, you aren't the only armed person in the woods Ralph.....
...and I did more than 43 days."Out of every hundred men, ten shouldn't even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back." -- Hericletus, circa 500 BC
3/24/2010 8:48am, #1673
- Join Date
- Dec 2008
- Dallas, Tx
What I would like to know is if he traveled inside the county with his AK loaded before the travel laws changed the last legislative period. Up to the last legislature the law was you can only travel with a loaded pistol if you have CCP or were traveling across more then 5 counties (or across 4 and into the 5th).
As a side note, it is illegal at anytime to travel with a loaded rifle or shotgun in your vehicle and the above only applies towards pistols. Which surprises me that he will state that publicly anywhere considering he was "training" law enforcement.
3/24/2010 10:54am, #1674
3/24/2010 12:40pm, #1675
- Of course, I have not the slightest idea if those schools are legit, or if it's just a more martial term for crappy stick aerobics, which I would tend to assume.
3/24/2010 12:56pm, #1676
The only references I can find are to chambara. Got a link to someplace in Europe doing "sport jodo"?
3/24/2010 1:26pm, #1677
http://www.spin.de/hp/Moonlight*/blog/id/2538348 (Mentioned in the conversation)
This is just me saving you a google search. :smile:
3/24/2010 3:47pm, #1678
You probably should have looked at the links you googled before declaring that sport jodo exists. Those are all links to conventional jodo dojo or events, sport only appears in the search because they occur in a sports hall or are somehow classified by the website as "sport". Most looked to be bog-stock federation jodo, training kata with jo vs bokuto.
3/24/2010 4:33pm, #1679
Nope, in the chat copied from Omegle, one of the chatters says:
hallo_sussa: ichbin trena four sport jodo
Also, in the French index:
44) le sport jodo / 1 fois
Well, I'm only human, too. - And the question of whether "Sport Jodo" exists, or not, is not really part of this investigation.
3/24/2010 4:44pm, #1680
- Join Date
- Dec 2005
- W. Yorks, UK
It's a red herring, it all is.
Severe is trying to make himself seem clever, but his clumsy deflections mean nothing considering the primary focus of Judo is and always has been unarmed grappling.
Who taught you Judo Mr. Severe? Which organization awarded you rank?