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    Quote Originally Posted by CrackFox View Post
    He claims to have a BSc in Oriental Arts and Therapies from Trinity College London. TCL does mainly language teaching and dance/drama stuff, and I'm not sure if they have BSc courses. I also think that looks like the title of a BA type degree. I don't know though, and I'd need to look into it further.

    EDIT: Hmmm, popping "Oriental Arts and Therapies" into google (with the quotes) turns up this http://taurinorum.com/kayten.it/testihtm/pageENG6.html Scroll down and you'll see that the guy on this page is claiming a PhD in the subject, also awarded by TCL. Odd.
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    Trinity College London, the international examinations board incorporating Trinity Guildhall, offers accredited qualifications in English language and the performing and creative arts. We conduct 500,000 assessments each year worldwide, from graded examinations and certificates to diplomas and higher level vocational qualifications.
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    I'm not even going to quote that because that is the entirely most lackluster attempt to substantiate your credentials ever.

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    Cliff, we all ready called TCL, they said didn't give you a BSc - they never gave anyone a BSc, ever.

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    I have fond memories of Chum as a child.

    My father taught me 'Chum' when we went fishing. I earned the nickname 'squid' (which was as much a title as anything else).

    I remember being on the boat with Pop while fishing and using my nascent 'chum fist' technique to dispose of a slurry of bait into the ocean to attract fish/shark'whatever we could.

    I could thereby claim, quite sincerely, that I have been practicing 'Chum fist' since I was 3 or so, and that I earned the title 'Architeuthis Dux' while doing so. This would not even be an exageration. 30+ years of practice using that ladle/can/cup to dump chum.

    But did you notice? DUX. Thats right, the connection to Frank Dux made, BAM! in ONE leap.

    It also begs the question: "is this a similiar style to my experience of childhood?"

    All comedy aside, I can have no opinion on the person, other than the apparently inflated/conflated certificate standing. That by itself seems to offer an insight.

    Best of luck in your pursuits 'Chum fist' people!

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    Black sash / 1st dan in 1 1/2 years?

    http://www.chumkunedo.uk.com/profile-irina-goodwin.php

    and a gold medal for splits?

    http://www.chumkunedo.uk.com/hof.php

    James Hudson Gold Medal for his achievement in doing the splits and his stretching ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabu View Post
    I have fond memories of Chum as a child.

    My father taught me 'Chum' when we went fishing. I earned the nickname 'squid' (which was as much a title as anything else).

    I remember being on the boat with Pop while fishing and using my nascent 'chum fist' technique to dispose of a slurry of bait into the ocean to attract fish/shark'whatever we could.

    I could thereby claim, quite sincerely, that I have been practicing 'Chum fist' since I was 3 or so, and that I earned the title 'Architeuthis Dux' while doing so. This would not even be an exageration. 30+ years of practice using that ladle/can/cup to dump chum.

    But did you notice? DUX. Thats right, the connection to Frank Dux made, BAM! in ONE leap.

    It also begs the question: "is this a similiar style to my experience of childhood?"

    All comedy aside, I can have no opinion on the person, other than the apparently inflated/conflated certificate standing. That by itself seems to offer an insight.

    Best of luck in your pursuits 'Chum fist' people!
    :ninjadanc:adios:

    I can't do anymore then this. Sorry that you don't belive. I will have it on the web site the next time I up date it so you all can see the certificate.
    Till then check out www.wuma.co.uk

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    Dont dispair, my post was mild comedy featuring a vignette from my childhood, not any kind of useful commentary.

    I was sincere in my wishing you the best of luck, in any case. The questions raised on the certificate were by others, only that it seemed to be a fair question.

    Best regards,

    Rob

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    Clifford, just post it here, since its a valid degree, it should pose no problem to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabu View Post
    My father taught me 'Chum' when we went fishing. I earned the nickname 'squid' (which was as much a title as anything else).
    This is exactly what I was thinking when I first started reading this thread, but several pages in, there was no chum to be found up until post #74. Therefore I hereby insert the obligatory ninjer image to appropriately represent the mad skillz of Chum Kune Do practitioners everywhere.

    You won't know you're defeated until you hear their battle cry, "So long, Chum!" ...but by then it's too late...
    Last edited by Mr. Loobner; 7/07/2010 8:20pm at . Reason: spelling+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford View Post
    :icon_sunn
    :ninjadanc:adios:

    I can't do anymore then this. Sorry that you don't belive. I will have it on the web site the next time I up date it so you all can see the certificate.
    Till then check out
    www.wuma.uk.com:new_evil:

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