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    Help me make sense of this, please

    See tkbk_weebly_com. I honestly do not know what to make of it. Corresponding YouTube site appears to be www_youtube_com/user/JERRYND.

    Some of these folks appear to be earnest & well meaning. But some techniques and ukemi appear to involve...leaping?

    Truthfully, I have not watched every minute of every video, so maybe I'm missing something legit?

    Oh, lest I forget, there's this gent. Runs a Buddhist temple and something that looks like a Catholic church. Note the still photos of someone in Buddhist monk garb waving a sword and a stick at tkbk_weebly-com/doju-josh-paszkiewicz.html

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    What exactly is your problem with what you have seen?

    It looks to be a typical re branded mish mash of TMA.

    Which in fairness they do appear to claim that it is exactly that.
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    MABS -------------> YMAS does not meet MABS standards.
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    Too long, sorry.

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