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Discussion in 'Kuk Sool' started by snyderkv, Nov 18, 2011.

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  1. jamesdevice

    jamesdevice Jötunn

    "I was hoping to hire people for big bucks"

    And therin lies the root of your total misunderstanding and miscomprehension of what the various KS members here are about


    Just to add : I didn't "dig anything up". All I did was draw attention to posts which you yourself had placed elsewhere on the interwebs, and in which you make it clear that you really are as confused in your thinking as you appear to be in your posts on this thread

    PS - would you mind if I reposted here the PM you have just sent me today? Especially the bit where you address me as "hey fag"?? Do I detect latent homophobia there? or maybe repressed guilt?
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  2. Obewan

    Obewan "Hillbilly Jedi"

    Wow! Your back, welcome back snyderky. Hey I'm all for making video's for big bucks. Tell you what, send me ten thousand up front for a retainer and I'll consider making a film, preferably a porn film but I'm open for other suggestions. Perhaps a comedy or action film, maybe a film where I battle dark forces throughout the galaxy. Anyway here is my audition..."Show me the money!" How was that? pretty good, right?
  3. jamesdevice

    jamesdevice Jötunn

    Be wary - IF I'm right about the "repressed guilt" its likely to be gay porn...
  4. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    No you cannot post that because there is little bit of perfessionalism in me that I use in public but your actions do not require that I be professional in private.

    And I had like to mention that if you are so comfortible with your sexuality, why did you feel so inclined to tell me you're not gay? You did not need to say anything at all if that was the case am I right?

    And if you placed personal information on the web which you were trying to rid of due to safety of ones family or business competition, would you want that footprint being spread? No, I really hope you man up and take this private by sending me your email via a PM where we can really discuss this further offline
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  5. Southpaw535

    Southpaw535 Well-Known Member Moderator Supporter

    Surely taking things behind closed doors makes you less of a man? Seeing as you're potentially setting up a business in martial arts I'm very interested in seeing what kind of person you are under your "perfessionalism"
  6. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    Right, it's about maintaining the kung fu mystique to alure more customers.

    Spilling usefull techniques you can take home right away and sooner perfect doesn't fit into the business model. It didn't take me long to perfect a lock on a static and non resisting compliant opponent. I can't imagine how lame BJJ/Judo would be if they kept telling you, stay with us longer and you'll learn the secret technique only to hook you again with the same mantra afterwords
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  7. Obewan

    Obewan "Hillbilly Jedi"

    Yikes! that's going to cost more. :eek:
  8. Southpaw535

    Southpaw535 Well-Known Member Moderator Supporter

    Can I send you my jujitsu vids as an audition?
  9. Oddsbodskins

    Oddsbodskins Troll hunter 2nd Class

    Technique isn't even the half of it. I know and can perform an 18 count lock flow against a mostly compliant and moving opponent. I could use three, maybe four of them if the pressure was on. The basics are simple, what with being basic and all. Using them isn't.
  10. jamesdevice

    jamesdevice Jötunn

    "No, I really hope you man up and take this private by sending me your email via a PM where we can really discuss this further offline "

    1) there is no matter to discuss in private.
    2) there is no way that I am handing over an e-mail address to you so that you can fill my mailbox with unadulterated spew
  11. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    No, I have no interest in a martial arts business, I have an interest in funding one that someone else wants to manage. I'm more of an angel investor who threw out an idea, but i'm sure nobody knows what that is. I mean idea.

    Not sure what you meant by your last statement.
  12. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    If it involves ninja "like" suites and pink fans, count me in.

    You didn't make much of a case here being that Ninj*/KSW are both martial arts that suffer the same criticism as WC and any other non alive martial arts type training regime
  13. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    That's cool and how it should be, just a little skeptical on finding a school that teaches it this way, if even possible. Mine did not.
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  14. jamesdevice

    jamesdevice Jötunn

    before anyone takes snyderkv seriously, consider these past posts - and the dates

    The second one isn't the full post - but just look what was achieved in a year! One year from starting KS (or maybe not starting...), to creating a new style!
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  15. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    I already stated i'm more of an angel investor looking for ideas and people to start a business and not run one myself. I have a day job. My ideas must of really hurt you and your WC cult like martial art complete with ninja "like" outfit and pink fans.
  16. Southpaw535

    Southpaw535 Well-Known Member Moderator Supporter

    I appreciate you don't want to run one yourself as such but as the investor I'm assuming you'll want some sort of equity and a degree of control over it and, from what I remember last time I read this thread and from the title, you plan on doing it under your own style. That in and of itself I have enough of a problem with without getting into my next point.

    I was taking the **** with the mispelling of professionalism. The point I was trying to make though is that as someone I expect to have an element of control over a martial art school, or at least some control, I'd want to know what you're like behind closed doors since there's a tiny chance I might talk to someone one day who'd want to train at the place you're funding. My instructors might be really nice guys to my face, but if I knew they were complete dicks in "real life" as it were then I'd think twice about training there. Not just on a personal level, but because I wouldn't want to give money to someone I thought was a numpty.

    Basically I already have an accusation you called someone a fag, so I'd already be telling everyone I came into contact with to have nothing to do with any club you had any stake in.
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  17. Mangosteen

    Mangosteen Hold strong not

    this thread is a joke. im surprised mods didnt lock it.

    i doubt you - likely a 15 year old - has the funds to invest in a mcdojo.
    if you did, there are better ventures to get into that make better profits.
  18. Mangosteen

    Mangosteen Hold strong not

    oops, doubles
  19. snyderkv

    snyderkv Valued Member

    Did I not include other ideas in the mix because I was contemplating all of the above ideas to be thrown around. It's been a year so.

    It was fixed a minute later but you beat me to it, I usually post and spellscheck later.

    Relax, It's not like I'm a presidential candidate who the oppsition is trying to dig dirt on to derail his campaign. I would have sold the business long before it got to the point where people would judge a good school by an insult sent to a douche in a personal email years ago.

    This means you would also not buy an electric car or fly to an internation space station since Elon Musk, CEO of both Space X and Tesla, exchanged some pretty harsh words with Ebernhard in court?
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  20. Southpaw535

    Southpaw535 Well-Known Member Moderator Supporter

    Which is why I should read date tags.

    Its the ninja skills

    No, but then the choices available for them are very slim. Martial arts schools on the other hand are plentiful and I'm pretty certain I could find other arts that would teach the same skills.

    I have no idea if the "artsy schools" comment referred to me or not but I'm not a big fan of that sort of art personally.
    But you'd actually be suprised. A lot of the which school should I go to" threads on here are for the less "showy" arts. There's plenty of accomplished fighters on forums, no reason not to go to them for advice. Also seeing your instructor fight is one thing, but if you don't get on with them or respect them you're going to get far less for your money. I know people who are very good fighters, but I don't train with them because I don't respect them as people so I would learn far less than I do at my current gym. Then again that's just me.
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