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Bodywork wrote:Tony is well known. I know of no serious people who take him or his work seriously. Not a one. Which should be rather obvious by watching him. If it isn't obvious to you... well...
I don't do shit?
You know this how?
I've trained thousands of people
Oh... wait, its not on you tube. I see now. You're right!
The internet, the best place to find budo iddn't?
Bodywork wrote:Shit, is shit. And it needs, he'll it requires, to be called on.
Bhassler wrote:Bodywork wrote:Shit, is shit. And it needs, he'll it requires, to be called on.
I'm glad you agree, and I'm calling you on your bullshit. You constantly criticize other people's work without providing anything constructive to make it anything other than trolling. When someone calls you on it, you say you're not being personal and act like you're doing everyone a favor by posting, as if you had actually said something insightful, and still manage to stick a barb in against whoever you happen to feel like going after on that day. Then you make vague comments about high level people who think you're so great and accuse others of avoiding the issue. It's a pattern that repeats many times. Not coincidentally, perhaps, the cycle usually starts about the same time you have seminars coming up that you need to promote.
Everyone has their own approach to the work, and I'm not really interested in discussing yours with you, as I have better ways to waste my time. What I am interested in is having a community here on RSF that's actually interested in sharing thoughts and opinions without needing to disparage what other people are doing. You contribute nothing in terms of creating a positive environment on RSF, and I presume the only reason you have not been banned in the same way that Sigman and many others were is your professed friendship with whichever moderator you seem to have impressed so much. The mods do a great job of providing this great space for free and I believe most of us are and should be greatful for all they do. However, there's nothing wrong with the community policing itself, and if someone wants to pop in and create unproductive conflict all the time, maybe members of the community should speak up and say it's not appreciated. I, for one, do not appreciate your negativity and superior attitude when you have done nothing on the forum to justify any of it. Write a cogent argument, or post a video, or do something that contributes to the appreciation of IMA as it is expressed on the forum. This is a discussion forum, and if your legendary exploits on the streets or on the mats don't contribute to the discussion, they're meaningless here.
Clear enough for you?
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