At 2/2/06 02:24 PM, dsmking wrote:
At 2/2/06 12:02 AM, livewire1500 wrote:
A lost club rule is to put a link to the club in your sig but not everyone does that. Wel hope you post here again.
i didnt know that was a rule, ill get right on that.
mono: i can understand what you mean by not wanting to teach, and i think you can understand why i would want to teach. oh, and my friend wants me to say that the homemade art is a combo of jeet kun do and aikido, and i guess he found what you said as a little disrespectful, though i know you didnt mean that so im tring to get him to see what you mean more, but its kinda hard. also, it is for swordmanship, and since no one goes around with swords i dont think it would be the most practical self defense art, but it really does help with getting people ready for a actual fight situation, since most of the art is taught through sparring, with little bits of strategy through into to it, it sounds like it wouldnt work to well, but if you get down the bit of strategy fairly well it starts to come naturally when you do the sparing (which is full speed full contact, and we quit when we get too hurt to fight on or too tired), but i guess you might be right about no one wanting to take a art they have never heard of before..
shin: i got a idea for the sig, we can put a japanese kanji for budo, which i think means just martial arts, but im not a kanji expert, i thought just having a symbol for martial art would be easier than something specific to each person. but if your gonna make multiple sigs, then a symbol per each area would be good too, like mono's rapier and katana making a X for one, a karate sign for another, a TKD for nother, and a ninjutus thing for another, just something simple that can be broadly shown through each art, and some non specific yin-yang or somthing for other arts that arnt represented, it doesnt need every single symbol for every single art on one does it?