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And once more, just for kicks:

http://uktsdf.org.uk/about/main.htm

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It's sad but it seems to go with the territory. The really sad thing is that I wonder how many end-clients realise that their sites are rip-offs?

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And once more, just for kicks:

http://uktsdf.org.uk/about/main.htm

I thought the martial arts were all about honor. Ah...web-master-san...you bring sensei great dishonor.

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The same thought crossed my mind Antibland, will you point it out to them or should I ?

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This is going hidesouly off-topic, but never mind.

That's the club of the martial arts I do. I don't think they're gonna change their website just because we tell them it's a rip off.

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This is going hidesouly off-topic, but never mind.

Not anymore . . . Sensei says: When thread veers from true path, make like chopped bamboo, and split.

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Congrats! You've just offended all of our asian members! Shock :oops: Laughing out loud Wink

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To add to the offtopic thread.

It seems we have more than just web design in common TPH.

I study TaeKwonDo the ancestor to TangSoDo.

It's funny you should mention a martial arts club's site as I re-designed my instructors site.

http://www.kennywalton.co.uk/

Well he didn't use mine as you can see even though I did it for free and it vastly improved on his site which doesn't work proporly.

The TAGB site is also pretty bad.

http://www.tagb.biz/

Wouldn't have thought that the largest Martial Arts organization on earth would have such a crappy site. But they do. I personally love the &nbsp: that has been there forever.

Neither site will listen to me even though I am a devoted student.

Nevermind :roll:

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I study TaeKwonDo

That's all very well for tournaments and demonstrations (I used to practice TKD in the very early eighties) but naff-all good for bar-fights and real-life self-defence. When you've got a good grasp of TKD, move on to some close-quarter karate styles and then read up on Bruce Lee's system that involves taking the best (for your build and individual ability) few moves from different styles and practising them until you are perfect. Then you'll look back on TKD and wonder what you ever saw in it apart from sore legs Wink

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Really really off topic, topic.

I aint in it for the fighting or the self defence.

I'm in it for the art-form and to fulfill my dreams from when I was a child.

Plus it ain't the system but the fighter that will help you on the street.

Sore legs? don't you mean a torn colatteral ligament.

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In my callow youth I did Judo and Jujitsu and then started TKD in my 40s. Worked up to blue belt but accumulated injuries (plus deep, sturdy hip sockets that decided 135 degrees of combined lateral extension was enough.) kinda put a stopper on things.

I gotta agree with the observation that for close-quarter fighting the grappling styles usually win. In ultimate fighting championships the same is true as well. The other thing is with submission/immobilization holds and such you don't need to really hurt someone to subdue them. You don't want to get charged with using unnecessary force even if it was a matter of self defence.

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Joseph Sprint wrote:
Really really off topic, topic.

Yes I know - it's been one of those days hasn't it Laughing out loud ...and anyway; you started this tangental diversion!

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I aint in it for the fighting or the self defence. I'm in it for the art-form and to fulfill my dreams from when I was a child.

So was I ...and that's exactly why you'll move on to better things eventually (I expect).

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Plus it ain't the system but the fighter that will help you on the street.

I haven't a clue what you mean but I'm pretty sure you're wrong.

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Sore legs? don't you mean a torn collateral ligament.

...you see; you know what I'm talking about. That's why TKD is not exactly good for you. That one, and the ligament that runs under your groin - I take it you've damaged that one too Wink

Oh well, it's almost another day. Back to normal service from this forum I suppose. Goodnight.

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There are skills far more arcane and dark than discussed so far, a true exponent of those arts need not demean himself by fighting, to watch someone with the skill to prevent an attacker causing them any harm whilst in turn not inflicting harm on the attacker is something to behold

I was fortunate to have known such a person.

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I really don't want to carry on deviating from the forum theme but i've got to set Roy straight on what I meant.

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Plus it ain't the system but the fighter that will help you on the street.

I haven't a clue what you mean but I'm pretty sure you're wrong.

What I mean is that no one system is better than any other system, it comes down to the individual. I am pretty sure that in some cases a boxer could beat a Taekwondo practicioner and vice versa, and even someone who has had no training in anything could beat a grappler. I am pretty sure i'm right.

Just like web design, simple learning and understanding doesn't make you better than anybody else. It is what you bring to them skills as an individual that sets you apart from other people.

Plus I think you will find Roy that you deviated this thread. I simple related TPH saying that he doesn't think his school will listen to people trying to change their site, to my experience of redesigning my instructors site and him not using it. Thus confirming to TPH that MA schools won't listen.

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Again Off-topic Laughing out loud

I did Zen Do Kai for 3 years and made my way to Black Belt 1st Dan. Then i had to get a job so i kinda lost my time to be able to attend Sad
Now that I've moved to Kalgoorlie I'm looking for another gym.

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It is no longer a Bank Holiday for us Brits so it's 'sensible head' time again. Therefore I have moved this entire thread to Geek News as it is too off topic for Off Topic and definitely not for CSS Layouts. How interesting that so many of us share an interest in the martial arts - I wonder why this is?

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What I mean is that no one system is better than any other system, it comes down to the individual. I am pretty sure that in some cases a boxer could beat a Taekwondo practitioner and vice versa, and even someone who has had no training in anything could beat a grappler. I am pretty sure I'm right ... It is what you bring to them skills as an individual that sets you apart from other people. Subject closed.

Subject continued. Joseph, you have just described Bruce Lee's system to a tee. He advocates that you should learn lots of different styles (including boxing if you wish) and then find out what works for you as an individual. This might be a particular punch from Wing Chun; an elbow block from Wado Ryu; a stance from Shotokan; and a kick from Tae Kwon Do; whatever works for you as an individual. He called his system Jeet Kune Do, and it is unique in that it is a system intended to avoid systems, if that makes any sense Smile Read up on it and you'll see what I mean. It is superb in every respect, although it obviously takes a lot of study because you need to follow a few different styles first, and this can take years.

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I did Zen Do Kai for 3 years and made my way to Black Belt 1st Dan.
I've never heard of this style - what makes it what it is?

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There are skills far more arcane and dark than discussed so far, a true exponent of those arts need not demean himself by fighting, to watch someone with the skill to prevent an attacker causing them any harm whilst in turn not inflicting harm on the attacker is something to behold. I was fortunate to have known such a person.

Then you are luckier than I grasshopper, as whilst I have seen much of this in films, I have never seen this (done properly) in real life.

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You don't need to tell me about Bruce Lee, he happens to be one of my true idols, The Way of the Intercepting fist, The style of no style, Game of Death sucks and all that.

Taekwondo to me is a way of doing an elaborate martial arts that looks bloody good. Since I am only in that game for probably the same reason a person would take up Gymnastics or dancing. Taekwondo for me has the best kicks and since these are the stuff of dreams to a 7 year old, I won't be changing any time soon.

That said though, soon as I land my Web Design job, if ever, I plan to take up Karate aswell, (at a place that doesn't have a website yet) but If I ever got into a conflict on the street I would use my legs, and run as fast as I can. Laughing out loud

Zen Kai Do is a free style martial arts similar to TKD & Karate. Aparantly each student will eventually have a unique style.?

Don't know why this thread wasn't moved earlier.

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Back on topic briefly: what site did they rip off, or have I completely lost the plot on this one.

Then on to Martial Arts: I've been practicing Aikido for the last couple of months and passed my first grading last Saturday [-o<

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I was wondering just the same thing, which site it's ripped off from?

I am also no wondering why I don't do any martial arts, I feel quite left out Crying

I think i'll cancel my subscription to Guns'N' Ammo and get a copy of Feet'N'Fists instead Laughing out loud

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As this is so far off topic I've changed the topic title. The site was a rip-off of the old Macromedia site, I think.

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Being ex-forces I needed to be able to look after myself in the bar as well as the stuff you learn by trade. I took BL's ideas further and developed entire combinations specific to circumstance. For example: you're at the bar and someone is hassling you. You 'feel' that they are about to knife or glass you and decide to act first (obviously this is the moment of no return and could very easily put you in jail if it goes wrong and you kill him, so you need to be absolutely sure that there is no alternative but to strike, but better alive in jail than dead or blinded etc.).

So you [detail subsequently removed by author]. This would all be carried out in one fluid movement and is a last-resort of course, but when practised day after day it can be pulled off very accurately, very fast, and very effectively. There is no way on earth they would see it coming. This is in the spirit of BL's system: one highly effective move executed with perfection.

I should say that although I have practised this move (among many others) for many years, I have never needed to use it (or any of the others) because as everyone who does marshal arts knows, it gives you the confidence to deal with situations without having to use it. Just knowing that you can cope gives you that look in the eye that stops others even trying. But if you don't practice, you aren't as confident and you might then need it!

But I know where you're coming from Joseph, by wanting to do TKD as a form of art. That's a very good reason to do any marshal art and if it keeps you fit and gives you any sort of edge on the street (which it does) then that can only be good Smile With me, I also needed to be able to look after myself because that's the kinda life I led in my younger days Wink

Does anyone else have any comments on the relevance of marshal arts in today's society?

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I think it was the Macromedia site that it ripped off. You will have to ask TPH, although it seems he has abandoned his own thread thanks to us hijackers.

Lets all go out hunting for website 'looky-likies' and get this thing heading in the right direction.

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Oh he beat me to the answer. Bloody Gurus.

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Oh darn - shall I change the title back again then?

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Mathew - "I'm not talking about your queensbury rules, I'm talking about savage blood letting, the kind of fighting you learn on the street."

Martin - "What? 'Street Fighting".

Laughing out loud

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Am I missing something here? How is this linked site a ripoff?

I refuse to be like the faceless masses of sheep and have a signatu......awwwwwwwww CRAP!!

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nix wrote:
Am I missing something here? How is this linked site a ripoff?

Read the original start of this thread and all should become clear > http://www.csscreator.com/css-forum/ftopic9894.html

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roytheboy wrote:

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I did Zen Do Kai for 3 years and made my way to Black Belt 1st Dan.
I've never heard of this style - what makes it what it is?

I can't remember the full history of it, but i do remember that it was started by a Security Guard some time ago.

Learnt all different kinds of things. We did the normal defend yourself kind of stuff, we did wrestling, a bit of weapon defense such as the "broomstick" and Arnis, and even did some Muay Thai. Lots of fun.

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Yes, it sounds fun. But I'm still bemused as to why so many of us regulars on this forum are into marshal arts :? Do you think it's because the part of our psyche that gives us our natural pursuit of coding discipline and excellence also shows itself by way of a pursuit for physical discipline and excellence?

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Roy - it's only natural that computer geeks learn matrial arts - It enables them to still have weedy IT worker bodies and still fend off the attacks from the bad men in the warehouse/accounts/sales/whatever. Laughing out loud

Actally it IS a bit odd now that you mention it...

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Roy wrote:
think it's because the part of our psyche that gives us our natural pursuit of coding discipline and excellence also shows itself by way of a pursuit for physical discipline and excellence?

Nah, just love the thought of being able to beat someone up with style.

Clearly this a forum full of repressed angry people needing an outlet for their pent up aggression.

Tis strange though how many, tell you what if any other forum ever tries to take us on we'll make mincemeat of them Smile

Oh Mr. Lee and Mr. Carradine you've a lot to answer for.

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Aw shucks - as I sit here bored out of my tiny mind, wander aimlessly hither and thither, I espy a thread I just know I haven't visited yet. Yes - it's entitled MARITAL aids - should be entertaining, I thought - and what are you lot talking about - a spelling mistake Crying

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Aw shucks - as I sit here bored out of my tiny mind, wander aimlessly hither and thither, I espy a thread I just know I haven't visited yet. Yes - it's entitled MARITAL aids - should be entertaining, I thought - and what are you lot talking about - a spelling mistake Crying

I have no idea how all of this came about either. Maybe martial arts is a form of marital aid, a way to sort out problems with your life mate. What better way to say "I'm sorry" than to kick the living stuffing out of your favorite bird? Some people seem to enjoy the same treatment even in tender moments. I'm currently seeing a girl who likes getting her hair pulled and her body thrown around. Still, I've yet to introduce her to my devestating sidekick. Maybe because I don't have one.

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Still, I've yet to introduce her to my devestating sidekick. Maybe because I don't have one.

- Antibland Wink mebbe your sidekick will have more fun with her. :roll: Laughing out loud

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Could it have been a Freudian slip in the part of the original poster? and just what was he doing at the time Shock

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Or it could have been a sh*t-disturbing moderator who was bored and wanted to see how sharp people's eyes were - but, of course, that is pure conjecture upon my part.

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Hmmmmm. This topic was split from another and then underwent various titles as various mods got bored. It said something else the last time I saw it :roll: ...and there's me thinking DE was on holiday or something Wink

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31 May 8:32am "somebody wrote:
I have moved this entire thread to Geek News

31 May 12:25pm "somebody wrote:
As this is so far off topic I've changed the topic title.

31 May 12:30pm "somebody wrote:
Oh darn - shall I change the title back again then?

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No, here's the truth. The original title did contain the word "martial," not "marital". Some devilish moderator had gone and changed it, thinking we'd all look like fools, which we now do. Someone needs to hang his/her head in shame--Ouch! Not now, honey.

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Well, just to throw another ringer. We had been musing the apparent connection between web-geekiness and martial arts study noting a surprisingly high correlation. It is certainly an intriging finding. Another correlation getting a lot of press lately is the correlation of net pedophiles and Star Trek obsession. See this MacLean's article for the Canadian take on it, but it has been picked up on newwires and blogs everywhere. Still want to call yourself a trekker??

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Puhlease - not another title.

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Are you trying to suggest 'twas you that goofed up the title? 'cos the truth is out - we know who it was! We applaud your attempt to deflect the flack away from the guilty individual though. Wink

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Yeah, DE, we know who the perpetrator is, so back off! You don't want a piece of my sidekick, do you?

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