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    Drat Brian, you caught my slip-up. Tobi-komi jun-geri I think we might have called it.
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    Team Jesus???

    Whoa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripitaka of AA View Post
    Drat Brian, you caught my slip-up. Tobi-komi jun-geri I think we might have called it.
    If I recall, we called it mae tobi geri in Karate-do Shito Ryu Hayashi-ha.

    The confusion between it and yoko tobi geri is understandable in this case; the patch isn't exactly great and precise artwork.
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    A Chinese word, "Ky" (whatever that is) and Japanese terminology? The mind boggles!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew S View Post

    A Chinese word, "Ky" (whatever that is) and Japanese terminology? The mind boggles!!
    KY? As in the lubricant? For those two figures, they may as well need them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew S View Post
    A Chinese word, "Ky" (whatever that is)...
    Hmm. Very, uh, "interesting."

    http://www.wushukykarate.co.uk/history.php
    Last edited by Brian Owens; 9th July 2013 at 21:52.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Owens View Post
    Hmm. Very, uh, "interesting."

    http://www.wushukykarate.co.uk/history.php
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    I thought "what a strange organization" until I stumbled across this bit ...
    Wu Shu Ky is registered with the English Karate Federation, the British Karate Assosiation, the World Karate Federation and with Juko Kai.
    Juko Kai makes it all become crystal!
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    And this one is equally baffling.


    It looks like a mixture of made up stuff and haphazzard katakana with a poorly written 空手 at the bottom of the left-hand column.
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    Makes you wonder what they thought they were writing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Owens View Post
    Hmm. Very, uh, "interesting."

    http://www.wushukykarate.co.uk/history.php
    I see the school is run by 3 san dans and no seniors."fully qualified to teach karate" They can do warm ups and kihon drills but way to low to operate without a master instructor at least checking on them occasionally.

    I noticed that one guy has his hand on his gut instead of the koiguchi during a strange batto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black and Blue View Post
    I see the school is run by 3 san dans and no seniors."fully qualified to teach karate" They can do warm ups and kihon drills but way to low to operate without a master instructor...
    Maybe "Wu Shu Ky" only has three dan levels, and these guys are the grand masters.
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