Question for Rick Tew Part Du

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  1. RRouuselot

    RRouuselot Master of Arts

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    Since I got no answer on the original Question for Rick Tew thread I took ENOSN's suggestion and emailed Rick tew.
    I am still waiting for a reply……
    No “testosterone” just a few simple questions that any martial artist should be willing and able to answer about themselves.

    1- How old is he?

    2- What arts did he study?
    2A - How long did he study each art?
    2B - What ranks did he reach in those arts?
    2C - Who did he study under or with?

    3- How old was he when he founded his RTMS?

    4- What is the difference between Rick Tew's Martial Science and Tew Ryu Ninjitsu?


    I will post the answers if and when I get them...........
     
  2. Cruentus

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    I don't know what went on in the locked threads, but I'd say that those seem like fair questions.

    I don't do ninjitsu, yet I'd be curious to know those answers myself...

    Paul
     
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  3. Enson

    Enson 3rd Black Belt

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    okay responses part 2: you can find this under my orignal answers in the last thread that was locked.

    http://www.martialtalk.com/forum/showpost.php?p=306219&postcount=4

    if you are considering rtms these are great questions... i will be happy to assist you further... go ahead and pm me if you have any additional questions.

    peace
     
  4. Rich Parsons

    Rich Parsons A Student of Martial Arts

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    Enson,

    I will watch this, as will Sheldon and others.

    Yet, I see RR's desire to get answers, even after your post. You gave generalities, and no dates or years of training. Some people need to see numbers, to get a grasp of what they think about, others need generalities, and others, need to feel it, numerous time in person before they can learn.

    :asian:
     
  5. Enson

    Enson 3rd Black Belt

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    i answered the questions the best i could. i'm sorry if additional info is needed that i can't provide. again i'm just a lowley practicioner.

    peace
     
  6. Rich Parsons

    Rich Parsons A Student of Martial Arts

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    Enson,

    It is good to answer what you know. Just do not take it personally, if others wish to verify with the top man or to get more information.

    :asian:
     
  7. Enson

    Enson 3rd Black Belt

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    i'm all for people looking into it further. i won't take it personally. i encourage everyone to research their questions beyond this forum.

    peace
     
  8. RRouuselot

    RRouuselot Master of Arts

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    Day 4

    Still no reply from Rick Tew yet........
     
  9. Enson

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    i'm sure his answer is on its way....

    peace
     
  10. Enson

    Enson 3rd Black Belt

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    found this on a old site i posted on:

     
  11. RRouuselot

    RRouuselot Master of Arts

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    OK, that answers part of the question about what but it doesn't say from whom or how long he trained in each.

    Not to sound rude but by your post it seems he just took a bunch of stuff and made his own style and calls it Rick Tews version of Ninja.......it just seems that kickboxing has about as much to do with Ninjutsu as female nude mud wrestling.
    So I quess anybody could do what Rick Tew did and call hit XXXXXX ninja style.
     
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    Not really. Can you?
     
  13. RRouuselot

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    What do you mean?
     
  14. Enson

    Enson 3rd Black Belt

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    well that is a crude way of putting it but more or less correct.
    now that is something i would like to see in our school! i think that is something that should be impelemented immediatly
    the truth is anyone can do whatever they want to do... that depends on the founder... no one can stop someone else from using a title unless its copywritten. now we at rtms believe that what we do is our form of ninjutsu... we use it as a concept to grow and add additional techniques. what was learned from bussey is expounded upon to further develope rtms. we call it american modern ninjutsu. now if some have a problem with this... they can choose not to agree, not join the school... whatever... but insults and the likes are just plain silly. its like talking about someones choice of clothing or religion. its not up to you so just respect the person for his choice and move on.

    as far as dates and the likes... i personally don't know... i read that he was running a couple of schools by the age of 19... but i have never taken the time to ask days, months, years, etc. to me that stuff really doesn't matter... i just recently learned sensei had children. to me i'm there for the training and not to get involved in his personal life. that is why if anyone has questions about sensei's b-day, when he got his first belt... etc... they should take the time to ask him personally...

    peace
    *note* his emails rarely get replied to unless you are a student.... but you can try.
     
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    female nude mud wrestling...is that part of kunoichi training?

    More research needed...willing to sacrifice myself to further the group.
     
  16. RRouuselot

    RRouuselot Master of Arts

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    I haven’t seen anyone make any insults……..yet.
    Actually it’s not like religion or clothing.
    If someone wears unattractive clothing it makes no difference when they are in a self-defense situation. Studying a poorly designed martial art would.
    And as for religion….well you won’t know for sure if you made the right choice until after you are dead.

    I didn’t ask for dates.
    I asked some simple questions that most students of any art can answer about their teacher.

    1- How old is he?.....approximately is fine.

    2- What arts did he study?
    2A - How long did he study each art?....... approximately is fine.
    2B - What ranks did he reach in those arts?
    2C - Who did he study under or with?

    3- How old was he when he founded his RTMS?......... approximately is fine.

    4- What is the difference between Rick Tew's Martial Science and Tew Ryu Ninjitsu?
    (being a student of his this one should be easy for you)


    Interesting….
     
  17. Enson

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    didn't i say this already...? good luck in further research.

    peace
     
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  18. Enson

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    now thats funny! :rofl:
     
  19. RRouuselot

    RRouuselot Master of Arts

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    OK, there’s one question answered…..sort of.
    1) He makes it sound like that is something to be proud of. Dux is a known fake.
    OK, so now we know he has at least a shodan in a fake style.
    2) You say dan’s…..that is a possessive form for someone named Dan….I think you mean “dans”…..OK, what dan ranks in Hapkido did he earn?
    What ranks did he earn under Bussey?
    Again, you gave very vague answers…..

    No problem with not knowing……however answer 4 doesn’t shed much light on question 3.

    I see......
     
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  20. Enson

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    from what i have been told is that it was like a 5th dan in hapkido... and then became a chief instructor for bussey (bussey didn't give out dans)

    peace
     

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