- Feb 3, 2005
- Reaction score
- Huber Heights, OH
Truthfully, I'd probably listen. An exchange of information is often helpful, or at the very least entertaining.Um well, I'd start trying to tell you how. LOL
In Judo, for instance, there's at least 4 different variation of every darn throw, not including the old "pre-war" style which is often, well... "less friendly." For instance, there's the "stomping the floor" variation of O Soto Gari. I'm familiar with it from old Boxing manuals (yes, really) and from Danzan Ryu, but I'd never seen it in Judo before a friend sent me a link to a very old B&W film. Who knows what else?
Or Bowie Knife. Gosh, there's no "proven lineage" for Bowie knife going back to Jim himself so there's lots and lots of variations and useful stuff out there. Why wouldn't anyone want compare notes?
If you're ever in the Dayton, Ohio area, my WMA club is on Tuesday nights from 6-8, out of my garage, affectionately nicknamed "The Carport of Calamity." Please do stop in and say hello.
Peace favor your sword,