Master of Arts
- May 2, 2020
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You're the one posting and promoting a "plausible theory" and you keep repeating that it's "rock solid".What are you smoking? I never wrote nor implied any such. If you're going to just make up **** and claim I said it, then we're going to have a hard time having any conversation.
It's play-dough solid.
Ah, I see. Your ego is hurt.First lesson, don't assume you know what I have done or what my experience is, never mind assuming you know what I believe or think. For frack's sake you tried to use a source to prove I was wrong (or something) written by a friend of mine in which I was attributed as a source in the acknowledgements.
This is the silliest thing I've ever read on MT. The Chinese shorties had to learn boxing from the British to learn to fight taller British people.No one in this discussion, including the articles author, Mr. Godwin, ever claimed the British created Wing Chun. The closest that anything has come is that the Mr. Godwin claims that the Chinese used English Boxing to create Wing Chun, partially as a way to fight the taller Europeans.
You're making me laugh.
No? Good.Are you trolling me or did you just not actually read the article?
No? Good.No it isn't. Again, are you trolling or did you just not read the article? Yes, I'm 100% serious about this question.
You're all over the place. First Wing Chun was invented by the Chinese from British boxing to defend themselves from taller brits.Straw Man. No one made the claim that the British brought martial arts to china besides you.
Now you're backpedaling, you never even posted that? It's in your first post in this thread.
No it's not.That's nice. It's also 100% irrelevant and 100% Straw Man.
Go take a nap then. When you're rested, come back with actual "rock solid" arguments.I grow weary of your misstating and misrepresenting the authors claims and statements. I grow weary of you misrepresenting my statements. I grow weary of you conflating my personal beliefs with what Mr. Godwin states merely because I brought his statements to your attention.
You've officially convinced me not to ever buy or read your book.