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1  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Why was he not willing to accept the death sentence? on: May 11, 2006, 01:30:03 AM
Woof to all,

Ok, beyond the very simple answers there still remains the question, "why would he fight the death penalty at all?" Would he still not be a Martyr if he were killed by the United States? He (I refuse to say his name 1 more time) could have fired his defenders, represented himself, and stood proudly and defiantly behind his and his accompices actions. No excuses about his childhood... no excuses at all. This creature was serving his version of his "God" in his actions - now he blames his Dad?

I agree that this is being tried in the wrong courts. But this worm's actions truly shows what he thinks of his offered paradise.

Forgive me on any religious insults some may be taking. I am not trying to make this any more of a religious issue than it is. But, I am finding it harder and harder to accept more and more actions like this labeled as terror actions when the suspects seem to be of a particular religion. What happened to Hate crimes? Or does that only apply when a middle class white christian male commits a crime on a person who neither looks like nor believes in what the middle class white christian guy believes. (just and example) That being said, I want to state that any Fundamentalist Christian groups such as the KKK or others fall into this catagory in my eyes as well.

These are confusing times and I wish a man could be a man to one another without all the religion, race, creed, etc. After you take all of that away, we would still be men.  I am sad and confused about many things including my own feelings. I don't ever want to fear or hate or even dislike a person because of a book he reads, or clothes he wears or whatever, but as of late I find myself becoming a person I don't particularly care for.

Saddened,

Ziggy
2  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Much Thanks, on: April 06, 2006, 12:36:12 AM
Hello and glad to be here,

Thank you for the time and referal. A great read indeed. I certainly wish I had a Red '55 Chevy. I have always been a sucker for the Nomad.

Again, thank you for the reply.

Best regards,

Robert Marlow
3  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Kali Tudo...how's it going in MMA? on: April 05, 2006, 02:58:41 AM
Hello all and thank you for the time.

I have been a fan/student of the Dog Brothers and DBMA thinking and training methods for quite a while. Im finally in a position to get a copy of Kali Tudo and I am extremely excited about this. I've already thrown my class and Teachers many curves with the information I've been lucky enough to absorb from prior DB videos. Although, sometimes they don't seem to like me venturing far from the "expected moves". HAHA ...

Anyway, I was curious with the results others were getting with the information and training in regards to Kali Tudo and the Kali/Silat/KK in the MMA world. Guro Crafty, could you give us an update on some of the MMA fighters associated with Dog Brothers?

I would also love to hear from others with any input.

Thank you again in advance for any responses. Time is precious and I certainly appreciate that anybody would share their time with me.

Train hard to Fight hard

Best Regards,

Robert Marlow
4  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Mr. Burton Richardson on: October 24, 2004, 06:30:21 PM
Guro Crafty,

Quote from: Crafty_Dog
PS:  Ziggy, what Burt Richardson clips?


"Clips" was not the best term for the material I previously mentioned.
At the end of the Panther Productions RCSF vol. 3 there is a section that contains Mr. Richardson and Mr. Griffin showing the empty hand applications of some the siniwalli techniques. Although not weapon against EH, it was educational to see the manner and situations in which these techniques were used.

Quote from: Crafty_Dog
"The curriculum of DBMA includes this area, which looks at things from both sides of the equation-- when he has the stick and you don't, and when you have the stick (or close analog thereof) and he doesn't. I confess to be rather tickled with myself with this block of material and as I write find myself wondering if there would be interest in a DVD-video on it."


Speaking only for myself I can say without a doubt there would be interest in this material. I hope you consider releasing this information.

Thank you yet again for your response. I'm sure, you, like most everybody else in this modern day and age of technology created to make our lives simpler - the hours we have available to invest in the matters we love seem to be already taken up with work. I do appreciate your time.

Best regards,

Ziggybob
5  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Thank you, on: October 23, 2004, 01:39:13 PM
Guro Craft,

Thank you for the reply. It will be very excititng to see this information on DVD. One of the things that draws me to DBMA is its honesty and respect given in regards to the sources of the various Instructors and Systems from which the DB have come to draw their influences and knowledge. In doing this DBMA has directed me on a search of my own to see with my own eyes and experience on my own the techniques of some of the greatest sources of Self Defense Martial Arts available.

As far as responses on specific questions that I had asked, I would be very interested in any input you may have as well as any of the posters on this forum.

Good luck to Jeff Brown on the King of the Cage quest. Give 'em hell!

Thank you again and I will anxioulsy await the release of you Kali Tudo videos.

Best regards to all,

Ziggybob
Robert Marlow
6  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Stand-up Unarmed Video? on: October 22, 2004, 12:00:47 AM
Hello and glad to be here,

After sitting down and reviewing some DB videos for some help in stick-foot coordination it struck me that one of the situations that arises in a fight  is the very distinct possibility of facing a stick/knife carrying opponent while being "unarmed" yourself. Have the Dog Brothers considered addressing this subject with a single or multiple videos on the various style's and system's (Pekiti Tirsia, Maphilindo Silat, Bukti Negara, etc.) approaches in handling this scenario? If so, what is your ETA on the tape or tapes?

I realize that the footwork, strike and block angles and other subjects already addressed in current videos are equally as useable with or with out a weapon. However, the finer points such as hand orientation to the blade, do you sweep a blade in front of your body during a "tap", propper hip and body torque used in a kick, knee, elbow, or hand strike, etc. Also, general methods and theories as well as drills such as trapping and flow drills you use in your training. Another subject could be physics of the fight such as do you attack the elbow or hand of an incoming strike.

Anyway, you get the idea. The Burton Richardson clips were great to see and it would be fantastic for those of us who gain much of our training and direction from the DBMAA through Pack Gatherings, Videos, and articles, to see the DB's interpretation of their empty hand system.

Having said all that, I know that the DB's focus is on weapons and stick fighting in particular. But in a real combat as well as the sparring situation the truth is that you, at some point, will be "weaponless" and I can think of very few organizations and individuals that I would rather hear from on this subject than the Dog Brothers.

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

Ziggybob
(Robert Marlow)
7  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Reply thank you... on: July 30, 2004, 10:49:47 AM
Mr. Denny,

I wanted to thank you for your reply. Great points that apply to more than just these few questions. I guess that my "truth" is indeed just that, mine. Form follows function and I suppose that applies to more than just engineering and design.

Thank you again for words of wisdom and a point in the right direction.

Learning,

ziggybob
8  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Understanding what I see online on: July 22, 2004, 01:50:13 AM
Hello and glad to be here.

I would like to ask some questions without offending anybody. Please consider my ignorance of FMA with the exception of what I have been able to learn from DB tape series 1 and 2. I have been looking for information online for FMA material and ran across some vid's of Grandmaster Cabales doing what looked like drills with another gentleman. In these drills and in a follow up book I purchased, I noticed that his grip on a few of his blocks looked as though he released all fingers and was holding the stick at the meaty part where the thumb and index finger meet. The reason I say these looked like drills was partially due to the grip and the power behind the strikes. However, the book clearly shows the same technique used for actual blocks and counters.

I realize I may not be seeing the entire picture but in my perception of what I saw, I:

1. Understood this grip to be a "normal block" and not something for drilling only.
2. Don't understand how control of the stick could be maintained while blocking even a mid power strike.

My questions are:
1. Was stickfighting a training tool for later works with blades?
2. Is our/my focus on power making me miss something?
3. Are these wrist only strikes such a real threat?
   (I do train with very minimal protection and have been on the recieving ends of many types of strikes. In fact, we were actually hitting each other in different places to see the effectiveness of the wrist/flip strikes and was surprised at the ineffectiveness that OUR strikes had on each other.)
4. Why does this information that is being taught seem so far away from what I think a real fight with sticks would be?
5. Is Stickfighting different than fighting with sticks and is Kali so different from stickfighting? (I realize that Kali is much more than combat with sticks but I hope you understand my meaning)

Please help point me in the right direction because I am honestly very confused as to what is FMA, WEKAF, Stickfighing, and the direction I want to go. I am looking for reality and belive the Dog Brothers to be about as real as it gets. I am baffled by such opposing styles.

Thanks so much and sorry in advance for any hard feelings I caused because of the example I used. I certainly don't place my opinion or goals above anybody elses.


Best regards,

Robert Marlow

Dogs bite hard!!!
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