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Author Topic: Qualified and/or an authority on teaching?  (Read 7051 times)


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Re: Qualified and/or an authority on teaching?
« Reply #30 on: October 03, 2008, 06:23:55 AM »

Unfortunately  ;), I have had to use my 'skills' in the past, and of course, I wouldn't want to be without them should I need them in the future. However, it is highly unlikely, given my circumstances, that I will ever need them unless I take employment where it may be a necessity...highly unlikely for me. That said, I think there are many 'oldies' (like me) with a background/interest in M.arts/combat who have a 'don't fuck with me' attitude as a built in safety mechanism, so regular training isn't such a big deal.

As far as instructors go - there's nobody out there who I wouldn't be able to recognise as either  'the real deal' or a 'great pretender'. Just my opinion.

As an aside. The guy(s) who (I think) S.Morris was referring to in his blog is definitely one of the later and one of the many 'cock of the highest order' in the M.arts community.
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