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#197699 - 10/26/05 03:15 PM Too interesting karate club.
1961 Offline
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Registered: 07/28/05
Posts: 26
Hi.

It'll be interesting to see this...
http://ironcrane.com

A lot of... (and sai kata) on this famous site. I thought that NObusiness (no deep loaded to federations) karate schools (clubs like my) was died at all. I was mistaken. Nice that such school are living.

May be profanity of karate... May be... I don't think so. But it was (it is) real karate. Real karatekas.

Best regards.

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#197700 - 10/26/05 03:44 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: 1961]
rookie Offline
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1961,
I am having a little problem understanding your post. I assume it is a language issue. Are you saying this is a dojo you recommend?

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#197701 - 10/26/05 04:11 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: 1961]
Kintama Offline
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Registered: 04/17/05
Posts: 2724
Loc: Massachusetts
Redneck-Ryu? dojo in a trailer.
a very eclectic art - it seems to try and include everything Asian. and the website design portrays this Asian-chowder quite well.

meet your sensei's:
http://ironcrane.com/html/phbimc/Billish.jpg
http://ironcrane.com/html/phdwaz/Donarchb.jpg

deadly plastic dustpan move (right after a sweep no doubt)
see: household item weapon's thread.
http://ironcrane.com/html/pharbw/3e.jpg

cane kata 'Ancient Fury':
http://ironcrane.com/html/cane.html

they might wear thin kimonos with chinese characters on the back, before smoking a doobie having a bud and going to bed.

is this website even real?
{rolls eyes}

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#197702 - 10/26/05 05:00 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: Kintama]
rookie Offline
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Kintama,
That is why I aked for clarification. I was a little suprised to see anyone describe this a "Real" karate. I actually spit my coffee out and started laughing aloud when I first saw the dustpan picture.

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#197703 - 10/26/05 05:06 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: rookie]
Kintama Offline
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Registered: 04/17/05
Posts: 2724
Loc: Massachusetts
did you see this one of the cookout?

here's the real 'irone crane'
http://ironcrane.com/html/ph083102/P8310055.jpg

why isn't anyone eatin' !?
http://ironcrane.com/html/ph083102/P8310064.jpg
(bottom right is the backup dinner - hostess doughnuts)

{banjo - bada bing bing bing bing bing}

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#197704 - 10/27/05 03:43 AM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: 1961]
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Registered: 10/19/05
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1961, I'm glad you gave the link to this site in your post as I really needed a laugh when I got in from a shi**y day at work. I watched quite a few of the kata clips and never have I witnessed such a rampant bout of lumbago at any single club I've ever trained at. One guys even wearing a baseball cap whilst performing a kata. How cool is that. My sensei would never let me wear mine. The kata videos are all set to different classical music tracks which I found a little odd as some kind of circus music would have been more appropriate for this bunch of clowns. Very poor quality technique demonstrated in these kata's. I hope those practitioners in the videos are wearing very dark green belts and not black ones...

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#197705 - 10/27/05 12:37 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: Kintama]
rookie Offline
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Thanks Kintama, I opened the links right before I began to eat my lunch....not hungry any more!

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#197706 - 10/27/05 01:21 PM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: 1961]
Alejandro Offline
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Registered: 05/02/02
Posts: 940
Loc: Las Cruces, NM USA
Wow, now that is rich!

Feel the wrath of Master Archie and his mad BBQing skills!
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#197707 - 10/28/05 08:23 AM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: dogfacedboyuk1]
AshiharaStudent Offline
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Registered: 07/01/05
Posts: 121
Loc: Edinburgh, Scotland
Quote:

1961, I'm glad you gave the link to this site in your post as I really needed a laugh when I got in from a shi**y day at work. I watched quite a few of the kata clips and never have I witnessed such a rampant bout of lumbago at any single club I've ever trained at. One guys even wearing a baseball cap whilst performing a kata. How cool is that. My sensei would never let me wear mine. The kata videos are all set to different classical music tracks which I found a little odd as some kind of circus music would have been more appropriate for this bunch of clowns. Very poor quality technique demonstrated in these kata's. I hope those practitioners in the videos are wearing very dark green belts and not black ones...





Ha ha.... have a look at Tonfa#3. It looks like the guy that does the dance and sings 'Singing in the rain'. All he needsis the hat....he already has a cane.
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#197708 - 10/28/05 08:56 AM Re: Too interesting karate club. [Re: Kintama]
still wadowoman Offline
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Registered: 04/10/04
Posts: 3420
Loc: Residence:UK- Heart:Md, USA
Quote:

did you see this one of the cookout?

here's the real 'irone crane'
http://ironcrane.com/html/ph083102/P8310055.jpg





Ha ha - looks like something the A team would have built out of a few bits and pieces lying around in someone's garage. WTF?

I do agree with the title of this thread though - it certainly is a "too intereseting karate club"
Sharon
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