Your Style

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It all started when…well…I have heard it often enough.  Much less in the past year, the chimps have evolved (including me), however, some chimps continue to hold on to the tree, unaware they can simply put their feet down, walk and experience other parts of the planet.  Aaaahhhhnalogies.   Interestingly, when I meet martial art rope dartists (of which I happily am one) the word ‘style’ seldom, if ever comes up.   I show martial artists martial technique, dance technique, spin technique and they eat it all up.  I have told martial artists at Kung Fu schools where I was hosting … Continued

That Night

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The take over started. Dozens of dartists were on the field, the burn in the air made his heart sing. Moving through the crowd, he stopped at every dartist to smile and receive a smile back. Exchanging other friendly gestures for but a moment in time-space. And then, he saw her. Away in the distance, tearing up the Earth with a gentle ferocity that only a Wizard could do. The dust she kicked in the air was her partner, giving and taking good vibrations. He made his way towards her, when within ear shot yelled her name, “—-!” She caught … Continued

Chili

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The chili tasted good. A cold beer to wash it down with would have been nice though. The Championships venue, The Wyndham in Orlando, was big; I had helped myself to their pool, (read: snuck in), got a last minute work out in the gym and, of course, enjoyed the sauna. I did steal a towel from the desk when no one was looking and I did return it later that week. I am sure this hotel would have been a great place to stay at. The chili tasted good. A person to eat with would have been nice though. … Continued

Intro. to Rope Dart

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The first time I picked up anything resembling a rope dart it was a Gforce predator switchblade kama with a long piece of cord tied to the end. I was 13 and wanted to see if I could stick it into a tree. After 45 minutes of aimlessly swinging it around in the air I got tired and stopped caring. The next day I went outside and swung it around some more. I did this almost daily for a week or so. After a while I just sort of forgot about it and moved onto the next thing. About 3 … Continued

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