Discussion in 'FMA Videos' started by Datu Tim Hartman, Sep 1, 2010.
Another "death touch" scam...sheesh! Apparently he believes there's no such thing as bad publicity, given that he did this.
One has to wonder who would go to learn under someone like that!
I remember Dillman on NatGeo saying the reason why his no-touch ko didn't work was that the guy must have tucked his tongue or lifted a pinky negating the energy or some such BS.
I can do a no touch KO. I just have to eat a lot of very spicy food about an hour ahead of time.....
Then there's my friend Mr. Glock.
Kudos to the news station for bringing in Jiu-Jitsu students!!
As far as what I think?
Reminds me of a guy who got his start in Buffalo, back in the day.....
His students should be upset (for many reasons but here is what I am getting at):
He said that the Jiu-Jitsu guys were resistant to the technique because they were athletic yet every one of his students were "knocked out" from the technique. So either it is a scam or he just trains pansies... or both.
His students should go train at the Jiu-Jitsu club. Then they would be more resistant to his technique (and his BS).
As for him not wanting to demonstrate the technique on the reporter for fear of hurting her... priceless.
In all fairness though, I bet this guy is almost as good as Jim Carrey:
Raise your toe to avoid a NTKO. Right.
Like a lot of beginning students, you had your tongue in the wrong position... of course I couldn't knock you out...
I remember Remy Presas picking up from George Dillman the "Preacher's knockout" to the forehead (which involves hitting there with the open palm)...but I believe that the vast majority of these are just stage magic--a "social pressure" knock-out where people fall to avoid embarrassing the instructor/preacher.
This is a rated-PG forum. I can't use the appropriate words to tell you what I think but, this about sums it up:
There may even be a bit more to it than that, esp. with the EMTs noting a change in vital signs. Look at the difference in focus, both on the faces and in the voices of the jiujitsu students as compared to the dim mak students. Strikes me that the dim mak students are very impressionable and easily influenced....like the Benny Hinn followers. They want so badly to feel what their teacher expects them to feel...their physiology eventually cooperates to a degree.
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