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Another Freerunning Video

Posted: April 08, 2011

I always enjoy Parkour/Freerunning videos, so here’s another one. I hope you like it.

Book Signing, “The Corruptible”

Posted: April 07, 2011

We are happy to announce that one of our members, Mark Mynheir, has a new book out. In case your weren’t aware, Mark is a published author, and I believe this is his 5th book.

His new book is entitled, “The Corruptible”, and he will be having a book signing at Barnes and Noble on Newhaven this Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00pm.

Mark is also a retired homicide detective, a great student, and an all around great guy; so please come out and support your classmate and friend this Saturday.

The Truth About the Knife vs Gun

Posted: April 06, 2011

This is a clip from a great police training video. It really helps you to understand how quickly a knife attack can happen. I have often heard people say that if someone attacked them with a knife, that they would just shoot them. Watch the video and think again. Most attacks are not seen from the required range of 21 feet. This is why training in tactics as well as martial arts are extremely important. (especially for law enforcement)

I hope you find the video eye opening.

P.S. I didn’t title the video, so it’s not my fault that the title is not spelled correctly.

Jackie Chan Raises Money for Japan

Posted: April 05, 2011

This is an interesting article about Jackie Chan raising $3.3 Million for relief efforts in Japan. Click Here to Read the Article

Bullying and Repercussions

Posted: April 04, 2011

I think that just about everyone in the world has seen the video below, but I just wanted to comment on it. There are so many things wrong with this chain of events, that it makes me wonder what kind of world we are leaving to our children, and more importantly what can be done differently.

First of all I feel badly for the large overweight kid that was being bullied. If you read the back-story on this event, you will find that this child is often bullied because of his weight. This is a sad statement for two reasons. The first is that we are raising kids that will bully someone who is overweight. The second reason is that if this child doesn’t change his eating and exercise habits, he will not only be facing bullies, but also a series of long term health problems as well. Obesity is a growing problem in the world, and we need to do a better job of training our kids in this regard.

Another thing that bothers me is the little bully’s character. What made him think that this behavior was acceptable, and how many other people has he picked on. More importantly how will this video affect him in the future. Will he always be known as the kid who got beaten up on youtube. I wonder what long term psychological effects he will suffer in the future.

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