Wyatt Earp and the End of Karate.
By Robert Hunt
Wyatt Earp, his two brothers, Morgan and Virgil, along with Doc Holiday, all young men (thirty-something), strode resolutely down Fourth Street in Tombstone, Arizona, one October afternoon in 1881. There … Continue Reading ››
"You can't force this piece of wood to do things it doesn't want to do. It only does the things of which it is capable. It understands perfectly what it is supposed to do and it keeps trying to let you know, but you won't listen. Only we stupid humans try to do things in … Continue Reading ››