Thank you for some of your explanations back. I use to write columns for one of the Martial art completion organizations I use to compete in so I like dialog/debate and also like to set the record straight when I feel necessary. In writing to you the other night being late after a long day of work and training I might not have been "clear" on what I was trying to explain. I will recap in a more simple text:
What I was reading into your "certificate mill article" was that there are organizations out there that are a little less than credible, want your money, have no real background or credentials behind them etc. and people should be leery to get involved with these organizations...this "I whole heartedly agree with" and there should be something said about some of these organizations on the net! Maybe since you have a web sight you could expose some of these organizations (I would be glad to assist you). I do not claim to be an expert but I have studied "quite extensively" for the past several yrs the growing internet "shopping Mall" of organizations that have appeared online and feel I have done my part locally and regionally to inform people (Martial Art dojos/perspective students etc) about some of these organizations. I am as close to an expert if one exists as I feel the world is running rampant with black belt video exams, teachers who are less than qualified, and mixed martial art systems giving out colored ranks.