A couple of months ago I took my black belt test at the Kung Fu school I've been attending. It was tough for an old geezer like me, but I survived it, and after five years of pretty intense training, earned my black belt. Anyway, that's the reason for replacing my author's photo.

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Comment by William Dylan Powell on March 8, 2008 at 3:07pm
Rock on, Dave! That is awesome, as I know Hung Gar folks are tough and old school. Are you guys Lam family lineage or Tang Fong?

I'm the fattest, slowest guy in my Wing Chun school but I love it. My wife and I watched Master Killer with Gordon Liu last night. Classic. Manchu bastards!
Comment by Dave Zeltserman on March 2, 2008 at 12:00pm
Karyn, thanks. I know what you mean. The black belt was in Hung Gar southern-style Kung Fu--all external forms. For the second degree, it's mostly internal --bagwa, budha palms, tai chi, and I'm fumbling around, feeling like a beginner again.
Comment by Karyn J. Powers on March 2, 2008 at 11:44am
Congratulations, Dave. It's a great accomplishment. When I got mine, after the ceremonies and all the hoopla, my Master shook my hand and said, "Now you are ready to learn." Congrats on the book, too.
Comment by Dave Zeltserman on March 2, 2008 at 9:51am
Thanks, Don. I got my author's copies the otherday, and the book looks great. Now just waiting for the reviews...
Comment by Don Anderson on March 2, 2008 at 8:41am
Congratulations, Dave! Hope SMALL CRIMES earns a black belt, too. Can't wait till it comes out.

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