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MYK’s Tekken Time Podcast Episode #8 featuring FilthieRich!

April 2, 2010

Well, it’s been quite a long time since the last episode, but now I’m back to bring to you episode number 8 of MYK’s Tekken Time featuring none other than FilthieRich! On this episode I talk to Filthie about:

  • His Player’s History
  • Heihachi from DR~T6
  • About his acquired position of MLG Tournament Director for Tekken 6
  • and more





MP3 – 1:14:29 – 68.2 MB

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50 Comments leave one →
  1. Ashesfall permalink
    May 19, 2010 2:22 pm

    yea i am every day here and hope to read something new like a podcast or a new episode about a different fighter. i love the 2 episodes

    dont let this stuff die

    by the way i am german
    so there are fans all over the world ^^

    • DrBhup666 permalink
      May 20, 2010 2:26 am

      Yeah I know, right..?

      Nothing new here in months..!!

      I am from Norway, so yes, there are really fans all around the world!

      • Pinnochio permalink
        May 21, 2010 11:47 am

        Dr. Bhup, You said in Norway political correctness triumphs as well? How so? just curious..

      • DrBhup666 permalink
        May 25, 2010 2:31 am

        Well, Norway is a very VERY socialistic country. That means everybody should be equal. Even if they are not. Some people are good in sports, other in theoretical disiplins. Some people are good in working with their hands and getting them dirty, others may be good in musical things and so on and so on.. we are not alike, nor should we be.
        Socialism dictates that everybody should be alike no matter what. So if a person works hard (at school or at work) he gets a lot more taxes than a person who is lazy who actually gets alot more free money from the government. I’m not talking about social security checks like you have. You would be blown away to hear that a person who doesn’t want to work and is lazy and have taken all the wrong choices in his life, will actually get more money than a person working as a teacher or a nurse. It’s crazy!!
        If a women have a child she gets free salary for a whole year just to stay home with her kid! A whole frikin year! And that is unfair. Why should I work so hard and pay alot of taxes because someone desides to have a kid??
        Some girls with no education who have never worked their whole life get a kid when they are 17 just to stay home and get money from the government. We’re talking about a lot fo money here. almost 300 000 kroner (50 000 dollars) a year without lifting your finger!! This is true, it was on Oprah once too.

        If a person is actually good at something, he gets worn down by other people. Instead of looking up to him or even helping him further og taking knowledge from him, he is often burdened byother problems and have to work for others that are not good in that certain task.

        Example: If you are good in school in USA, you often get good credits and characters and maybe can go in special classes and get better teachers or even transfer to better schools. This is your “American Dream” -if one works hard he will succeed in life.
        In Norway if you are any good at something you have to keep quiet in the classroom so others can catch up as well. Even if they don’t give a shit or don’t want to. It’s unfair to the hardworking person or people with talents.
        But this is how most Norwegians think. That everybody is equal (equally bad!). Nobody should be better than anybody at anything.

        Norway is a very socialistic and feministic country. They tend to allocate alot of important jobs to women, again bacause of socialism and everybody should be alike. Women are often not as good as men but they still get a job other men are better qualified than them to bacause of the socialstic structure. It’s madness!

        People often want to get sick so they can stay home rather than work because they know the government will give them alot of money. Money witch the hardworking people have to tax alot for. I pay almost 45% in taxes! Thats crazy! For every 100 dollars I make, I have to give away 45 dollars leaving me with only 55! Only because other who are to lazy to work can have the same standard of living as me.
        How is that fair?

      • Pinnochio permalink
        May 26, 2010 6:36 pm


  2. Pinnochio permalink
    May 21, 2010 11:51 am

    Also, on filthy’s comment about socal wanting to do better as a group. In wikipedia, it says that the brain is wired towards tribalism which is why people probably get more hyped and do better with group rivalries such as EC vs WC, then within indivdual rivalries.

  3. FilthieRich permalink
    May 21, 2010 2:08 pm

    Im gonna ISW MYK.. lotta new stuff is gonna come out very soon!! Im pushing for video casts

  4. eL06 permalink
    June 28, 2010 8:37 am

    Filthy you are Filipino. Would it be possible for you to use your influence and connections to promote the Philippine Tekken Scene? I feel that over here we are severely overlooked. As a player, I am very curious of how the Philippines would fare against other big name countries. The Philippines hasn’t really had a chance to get the exposure that it deserves.

  5. eL06 permalink
    June 28, 2010 8:51 am

    Filthie, you are a Filipino. Would it be possible that you could use your influence and connections to help better promote and give the Philippine Tekken Community a chance? I am one of many that share the same amount of passion as you do for Tekken. All these big countries are mentioned, so I find it quite sad that we don’t get the amount of recognition and exposure we deserve. And hopefully not limited to Manila players, because I am not from Manila. I believe there are other decent players that aren’t from Manila that also don’t get the exposure they deserve. It also disappoints me that they always get the exposure while others are left unnoticed without equal opportunity. But I’m getting off topic.

    Main point is, promote the homeland. The Philippines is never mentioned when people talk about countries. And that is quite saddening to me. Always left in the shadows.

  6. MaddRyuu permalink
    August 26, 2010 9:29 am

    “I could do an extra 20 damage, but I’m gonna jump in the air and punch you, and it’s gonna look gangstah”


    • MaddRyuu permalink
      August 26, 2010 10:29 am

      I also wanted to say I respect what you were talking about, and it’s inspiration for a player like me to put in more work and be proud of it at the end of the day.

      Best of luck with MLG!

  7. randell permalink
    April 19, 2011 2:20 am

    filipino players are not that easy to play with.. we rock!!! 🙂

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