The NYAC-logo and other artwork found on the pages within
this website were created by Shaun Ravens. The copyrights of these images
and artwork go back to when they were first published in 1993 with the
permission of Shaun Ravens. You are granted no permission or license
to use, copy, distribute, download, or link to any text, images, artwork
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Additionally, the text, images and source code, etc. found on this page,
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You are granted no license to use, copy, borrow, or link to them without
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"Borrowing" images, text, ideas or otherwise without permission is theft,
clear and simple. It is the same as if you walked up to someone, pointed
a gun at them and took their belongings or assaulted them. We have a
serious take on what it means to be a martial artist. What do you think
might happen if you tried to assault a serious martial artist?
Be forewarned. Should you choose to ignore this notice, please let us
be clear, we will enforce our copyrights to the fullest extent of the
law - and then some.