Alright, let's all step back from the weapon rack for a second.
For starters, everyone commenting on this video talking about how it's "not parkour" needs to chill out. TONS of videos are posted on here of a single movement or skill, and a large number of them are things like a back tuck, or an aerial twist, or a btwist. You don't give those people crap for the video "not being parkour" so why are you giving Dan crap about his wall flip? The video wasn't called "parkour" or anything to that effect - just that it's a wall flip. I'm guessing people's reactions are probably because of his previous post re: pioneering parkour (which I'll address next). Think about the way your words will be read by people new to this community - hitting them with purist, elitist, semantical bullshit will not garner a good view of yourself, this site, the pk community, and so on. It will also discourage future interactions, which would be unfortunate.
As for Dan - not a bad wall flip at all, esp. for 35 years old. I'm hoping to still be wall flipping when I'm 35 (sooner than I want).
Regarding your previous post re: Pioneer of parkour and your comment earlier on this thread about doing parkour before we knew what it was/incorporating it, I like the enthusiasm, and you're absoutely entitled to your opinion and your beliefs. I think you're going to take a LOT of flack from people in the pk community, and ESPECIALLY people who post regularly on these forums about that - there's a pretty well accepted history and timeline regarding parkour, and a recognized group of people given credit for its development. You will find (as I do a lot) that people get very protective of parkour (I'm not sure why - it's movement and it's for everyone) and don't like seeing what they believe is a "muddying of the waters." I'm not a fan of this view - it's somewhat elitist and kind of off-putting, but it's there. At the same time, I believe proper homage should be paid to the people who put in the time effort and sacrifices to make what is generally accepted as parkour what it is today. We ALL contribute to the evolution of parkour, this is true. But some people truly deserve credit for its foundation.
I do think that your video re: pioneering parkour was somewhat misleading - the video was almost entirely bboying/dancing, with a couple of outdoor flips. To be honest, it wasn't a good support video for a title such as "I am one of the pioneers of parkour." As David Belle once said, "Acrobatics existed a long time ago before parkour." That being said, it is clear that you were quite skilled at your movement, and that's always good to see, regardless of the type of movement.
I hope the people reading and posting on threads such as this can have a more accepting approach in the future...