That might work, actually. Maybe you could take a trip to Okinawa, so as to study Tang Soo Do in its birthplace.
Yeah, or you could go to Japan, where they think it most certainly originated, or Korea, where there are alternate arguments, or China, where their are more arguments still.
None of the above are Okinawa, but just for fun, let's say for the sake of argument that you're right. If what you have now decided on were hypothetically the case, then there is no basis to unequivocally assert---as you did---that a martial art system headquarted in South Korea with disputed origins "is a style of Okinawan Karate."
And if you paused for a moment to try and think about something coherently, maybe while you were asserting that Tang Soo Do definitely is an Okinawan karate style, it would be reasonable to infer that it would have borrowed its katas from other styles of Okinawan karate. But instead of thinking that through, we get, "They do not have the exact same katas, you sub-nuclear moron!" You know, right before admitting you don't know anything about Tang Soo Do, but you read something about it untold years ago that you vaguely remember.
You know, Droopy, it looks exactly like you are so frantically desperate to prove that you are right, while your enemies cannot be acknowledged to know anything, that you are relying entirely on Google and Wikipedia to find banal bits of trivia about things you have no experience in, and declaring anything you can't find through Google or Wikipedia to be non-existent. And what's even more pathetic is it's not about anything that even matters---even to the topic of that thread. Nor does it have anything to do with any actual proficiency in martial arts, which by your own admission you have not been actually involved in for decades.
Most normal people are not traumatized by acknowledging there are things they don't know about (especially trivial things), and most normal people don't feel compelled to pretend (unconvincingly) to be a self-taught polymath in virtually every field of human endeavor (see also: Daniel Peterson
There may be another living person who is more insecure than you, but it is difficult to imagine how that would be possible. I must say that if your persona is the result of adherence to the alleged restored gospel of Jesus Christ, that belief system is woefully ineffective.