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Re: Dojo in Queens, New York
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I am not very familiar with your area in New York. However Bayside, Queens, is not too far from Bronxville, according to Mapquest. A friend of mine has been training with Joe Maurantonio, Bujinkan New York Dojo (BNYD), for some time. You can visit Joe's website http://kihon.com/dojo/
Or email Don on his website http://dojo.oninohana.com/index2.php

Good luck.


Posted on: 2005/2/24 2:09
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Re: working late
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Wow. I did not think anyone would look so closely at my little piece of prose. Thank you for doing so. After you have pointed out these faults they really pop out at me. This is my first attempt and obviously an immature one. I think I might have to do some research before trying again.

Thanks again for the crit. It is nice to see that there are all types of knowledge we can share with each other.

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Posted on: 2004/12/24 1:26
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working late
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The other day I was working late and missed training. Here were my thoughts.


at work after 5
an endless night with no end
alone I click mouse


happy training.

Posted on: 2004/12/17 5:49
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Re: Another good man has fallen
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It was a terrible thing. Everyone I know feels for those who went through this ordeal and for those who have lost loves ones.
As previously said, we must always be conscious of our surroundings and of others. Take care.

Here is an additional link for those who are interested. On Mtv news.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1494 ... plan.jhtml?headlines=true

Posted on: 2004/12/15 5:37
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Re: walking taijutsu and shizen tai
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For dog walking, and dog training in general, check out Matthew Margolis aka Uncle Matty.
www.unclematty.com
http://www.unclematty.com/training/basic.htm
I like his compassion for our canine friends.

Ok, back to training.

Posted on: 2004/8/10 1:32
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Re: Padded Kunai?
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Check out Tim's training tools. They are pretty cool.
http://www.timbathurst.net/
http://www.timbathurst.net/tombo.html

Posted on: 2004/5/25 6:00
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Re: Sword Care
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Posted on: 2004/5/12 6:02
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Re: Hanwei ?
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As far as I have come across, Last Legend and Paul Chen blades are the two to choose from for production blades.
From there you start to look at a custom blade smith, and an increase in price. I can not say as there are no others out there, but I have looked, extensively.
You might want to visit the Sword Forum International website, for other information.
http://forums.swordforum.com/index.php?s=

I'll check out your other post.

Happy training. And thanks for sharing.

Posted on: 2004/5/12 4:52
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Re: Weapons Making
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Thank you for the mini welding lesson, this is great help. A freind of mine said he would help with the welding, and I do not know what type of equipment he has. I will be sure to practice on a couple of test rings as you suggest. I used 1/8" wire wound it to a 1/2" i.d. So I was feeling like I should weld it. However maybe I will try the 3/16" as well. Though I still want to get the welding experience in.

This will be a fun adventure.

Thanks again.

Posted on: 2004/4/30 23:31
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Re: Look this 2
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Your training tools look very impressive and well crafted. The detail looks great. My teacher, David, has ordered several pair of training shuko. We look forward to checking them out.

Posted on: 2004/4/30 6:23
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