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Re: question
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Come on Danny. You're just wishing you could do it yourself.

Posted on: 2005/4/18 22:46
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Re: Everyday items...
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Speaking of defensive usage of headwear:

Sap Cap

Posted on: 2005/4/14 14:05
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Re: Titles, titles, titles
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I'm with George.

Posted on: 2005/4/13 22:42
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Re: Tell him go!
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To ni3.b0om: How come an image on your web page shows your teacher wielding Klingon designed blades?
And why can't I find the Bujinkan logo there?

EDIT: What appeared to me at first to be a Klingon Bat'leth is more probably a Gil Hibben design, but I'm still curious about the nunchaku they're using...

Posted on: 2005/4/13 22:36
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Re: Acrobatics Training
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Posted on: 2005/4/8 1:44
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Re: Acrobatics Training
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Posted on: 2005/4/7 11:42
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Re: Everyday items...
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"ohh.. noone mentioned any James bond type gadgets... like if I were to wear a watch (shich I don't cuz I find it annoys me) than I might hide something in the band etc."

You mean like one of these? I have one.

http://www.spiderti.com/dband/DBandFrameSet.html

I did however remove the label on the velcro so as not to give its purpose away. Never had any problems with it, nobody even gave it a second look at the airport on my way to Japan.

I also like the pocketed bandanas available from www.survivalsheath.com and www.bladerigger.com, and have several of them. Load them up with a couple of coins, a smooth rock, batteries or any solid object, and they become a formidable flexible weapon.

Then there is the Stinger, always a favorite...

http://www.donrearic.com/stingerchinook.html

Pieces of paper can be rolled up tightly and used as stabbing implements, though I figure doing so would clearly demonstrate intent to kill, and you can only use them once or twice before they become unusable.

Posted on: 2005/4/5 11:14
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Re: Everyday items...
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www.donrearic.com has quite a bit of information about improvised/expedient weapons.

Posted on: 2005/3/28 9:35
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Re: Pencak Silat Pertempuran and... Taijutsu :)
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http://www.kuntaosilat.com/images/play.wmv

http://www.pecahan.com/mmdemo.WMV

Looks kind of familiar, doesn't it? (Yes yes, lots of fancy kicks, but if that's a complaint you haven't seen The Ninja Art of Grand Master Hatsumi )

Posted on: 2005/2/25 16:56
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Re: Why there is`nt any real ninjutsu movies?
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In the movie "Kagemusha" by Kurosawa, at one point a couple of guys are lying in the grass spying on Takeda Shingen's impersonator asking among themselves something like "hey, is that really the general?"
That's pretty much the closest you'll get to a realistic portrayal of ninja in "mainstream" cinema IMHO.

Posted on: 2005/1/15 13:46
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