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Re: Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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No, I thank You Shawn - I did not think about that aspect of web piracy - thanks to you I've learned something new :] and made my page a bit safer...

Posted on: 2006/4/19 11:51
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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Shawn - I did code your e-mail address at my page - could you have a look at my script and tell me if that would be enough to fool those robots?

Posted on: 2006/4/19 4:34
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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I have to admit - I did not think of that :( Sorry.
I would like to change that - so any suggestion is welcome as long as it is feasible to do it on my limited level of html script understanding...

Posted on: 2006/4/19 4:02
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Re: Bujinkan Dojo's in and near Rochester, NY???
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Ryan Reed is a very experienced and knowledgeable Shihan - if you can, you should most definitely try him out!

Posted on: 2006/4/14 2:20
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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It is well up-to-date regarding most of the provinces - since I have active friends out there - but B.C. I have a problem with he he he - do not know many of you - never been there :( It is simply too far... If you would like to help me with expending BC directory - I would like you to talk to your community and make interested individuals to contact me - let me know whom I'm missing (e-mail me) - I will try to contact them OK? I would appreciate any help with that directory. Thank You.

Posted on: 2006/4/13 11:52
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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As I said on my web page - only people who want to be posted are posted there - you jump to wrong conclusions Syd - I do not hunt them down - I try to create a unity in training - this is directory of friends - I respect all people with good hearts and try to help them to train together by providing information of their abouts... that's all.

There is still hope there - I was contacted by mentioned shihan - and he did not disappoint me - he changed his mind and he reconsidered - there is a lesson in all our actions :)

Gambatte.

Ps. Syd - no worries you will not be listed - I promise he he he

Ps.2. Jon - thanx for your support.

Ps.3. Papa-san - with all do respect I will keep names to myself... I do know that shihan for many years and I respect him (that's why I was sadden by his decision...)

Posted on: 2006/4/13 3:31
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Re: Bujinkan Black Belts of Canada
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Funny how this thing is evolving - there are leaps back and forth --- I'm bitter today because I had to remove a good dozen of names from my directory (I was asked by a shihan to remove his name and names of his students...) Sometimes I feel hopeless

Posted on: 2006/4/12 12:42
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Nr.19 was a lot of fun - especially the interview full of memories from early training days :)
But I wonder, is there going to be nr.20?

Posted on: 2006/3/16 11:22
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Re: Buddhists in Japan - 500BC?
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:) OK I do not want to start a war here so I will post a little historical fact:
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The Buddha who is the founder of the Buddhist religion is called Buddha Shakyamuni. "Shakya" is the name of the royal family into which he was born, and "Muni" means "Able One". Buddha Skakyamuni was born as a royal prince in 624 BC in a place called Lumbini, which was originally in northern India but is now part of Nepal. His mother's name was Queen Mayadevi and his father's name was King Shuddhodana."


He died when he was 80 years old.

So my question is: How feasible might be that Buddhism of any form arrived to Japan not even a century after his death? Especially when it is widely believed that Buddhism was introduced to China during the Han period (206 BC-220 AD)?

Posted on: 2006/3/12 9:41
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