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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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This discussion, neh forum, is merely an extension of our daily 'actions', though more (or less) cerebral.

These (our) actions are date stamped forever in the ether: what is your legacy?

The strategy and counter-poise is analogous to the non-physical world that influences our daily lives (assuming one is not a hermit, then again arguable vv fallout or rising sea levels). To limit the scope of training to rolling, punching, sword play, etc. is, in my view, naive.

We're just starting.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 20:09
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Touché, however while "talk is cheap" and "calling a spade a spade" is an admirable quality... you "can't buy class".

Call me a quantum hippy, but I'd rather use words to build than destroy.

Converse sub-text: "It's all in the vibe".

Posted on: 2011/10/7 16:30
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Goran: it's not the basis of what one says but how one expresses it... and how one reacts in turn... that is the measure of a man.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 8:37
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Mr. Wood, Mr. Dumas: wholeheartedly agree. Thanks.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 8:30
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Re: Threats and Belligerence - To the Mods
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We can be direct and maintain your integrity without being abrasive.

Mark: your style is not like that of any educated, self-aware adult I've met.

The prevailing undercurrent of dissatisfaction with Ed's approach (including Mr. Sked) could be handled more openly and maturely.

Posted on: 2011/10/5 9:23
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Re: Threats and Belligerence - To the Mods
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We've been through this before Mark - being rude and insensitive to cultural and personal differences is bad form and reflects poorly on yourself, family, teacher, etc

Posted on: 2011/10/4 18:08
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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My apologies Syd - don't know where 'Sky' came from. Thanks for the clarification.

Posted on: 2011/10/3 6:55
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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Mark: What's a nut-hugger?

Sky: Why do you confer the honorific 'sensei' to Ishizuka (sensei) and not Hatsumi (sensei)?

Posted on: 2011/9/30 12:17
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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I'm sure you can't in good conscience let the non-semiotically challanged carry the day Duncan? Please reconsider.


Posted on: 2011/9/29 9:22
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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I thought it was a great introduction - danke!


Posted on: 2011/9/17 5:29
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