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just wanted to thank everyone who made it to Rob Renner's training today. It's always nice to see so many come together to train. So much information was put out there, and i'm certain we'll be working on it for some time! Keep going!

Posted on: 2008/1/7 11:25
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Re: Human weapon to air Dec 14th/15th
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This could be because they are Sokes main translators and often consult each other to best interpret what soke is saying.

Markk Bush
www.bujinmag.com


Oh, come on Markk!

Don't try to cover up for those guys by using LOGIC!

I mean, obviously, if you spend a few days in Japan, you'll KNOW what the (JAPANESE) cameramen are thinking as they rush out to try and capture Sensei as he moves around the dojo and even what Sensei is thinking when he "turns around and looks behind himself"!
Of course, its even easier to know what a few foreign guys, who have been interacting with Hatsumi for years, are thinking and doing...right?

Damn publicity hounds...

Gary Mitchell

Posted on: 2007/12/27 18:32
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Re: Shinnenjutsu with Robert Renner
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Just got home from Japan, and wanted to add to the thread about Rob Renner. Every trip i've made to japan, i also train with Rob...and so much of soke's information would be lost to me if it weren't for Rob's guidance. Anyone visiting japan would do good to attend some of his class's. Very informative!!!

Posted on: 2007/12/12 3:33
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Re: Standing behind your words... Honesty and Integrity...
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Fake judan...what is this crap??? I just got home from japan, and had a blast...learned soo much, and owe so much of this education to Rob Renner. Any question of his rank is rediculous...i've seen his certificates myself, and any doubt about his judan is is based on jealousy, and needn't be discussed any further.

Posted on: 2007/12/12 3:17
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Re: Props for Shinnenjutsu seminar
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I just experienced the Shinnenjutsu seminar with Rob myself here in Orlando, Fl.
It was probably the single most informative seminar I have attended.
It was great to experience the "feeling" that Hatsumi Sensei is always showing and talking about, but broken down into easy-to-understand drills and ideas.
I think everyone who went will be able to immediately add some "magic" to their regular training.

and for those of us who went....we will not be cannon fodder!!!

Gary Mitchell

Posted on: 2007/9/25 12:42
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Lack of interest/too busy to train
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I guess we all may run into it once in a while...burnout! What do you do when you show up to train, and nobody else shows up? Not all of us belong to a huge dojo,with countless enthusiastic people. Not all of us have the luxury of living in Japan, where we can train at Hombu, and get that garanteed good training. What do you do when you feel like you're the only one in your dojo or training group that really is dedicated to furthering himself and getting better. I've made a comittment to travel to Japan twice a year, and I attend every notable seminar in driving distance. But sometimes it feels like it's just not enough. It's just discouraging putting heart and soul into something, and doing it all alone. I've shown up for class when I was tired,sick,overworked, and just stressed the hell out. It's a shame more people can't show this level of comittment. Set your eye on the target, and run like hell for your goal, and don't let anything slow you down. Gambate
Keep Going

Posted on: 2005/5/17 10:57
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Re: Shopping and training in Florida
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Karsten, if you're going to be in the ocala,Fl area in may, you are more than welcome to come train with us at the Bujinkan Kukan dojo. We are a small group, and the training is great. Contact me at ninpo749@yahoo.com if you'd like more information.

Posted on: 2005/4/30 11:36
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Re: WebTV From Honbu - Only $10 / Month!
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enough people! How much do you think you can learn from a video! You can't learn budo from a book or a video. Get in the dojo and train. Or better yet, get to Japan, and train. Then you will see how far a video will get you.

Posted on: 2004/10/2 12:34
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