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Re: Help with design for homemade shuriken target
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Has anyone tried thick corkboard?

Posted on: 2007/11/14 21:42
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Re: Help with design for homemade shuriken target
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I've thought about the archery targets before, but wasn't sure how well the shuriken would work with them. I'm going to home depot and wal-mart today to look around. Thanks again.

Gary

Posted on: 2007/11/12 21:48
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Re: Help with design for homemade shuriken target
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I'll be practicing alot since the shuriken is on my next test, so I might try the styrofoam. Now I just need to figure out a way to make it a "free standing" target. Thanks again for the help.

Gary

Posted on: 2007/11/12 8:33
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Re: Help with design for homemade shuriken target
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These are some good ideas. Thanks for the responses.

Posted on: 2007/11/12 3:31
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Help with design for homemade shuriken target
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Hello,

I'm making a shuriken target for practice at home and would like to get some design ideas. I would like it to be portable so I can set it up in the backyard and then move it into the garage when I'm not practicing. Right now I'm thinking of taking an old wooden selving unit that I have and just nailing some wood onto the back of it (so it would look like a bookself) and using that. Any better ideas or suggestions would be great. Thanks.

Gary Cavender
Atlanta Bujinkan Dojo

Posted on: 2007/11/11 20:16
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The deputy that was initially attacked in the courthouse is awake and breathing on her own. The doctors think she is out of danger now and didn't suffer any permanent brain damage. They are going to move her to a rehabilitation facility where she'll undergo more tests and treatment for her brain injury. After that she'll have reconstructive surgery to fix her broken eye socket. They said she might have to learn to walk again, but inlight of everything, this is great news.

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Posted on: 2005/3/17 14:23
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Re: We lost a Deputy, Judge, Customs Agent and Court Reorter at work Friday.
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Thank you for the replys and well wishes. They set up a memorial for the victims in our building and people have been signing the books all day. Its unfortunate that it always takes something like this for people to say a simple "thanks". Sometimes I think its not even worth going to work anymore. Anyway, I'll be training extra hard at class tonight. Thanks again.

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Posted on: 2005/3/15 13:52
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Re: We lost a Deputy, Judge, Customs Agent and Court Reorter at work Friday.
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I agree with you on the sentencing. This guy is not just some "misguided fellow who made a mistake". His original charge was for breaking into his former girlfriend's house with a loaded machine gun, binding her up with duct tape and then repeatedly raping her for two days. Then, while going to court for this, they found two shanks in his shoes that he was trying to get into the courthouse. Even his own laywer said he was scared of him and was in fear for himself and his family, and that the perp was a "dangerous character".

Gary

Posted on: 2005/3/14 17:35
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Re: We lost a Deputy, Judge, Customs Agent and Court Reorter at work Friday.
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Yes, the hostage stayed very cool under pressure. She is a level-headed confident person. I can't go into alot of detail here, but when we talked to her, she said they had talked throughout the entire time she was a hostage, and when he let her go, he called her an angel from Heaven. She definitely kept thinking, and never just "gave in" and let it happen "to her". She kept her head and controlled what she could.

Gary

Posted on: 2005/3/14 16:05
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Re: We lost a Deputy, Judge, Customs Agent and Court Reorter at work Friday.
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It's a messed up system for sure, but its the only one we have and we have to work within its boundaries. Now that being said, don't get me started on "the system", I might get banned for life Anyway, all I'll say is that there is a reason we call it a "court of law" and not a "court of justice".

Gary

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