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Re: Kacem's blog disappeared?
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Re: Christmas greetings
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@ Darren. Thanks I did not know.
This always makes me laugh:
George Costanza (on a tape recorder): "I can't read it, I need my glasses." Frank Costanza (on a tape recorder): "You don't need glasses! You're just weak, weak!"

Posted on: 2011/12/20 16:28
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Re: Christmas greetings
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..a festivus for the rest of us... Happy Festivus!!

Posted on: 2011/12/20 4:08
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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"And it goes on and on - it's heaven and hell...."

This is never going to end. It would be nice to end this with the wisdom of "shut up and train!" but to some that would be considered a rude thing to say.

I propose to the owner of this forum to just give all participants in this and the related treads a couple of weeks ban, no matter what little or much has been said.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 17:52
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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[Quote]The real measure of a man is how he lives his life every day [/Quote]
This.

PS! Evidently Mark is a faster writer than me and got in a few posts while I was writing, so my spade comment was in reply to Mcronins post.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 16:11
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Well you can call a spade for a spade, or you can decorate it with silk ribbons and paint it pink and name it whatever- it is still a spade.




Posted on: 2011/10/7 9:41
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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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I really do not see the need for yet another of these treads. Why not just stay of line for a while and let things cool down.

As the tread starter said, tell a lie long enough and then people think it is the truth.... but who tells what lie?????


Posted on: 2011/10/7 7:44
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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Mr. Martin. There are many ways to read a post, so who leaves what impression on the web highly depends. Lets have a look at yours:

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Duncan, I know you have spent time in Japan and have made many trips back there since. That, for me, gives your opinion more than just a little creditability. I also have trained with many of the Japanese Shihan over the years since I first went in January 1988.

Here you give Duncan credibility for his opinion, and at the same time giving yourself credibility.....


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I suppose there will always be people here who think they have all the answers until they get old enough to understand that NOBODY has all the answers. Maybe they will get there, maybe not.

Oh... now we are talking about 'them' - the younger, less experience, less wise... maybe someday 'they' understand what we understand......

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Yes Mark I also looked up that word, does that also make me less intelligent? Such comments have only one purpose and that is to insult and denigrate other persons. What really happens is that is spilled back on that person using such discourtesy.

Picking on Mark.... why not pick on Duncan at the same time for his comments? The wise and mature would let such comments pass unoticed.

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It also seems to me that such actions are always done behind the safety of a "keyboard" and rarely face to face. Maybe they feel safer doing it that way. If so that only puts the onus on them.

Aha! The keyboard-warrior card.... this is really low in any discussion. And speaks more about your own feelings... Is this meant to be a sort of threat, or was just your masculinity hurt?

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It is good to hold opinions, but even better to be open to look at those opinions. Opinions based on experience are always more valuable then those on none. A lot of experience validates an opinion a lot more the a little or "some" experience.

Well, that depends on the context of experience. If you put one up who has trained a 1000 hours with bad instructors and compare it to one who has a 100 hours with a good instructor. Who is most valid?

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That is a truth that is not just for martial art but Life in general.

Going from being open to opinion, to claiming truths.....

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So I suppose we here will continue to be blasted from those who still don't understand that simple principle but do hold their opinions strongly, certain that they have the answer.

Again, climbing up on the high ground and talking down.....

Now, this way of reading your post. Do you feel your net behavior was better or worse than Marks?

Posted on: 2011/9/29 3:57
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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Zenigata - that was quite the ramble. I do not know where this fits into this tread, but evidently you are carrying a lot of waste and just felt like dumping it here...
I will not go into you post, but calm down and reread it. It kind of reminds me of the saying... throwing rock in a glass-house....

Posted on: 2011/9/29 0:47
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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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The “difference in movement” is only the view of Syd Sked whose opinion is worthless – in my opinion. He should stick to playing with his toy robots.

Well, I have sort of the same opinion as Benkyoka, so it is worth something in my eyes...

The interesting part, I think, is why there is a difference. Is it because they have followed Soke's developement for a longer period? Were they taught differently? or what is it?

Posted on: 2011/9/28 20:40
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