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Re: Kihon training
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So....let me see if I got this right....

You inexplicably decided to stop your hardcore, arduous training session that we must presume you were engaged in at the time in order to see what was happening on Kutaki and decided to lower yourself to our level in order to explain to us the importance of behaving as, how did you put it...."gentlemen".

Thanks, buddy.

Perhaps Kutaki and other forums like it should be shut down entirely so as to ensure no further distractions from your pursuit of the warrior ways of enlightenment.

That gentlemanly enough in your opinion?


- Mark Spada


I appologize for any confusion brought about on my part, but I was not refering to 'our' or 'us' when I made my comment. I was refering to those few, like yourself, who seem to feel the need to comment in a deconstructive manner on other members in the forum. Maybe taking some frustration out on a punching bag or something similar would be a better outlet. As I'm sure many other members would prefer that the discussions on this site stay on a constructive path, unlike so many other martial arts forums. Though I do not presume to speak on anyone else's behalf.

You're welcome. We're all human and we all have our moments.

Perhaps... though I enjoy reading other peoples perspectives occasionally when I'm at work.

Yes, that was a much better attempt Mark, I appreciate your concern. I think that being a gentleman is one of Soke's most important teachings.

Posted on: 2010/9/16 17:12
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Re: Kihon training
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Well insn't you again Mark doing your best to insult people. I would sugest the owners of Kutaki create a kindergarden button that we could activate when we were in the mood for this kind of childlike behaviour, than we could just turn it off at will. But I'm assuming they are not going to do that.

Mark, there is a gentleman's expression in my native language (Portuguese), that I'd like to dedicate to you.

Vai tomar no ...!

Grow up man!

Posted on: 2010/9/21 15:48
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johntah wrote:
Well insn't you again Mark doing your best to insult people. I would sugest the owners of Kutaki create a kindergarden button that we could activate when we were in the mood for this kind of childlike behaviour, than we could just turn it off at will. But I'm assuming they are not going to do that.

Mark, there is a gentleman's expression in my native language (Portuguese), that I'd like to dedicate to you.

Vai tomar no ...!

Grow up man!







- Mark Spada

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Re: Kihon training
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Hum hum...

Posted on: 2010/9/22 12:11
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My training in the Kihon Happo at class includes Sanshin no Kata, Koshi Sanpo and wristlock's. Our sensei then gets us to practice these from tsuki (punches) and grabs.
We also do Sanshin attack and defense to practice proper distance and timing. Then our sensei picks a technique and all the class gets to try it no matter what our grade, then explains important points of the technique eg footwork timing and strikes to use etc.

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Posted on: 2011/7/25 14:54
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Is that video supposed to be funny? Or is it just plain stupid. Between those two choices I'd call it stupid!!

Posted on: 2011/7/26 2:20
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I have a soft spot for sock puppets and hard rock.



Posted on: 2011/7/27 18:21
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Tessen wrote:
I have a soft spot for sock puppets and hard rock.




For a moment there I thought I had logged into another adult forum that I frequent. ;)

Posted on: 2011/7/28 18:22
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It is interesting to note that the figure eight when truned sideways is the sign of infinity. Fitting for the Kihon Happo dont you think?

Posted on: 2011/7/29 7:24
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