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Enjoy!

http://tv.motionmanage.com/net_hp/nav ... el=0&movie_no=339&link=ok

Besides, you can view an interview if you click on the left bottom screen.

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SUBARASHII!!!


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Please be careful.
I don't think downloading the movie to your PC is banned (so your post is OK itself), but it is clear that you are not allowed to give it to others like your own things because you don't have the copyright of it.

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thanks for posting that link, I'm going to have to watch that several times...Soke's skill never cease's to amaze me

are there more to come on that page?

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Soke's skill never cease's to amaze me


Exactly. His action is amazing.

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are there more to come on that page?


I don't know, but probably not.

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I don't even think that amazing is enough to describe it...it is beyond description

I didn't like the interview too much though...they didn't show any of Soke's art work ...and having the translator on the other side was odd, as both Soke and the author kept looking off the screen...

Sorry if this is off topic (although I think they correspond with each other.)
as for the 'dangers of the internet' posting ... I believe that this is proof enough that Soke does not show step for step. You have to look really closely and watch it several times over to notice what it is that he is subtly doing...and I don't believe that someone who has yet to train in taijutsu can even attempt to immitate Soke.

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I don't even think that amazing is enough to describe it...it is beyond description


Agreed, but you used 'amaze' first and I couldn't find a better word in my small vocabulary.

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I don't even think that amazing is enough to describe as for the 'dangers of the internet' posting ... I believe that this is proof enough that Soke does not show step for step. You have to look really closely and watch it several times .


In regards to this.. I never stated anything that would make people have to defend this view point. I was cross relating the dangers of internet available material to dvds and videos. The discussion wheter people are showing it all is not even the point at all.

People always seem to go on and discuss what is not important to the issue of origin,

Obviously whatever Soke brings out is fantastic and we are all thankful for this, including me.

But the discussion was not on how secret or hidden techniques are or how great you have to be to uncover these things. The discussion was about people posting Bujinkan related training materials suchs as kata and techniques on the internet. I cross related this to easily available media other than the internet... Thats all

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