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New person about to join bujinkan
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Hello. I'm looking to start bujinkan this fall, so I figured I should join a bujinkan forum in the meantime and learn about it.

So....here I am.

Posted on: 2008/5/7 15:36
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Re: New person about to join bujinkan
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Hi Ahmad,

Please include your full name in your user profile as required by the statement you agreed to when you created your Kutaki account (also outlined in the FAQ). Otherwise your account may be deleted.

Thanks.

Posted on: 2008/5/7 16:28
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Welcome to the forum Ahmad!

Posted on: 2008/5/7 21:45
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so I figured I should join a bujinkan forum in the meantime and learn about it.


Oh man, are you going to be confused...

Seriously, welcome aboard! I hope you find your experience rewarding!

Posted on: 2008/5/8 1:46
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Re: New person about to join bujinkan
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Ahmad,

Welcome to the forum.

What Darren said. You may meet friends, learn about events, and gain some insight into Japan here. But you're better off learning about Bujinkan from Hatsumi Sensei's books and videos, and training with a good teacher.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2008/5/8 12:10
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