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  1. Brmty2002

    Brmty2002 Orange Belt

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  2. dvcochran

    dvcochran Black Belt

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    Man, that is classic!
     
  3. Malos1979

    Malos1979 Blue Belt

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    Not sure if this question already came along but about the following piece of text on the website you have in your signature:

    It's a traditional Japanese style of Karate which is founded in Australia? Isn't it a traditional Australian style of Karate?

    I never got any belts for my training. I really don't need the recognition. I know my own skillset and that's enough for me and the people I teach.
     
  4. Paul_D

    Paul_D Master Black Belt

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    It's awesome. Apparently "In 1957 Reumann came home from Japan with a 4th-degree Shihan issued by Henry Slomanski." Yes, that traditional Japanese name of Slomanski ;)
     
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  5. Tony Dismukes

    Tony Dismukes Senior Master

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    From what I've read and seen concerning GKR, "traditional" isn't really the best description, regardless of the country of origin.
     
  6. oftheherd1

    oftheherd1 Senior Master

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    Come on! You know better than that. It should be Sulomansuki san. ;)
     
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