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    Excuses all the time

    that's what they call studios in Australia isn't it?.... outlets. I just picked up on you being Australian. I love your country.
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    street fighter is an attitude not a synonym for no training.

    Not to rave (lol) but I could only imagine the philosophy in Iaido. Aikido opened up the universe for me. I started to understand things from a universal perspective. How many years did you study? I'm looking to take kung fu or judo next myself.
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    street fighter is an attitude not a synonym for no training.

    I lived in a quiet town in Italy (gricingano di aversa) for a good number of years. I just came back to the states to be honest. I think you and I should have a beer-- I would buy. And I would probably flood you with questions about Iaido. I respect your art very much. You know Aikido can...
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    Excuses all the time

    Now I'm not saying you should fight every time violence rears it's ugly head but do you know that martial artist who is always talking about how bad their art is or how dangerous they could be if they unleashed their doomsday moves but every single time they should fight, b/c sometimes you...
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    street fighter is an attitude not a synonym for no training.

    okay......? don't you know kung fu as well? Anyway, that's not what I'm getting at. Iaido is half of the battle, Sir. I think you should learn unarmed combat techniques just in case you get into a fight. Unless of course you just always turn your cheek. Then it wouldn't matter I guess.
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    My son slowly losing interest in competition and sports MA.

    No, you have no understanding of budo from your comment. You have no idea what a thug is. His an anti-bully. He just sees no honor in competition. Why do people with your opinion think that martial disciplines are only theory for debate? If you saw a person getting assaulted in the alley...
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    My son slowly losing interest in competition and sports MA.

    papi-sensei, Your son is a warrior. He clearly understands martial arts. Him defending weaker kids getting bullied is beautiful. One of the ultimate expressions of martial arts; I can not express that enough!!!! In his youth he understands what most of these upstart, stuffy...
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    o-sensei's philosophy with strikes

    kind of deep on the first post. I mean are your hard ki strikes more effective by having an understanding of soft ki techniques.
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    street fighter is an attitude not a synonym for no training.

    You know what.... I would edit that post and change all of the 'u' 's to 'you' just for you and all the people you mentioned but I can't, sorry; really. I have an aside for your post. Have you ever used Iaido in the street? Do you find it practical? Do you have any hand or foot techniques?
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    o-sensei's philosophy with strikes

    I want to share this. It has come to my attention that japanese mindsets on power delivery, made infinitely powerful by o-sensei are really damaging when articulated by traditionally hard hitting strikes. Strike throughout the target but there's a deft touch u know? Anybody else study hard and soft?
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    "Hit Him Like You Mean it"

    +1 I like ur style
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    "Hit Him Like You Mean it"

    Define brawler.
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    street fighter is an attitude not a synonym for no training.

    How many 'tournament' fighters got knocked out, embarrassed, or beat up thinking otherwise. Remember new people if u get into a fight in the street and must fight, do not think a referee will save u. U are in the street. Trust what ur art says or begs u to do even if its talk, yell and strike...
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    The MMA vs. Traditional misnomer (Informal vs. Formal Combat)

    I wont leave u man. How can I help u?
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