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    What makes you so sure? :)

    What makes you so sure? :)
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    Well, I don't have belt testing fees because I...

    Well, I don't have belt testing fees because I don't have ranks. However, I have implemented one pseudo-rank. Once a student develops a basic working knowledge of about 120 techniques and...
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    Nice. This is so true on many different levels. ...

    Nice. This is so true on many different levels. You could have just posted those two sentences. The only thing that seems absolute is some people's egos, pride, or unyieding opininons.


    -B
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    Oh yeah, good point. I never thought of that. I...

    Oh yeah, good point. I never thought of that. I don't wear a buckle that large, but plent of people in this region do.

    Now that would be a match to see - the tobacco spitting, belt buckle...
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    This post has been removed because the people...

    This post has been removed because the people that are responding to it are not reading it thoroughly anyway.
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    Uggh! For crying out loud. Of course, if one is...

    Uggh! For crying out loud. Of course, if one is already a capable sprinter, distance running will decrease sprinting performance. I am contrasting distance running with no training, or with...
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    I suppose in a roundabout sort of way. I would...

    I suppose in a roundabout sort of way. I would make it more akin to any weighted object on the end of a strap or cord - like a purse, toaster, or cat.

    -B
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    My favorite is definitely the whip chain. I'm...

    My favorite is definitely the whip chain. I'm really only very skilled at the staff/spear and straight sword, but I love the whip chain. About a year ago I was visiting with Mr. Wong while on a...
  10. Re: What is the best exercie[s] to develop softness?

    I can't answer the first question, but I can answer the second question. I have my students to fair amount of blind slow-motion sparring. In this exercise, one or both participants keep their eyes...
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    This is precisely what I'm saying. Distance...

    This is precisely what I'm saying. Distance running will make a person a strong runner, but not an optimal sprinter. Distance running will make a person a stronger sprinter (when contrasted with -...
  12. Cody already covered this pretty well, but I'll...

    Cody already covered this pretty well, but I'll throw in my experience as well. In 25 years of training and teaching, I have never heard of anyone going "crazy" as such. However, it can severely...
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  17. Re: modern day interogators

    Hmm. You clearly don't know what you are talking about. I happen to have been a professional Russian interrogator in the US Army toward the end of the Cold War. Interrogation subjects are treated...
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  20. Torture and drugs are both unreliable. ...

    Torture and drugs are both unreliable. Understand TX, that we are not really talking about confession by an individual, but instead looking at gaining some wider-reaching information. Currently,...
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    I teach five animals, which includes a strong...

    I teach five animals, which includes a strong snake element. I encourage my students to develop a specialty in one animal. I currently have one student who is showing a strong affinity toward snake...
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    I understand. I reread the post with that in...

    I understand. I reread the post with that in mind and understand now.

    -B
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    True words. Lineage is nearly meaningless. ...

    True words. Lineage is nearly meaningless. Competent fighters are not necessarily competent teachers. Even when one has found a good fighter and teacher all rolled together, that doesn't mean the...
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    No, of course not. I am just using a loose. ...

    No, of course not. I am just using a loose. Running 5-10 miles a day will make one a stronger runner and be somewhat conducive to producing a competent sprinter.

    The analogy actually holds...
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    That may very well be the case. I am not...

    That may very well be the case. I am not commenting about Perry in general. As stated, I am just commenting on the one short clip I saw. By all accounts, he is a competent competitor. This thread...
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