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    So very sorry to learn of this Ed. My condolences...

    So very sorry to learn of this Ed. My condolences to you and your organization.
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    When I was growing up during the 70's, I only...

    When I was growing up during the 70's, I only knew it as oss, not ossu.
    Osae means to push or press on. The idea was to push your body to the limit and endure through the pressure.
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    Katsuya Miyahira 1918-2010

    Katsuya Miyahira, senior student to Chibana, who also trained with Motobu passed away November 28, 2010.

    http://ihadojo.com/Origins/miyahira.htm

    Rest in peace Sensei...
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    That's pretty nice. Good find!

    That's pretty nice. Good find!
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    I have heard people using hats and woks for...

    I have heard people using hats and woks for shields. An old hand hammered wok would be a great way to start.

    Here's an old thread: http://www.e-budo.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-7130.html
    ...
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    So, if I understand this correctly, according to...

    So, if I understand this correctly, according to this, Man traveled from Korea and settled in Mesopotamia and China was started by a Korean noble?

    Riiiggghhhttt...Smoke another one...
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    Here is a link to G.M. Marinas. He is on the east...

    Here is a link to G.M. Marinas. He is on the east coast and has been teaching his family art of Pananandata for quite a while. I have corresponded with him and found him to be very open. I contacted...
  8. Thread: The Bo Staff

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    I was thinking that but didn't want to go...

    I was thinking that but didn't want to go there...:laugh:
  9. Thread: The Bo Staff

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    One of my peeves. Bo staff - Staff staff PIN...

    One of my peeves.

    Bo staff - Staff staff
    PIN number - personal identification number number
    Puppy dog - Canine canine
    Kitty cat - feline feline
    Gi - ??? Should be keiko-gi or Do-gi

    Just...
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    I liked this one better....

    I liked this one better.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8FJyScbV6s&feature=related
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    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/31105_jeet-kun-...

    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/31105_jeet-kun-do-trap-variation.htm

    This is only an example. Look at the hand position when he ends. Then look at his feet. Like I mentioned earlier, *it can...
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    Sometimes a position is a suggestion that you are...

    Sometimes a position is a suggestion that you are to do something to your uke. Marote uke is not always an augmented block. Sometimes it sugggests you are holding the opponent at the elbow and...
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    I have not run across any documentation stating...

    I have not run across any documentation stating that Choki ever learned the entire family art. The most I have read, seems to be his watching from behind a fence or an occasional bout with the elder...
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    Classical Fighting Arts, Vol. 2 No. 12 (issue...

    Classical Fighting Arts, Vol. 2 No. 12 (issue #35) has an article about Toyama Kanken.

    "Born in Shuri, Okinawa under the family name Oyadomari. Graduated from the Okinawa Yeacher's College. Toyama...
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    Here you go Prince. As per Classical Fighting...

    Here you go Prince.

    As per Classical Fighting Arts Issue, Vol. 2 No. 11 (issue#34), page 49, translated by Kiko Asai Ferreira, edited by Feliciano Ferreia and Charles Goodin. "Choki Motobu's son,...
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    Even if Motobu Choki did learn the family art,...

    Even if Motobu Choki did learn the family art, IMO, he developed his karate into something else. The way I understand it, The Motobu family art was renamed Motobu Undunte and Choki's art is going by...
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    I found an old discussion regarding Seisan here:...

    I found an old discussion regarding Seisan here: http://www.e-budo.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-10081.html

    According to Jussi, Kyan used Seisan as a primary or fundamental kata.
    Later on, the...
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    I can not remember the source. I will try to look...

    I can not remember the source. I will try to look it up.
    I had an aquaintence from the Matusumura Seito Hozonkai
    confirm it for me though.
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    Seisan Sho & Dai?

    Ok, now that I have had a chance to breath, :laugh: I was looking at
    different clips of Seisan. Like Passai, Kusanku and in some cases Gojushiho,
    I noticed there were two distinct versions. One...
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    That clip under "Yong Chun and Wing Chun ( for...

    That clip under "Yong Chun and Wing Chun ( for the Chu crew )",
    looks an awful lot like a segment from Nakazato and Miyahira's Gojushiho.

    <Start Rant>

    All I really know is, that if your...
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    Don't know about oldest, but Matsumura practiced...

    Don't know about oldest, but Matsumura practiced a form of Seisan.
    That puts it somewhere in the mid 1800's.
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    It is my understanding that the order of the...

    It is my understanding that the order of the Passai kata went like this:

    Originally:
    Koryu Passai (Passai Gwa) = Passai Sho
    Itosu Passai = Passai Dai

    Chibana renamed (as per John's post)...
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    WD40 is actually a solvent. Try tung or mineral...

    WD40 is actually a solvent. Try tung or mineral oil instead.
    If it's steel like on a sword pommel, I'd use silicone.

    Peace.
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    You posted that instructional just in time! A...

    You posted that instructional just in time!
    A brand new pair broke on me a few weeks ago
    (crappy cotton) and I strung them with new nylon.

    Thanks for the heads-up. Those knots really
    chinch-up...
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    quiettorture.com?

    Why is it when I log into E-Budo, my computer
    also logs in http://www.quiettorture.com too?
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