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Thread: Shindo Yoshin ryu / Shinto Yoshin ryu jujutsu

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    Okay, in case anyone hasn't figured this out either...

    www.wayofthewinds.com


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    It just occurred to me how "appropriate" it is that the thread started with Toby-sama's menkyo kaiden and then moved rather quickly to Prof. Duncan.


    Quite the martial legacy you're leaving there, eh Tobs?
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    Default OOPS!

    Oh yeah. Sorry Toby-san!
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    Not to continue the degeneration of this thread away from Threadgill Sensei, but I used to go to the Aaron Banks Martial Arts shows at Madison Square Garden when I was a teenager. Ronald Duncan was a real show stopper with his catching arrows act. He would literally deflect flaming arrows into the audience while Banks ran around the stage screaming about his liability insurance rates.

    This is definately the second or third funniest thread this week!
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    Guys,

    There's nothing like this @%$#* to keep a guy humble, ..... and these are my friends!

    But Will......

    I do love the photo of O'Sensei Duncan by the way. I almost spit coke all over my laptop. Interesting interpretation of wearing a wakazashi hummm..... This belongs on Budo Fun in the e-budo lounge. My oh my......the captions that could go with that photo......

    LOL

    Tobs

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    To go with the picture posted by Will

    And if you order your instant Soke kit now, that's not all you will recieve. We will send you this full set of Ninja cooking utensils...

    It was kind of cruel to segway from Toby to Ron Duncan but it is an excellant example of aiki showing a real life example of yin- yang. You can figure out which is which.

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    Talking

    Well, if you really want a picture for Budo Fun...



    I guess this guy would have been better off if someone had taught him the (in)famous X-block.


    Neil,

    Rather than yin-yang, I like to think of it as the great circle of life and an expression of true Ai-ii-ki.
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    Ah, the famous X block picture. BTW, what happened to that picture/thread?
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    Put a gold chain on old Ron and you got Mr T conducts peoples court.

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    Okay,

    That does it!

    I did spit coke all over my laptop

    Looks like that guy is ready for the famous "Genbukan Irimi" huh Lindsey.

    And Will. Don't you know nuthin'. Ai-icky is spelled Ai-icky! Remember, it's impassive kinda like tanto's are deceitful.

    Ohh...... I'm hurtin'here from all the laughin!

    This and American Kenjutsu all on topic at the same time!

    Tobs

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    Thumbs up Toby-San

    Wow, I am so out of the loop! Congratulations, Sensei! No one could deserve it more! You should have a big, meta- "Domo Arigato Gozaimashita" for being by far the most talented and patient teacher anyone could wish for. Well done!

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    Ahhh, it's Kenjitsu isn't it, Menk?

    [A guy has got to have a nick-name].

    Regards,
    Dan-i

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    Talking BTW

    Speaking of nick-names, didn't you get a Japanese name to go with that? Is it a secret, because Enquiring minds want to know!

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    Default Shindo Yoshin Ryu

    I was checking on the jiu-jitsu background of Sensei Otsuka, the founder of Wado-ryu. I find three different arts or spellings, Shinto Yoshin Ryu, Shindo Yoshin Ryu and Shinshindo Ryu. Are these all the same art? Is it just a question of how the word has been converted to English?
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    As far as I know it is mostly romanization (shinto/shindo), but the school also changes kanji from time to time esp. shin = new and shin = divine. I’m sure Toby could go on and on about the name if he sees this.
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