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    Default just wanted to say hi hate face book so i hope this place is good forum of budo

    thanks humbly for having me

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    I would say it's a little less of an active community than your average Facebook feed but I like it much better and I find it much more insightful than any other place on the internet. Welcome! Hope you enjoy the community!
    Jasper Howald

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    Welcome!
    Yes, E-Budo is a Facebook alternative.
    Pages like ours were once the mighty rivers of information on the internet, but now we have become quiet backwaters where people paddle when they are tired of the Twitter. Facebook and Instagram torrents. Much slower-paced, but our archives are a treasure trove of material from all across the Japanese martial arts, and our current active members are happy to have conversations on both old and new topics.
    Cady Goldfield

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    wonderful I do look forward to it

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    Hey, guys! myself Roshni I'm a newbie on this Website. I hope that I will get here new experience and ideas.

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    Hello. I don't think we hate Facebook. I think E-Budo serves a different function. There is, of course, the messaging function, but when I joined E-Budo was a place for serious discussions and essays on the martial arts. It still has this function, but writing lengthy essays, based on adequate research, takes time and this is a precious commodity that many members do not have.

    Anyway, welcome.
    Peter Goldsbury,
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    Hiroshima, Japan

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