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    Woodbridge, NJ is like the next town over from me.

    Woodbridge, NJ is like the next town over from me.
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    Silly question, but in terms of Macrobiotics, as...

    Silly question, but in terms of Macrobiotics, as far as the conditions, is that driven by the location or the person? For example, if I'm born and live in Tokyo, I can see where that would state I...
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    I think the Okinawan and Japanese longevity...

    I think the Okinawan and Japanese longevity studies are interesting for many reasons. In addition to the excellent points mentioned above, keep in mind the following:

    1. At the time of the study...
  4. Thread: head butting

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    Just as an aside, if you are going to train head...

    Just as an aside, if you are going to train head butts, it would also be advantageous to do some neck strengthening exercises. This way, if for whatever reason your neck is jerked back (say, with a...
  5. Thread: Strange spam

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    Amen to that excellent advice. I've never seen...

    Amen to that excellent advice. I've never seen any figures as to how much monetary damage spam costs businesses and personal users, but when there's a virus (or virii) involved, between restores,...
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    Very nice. I think it's great that he doesn't...

    Very nice. I think it's great that he doesn't take himself so seriously that he can't laugh a bit. I thought it was pretty funny.

    On that same note, here in my neck of the woods (NJ), he's been...
  7. Very nice! I especially liked the opening guitar...

    Very nice! I especially liked the opening guitar in the second track, "Kiss." They sound quite polished, and do have a 70's guitar rock feel to them; it's hard to pick a band in particular, because...
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    My guess is Mark has it guessed right with Oyama.

    My guess is Mark has it guessed right with Oyama.
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    Isa Kaishu You solved the first clue now...

    Isa Kaishu



    You solved the first clue now connect the dot... :)[/QUOTE]
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    I believe there was a Kina Shosei that was the...

    I believe there was a Kina Shosei that was the head of some Okinawan kobujutsu/kobudo style. That's not it, is it?

    Clue #2: Kina[/QUOTE]
  11. Thread: Sushi lovers

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    Re: Re: Shogun

    Ah yes -- I know it well. If you get a chance, you should try Kamman on Rt 1 in Edison too. Very big. At one point they were claiming to be one of the largest Asian markets on the east coast.
  12. Thread: Sushi lovers

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    Thanks! That's two I haven't tried. I'm pretty...

    Thanks! That's two I haven't tried. I'm pretty sure the Shogun on Rt 27 is in Kendall Park too -- I've had some good stuff there as well.
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    Hooahh!!! Congratulations. Your life will...

    Hooahh!!!

    Congratulations. Your life will change forever, and that will be a good thing. Thanks for defending our country and our freedom.

    BTW -- I know an 11B is a groundpounder, but...
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    Aikido Journal new look and feel

    They are in the process of converting the whole site, but check out the home page. Pretty cool. It reminds me of the writing that went with the nose art on WWII fighter planes. Very nice.
  15. Thread: Saying Hello

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    Hello, and welcome aboard!

    Hello, and welcome aboard!
  16. Thread: Sushi lovers

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    Greg - Luckily, there's quite a few around...

    Greg -

    Luckily, there's quite a few around here:

    Tokyo (in the mall on Oak Tree Road, in Edison, but very close to Iselin -- nice place; tatami rooms, good sake, the whole deal.)
    Edo (New...
  17. Thread: Sushi lovers

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    Gotta have Octopus! Definitely my all time...

    Gotta have Octopus! Definitely my all time favorite. Honestly, I'm more a sashimi guy, but I don't mind a good piece of sushi or roll either. The rest, in order, would be:

    Fatty Tuna
    Spicy...
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    So, how did it go?

    So, how did it go?
  19. Thread: Ninja Diet

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    Then I shudder to think what that stuff does down...

    Then I shudder to think what that stuff does down in our stomachs.
  20. Thread: Ninja Diet

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    Re: one cup

    :p

    That reminds me of a time when I was in high school. We had an exchange student from South America (I believe it was Brazil, but I might be wrong). A bunch of us went out for pizza one...
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    Excellent point, Mr. Severe. I think when you...

    Excellent point, Mr. Severe. I think when you said:



    That may be the most crucial issue of all; while you have the ability to make a profit, you are not necessarily beholden to it, and don't...
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    Just curious -- by "one-cup" sake, do you mean he...

    Just curious -- by "one-cup" sake, do you mean he only drinks one cup, or is that a special type? Oh, and I see why he would eat Tonkatsu, because it is one of my favorites as well.
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    Re: professional

    That is quite impressive; but from what I'm seeing, your setup is quite rare. Most of the schools out there aren't teaching class half as many hours a week as you are offering.
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    BBT/Ninpo training "style"

    Just curious...

    I've noticed that a lot of BBT dojos tend to operate in public spaces, such as YMCA's, community centers, and public parks. In addition, students often open up "training groups"...
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    Why not? People often eat things like bacon or...

    Why not? People often eat things like bacon or sausage for breakfast, and to me, sushi or grilled squid doesn't seem much different, except for the fact that it is healthier. The only thing that...
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