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    Nagoya Sumo Basho, 2009.

    Well Folks,

    Any talk of Ozeki Harumafuji taking the July yusho have been silenced by his 3 losses and six wins. Obviously, the former Ama is not ready for the level of consistency it takes, to...
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    Can he pull it off again?

    Hi John,

    Thanks for the video. I have to admit, I was surprised that Harumafuji had it in him to claim the May Yusho. Obviously, the speculations about whether he will become the next Yokozuna,...
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    Finally able to move my fingers again...

    Back from the seminar on Chinese Swordsmanship in Hadley, Mass, and finally able to move my fingers again. This, of course, makes it difficult to type-out a message on the internet. After an...
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    Nice cutting technique!

    Thank you, Renfield, for sharing your awsome cutting demos. This is great display of speed, velosity, and good form. Nice cutting tchnique!
    I think we all can agree, that 1000 years ago,...
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    The point was about combat-effective Chinese swordsmanship.

    My appologies to Renfield Kuroda and Neil Gendzwill, for not making my comments clear enough to be seen in the light in which they were intended. My intention was to express my enthusiasm for...
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    Real combat-effective Chinese swordsmanship exists!

    There is, in fact, a wealth of historic Chinese swordsmanship still being practiced, today. Granted, most of what we see in Kung Fu, Taiji Quan, and espcially Wushu, is not combat-effective...
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