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    Sorry, Sensei, It was my impression he was...

    Sorry, Sensei,
    It was my impression he was asking whether it was possible to be a well-rounded martial artist while studying two or more martial arts at once. I only tried to suggest that rather...
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    Pardon me, but; I have to post this: A jack...

    Pardon me, but; I have to post this:

    A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.

    The actual phrase means the exact opposite of what most have heard,...
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    Sorry it took so long to reply; but it sounds...

    Sorry it took so long to reply; but it sounds like you did some serious preparation!

    I'm glad it worked out for you, keep me posted on your progress, and if you're interested in marketing/ making...
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    No worries, you're very welcome. Do me a flavor...

    No worries, you're very welcome. Do me a flavor and please let me know how things work out for you? Thanks again,

    Gil
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    Sure, I use a 4 oz. bottle, filling mostly up...

    Sure, I use a 4 oz. bottle, filling mostly up with grapeseed oil. I use the following formulation of essential oils, I'm not sure the order matters -- base, mid, and top refer to the scent "notes"...
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    So this is highly anecdotal; but nevertheless, I...

    So this is highly anecdotal; but nevertheless, I have been looking into something similar for over a year now, and was recently validated by direct experience. I was triple art studying; jiujutsu,...
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    We switched

    Sorry, Ken, I was talking about my ankle...I know it was subject change, but I just now realized...
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    Got my MRI, cyst turned out to be a hematoma...

    Got my MRI, cyst turned out to be a hematoma (sic), starting back with standing kata only for a while (until I can at least sit in seiza again)!

    Glad to be back, thanks to Ken for scaring the...
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    Had my ortho appointment, I need an MRI with...

    Had my ortho appointment, I need an MRI with contrast. I have a pocket(6.5cm) of fluid (blood/ water) over my ligament that was injured, so nobody can see nothing...perhaps surgery is looming after...
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    I still don't know the closest ortho appointment...

    I still don't know the closest ortho appointment is a month away. In the meantime, I am heating, icing, elevating, and not doing much in the way of lower body.
    I do have some gold jewelry to send...
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    Now what to do about my ankle? I might be seeing...

    Now what to do about my ankle?
    I might be seeing an ortho(sic.) soon for surgery or what else...looking at long recovery time;
    maybe I am not looking at this the right way, but what can I be...
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    Did I say Joge? I meant Hai-Ai Suburi, sorry for...

    Did I say Joge? I meant Hai-Ai Suburi, sorry for the confusion!
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    My Kendo Sensei would have us "duck-walk" with...

    My Kendo Sensei would have us "duck-walk" with the shinai, back and forth across the dojo. It really helped to develop my jumping quickness and distance.

    Basically, from Chudan no Kamae, squat...
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    Great pics, thanks, Paul!

    Great pics, thanks, Paul!
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    I would love to see some examples of some blades...

    I would love to see some examples of some blades that have some meteoric content. Very cool, indeed.
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    Meteoric Iron?

    I saw this today and was wondering if anyone has heard of this being attempted by Japanese sword producers?

    I did think it was a pretty neat idea, though...
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    I think I would classify myself as a "loquacious...

    I think I would classify myself as a "loquacious nudibranch".
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    Training via video games has more pragmatic benefits than not:

    Complex controls that you learn in the game equate to the more complex
    controls that we now have for many new systems. Knowing 4-6...
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    I got it, and if not refuted, will post a new...

    I got it, and if not refuted, will post a new question soon.

    The answer is hot water!

    I got the answer by putting on my tinfoil recontruction of the Flarnglibber 200J (although I wish I had...
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    I would agree with everything you said Chris,...

    I would agree with everything you said Chris, except--

    "The fact that its so rare is a pretty good indication of its of limited utility."

    Plenty of rare things are very useful.
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    Paul-- I thought that since it was fermented...

    Paul--

    I thought that since it was fermented from a grain, and not a fruit, it is considered malt liquor. Sake's manufacturing process precludes it from being considered "wine" to the US gubmint...
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    Those three hotties from Petticoat junction?...

    Those three hotties from Petticoat junction?
    Sorry, the swimming sent me....
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    A kadesha roughly translated is a slut, is Paris...

    A kadesha roughly translated is a slut, is Paris Hilton famous enough?
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    Brian, I believe the wavelength you are looking...

    Brian, I believe the wavelength you are looking for is 380nm. Did you know that cancerous cells block that very wavelength? That's how biophotons were discovered...not man-made...but for your...
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    Well, you can google this if you want, though it...

    Well, you can google this if you want, though it was found out that DNA emits light(1980, I think), hence every cell in our body has a quantity of low-energy lasers...

    But, I liked Will's...
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