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  1. Sticky: Hi Peter. I wish Brad had been around ages...

    Hi Peter. I wish Brad had been around ages ago...for years after I ran a across the term kesa-giri I was amazed that the feudal Japanese were so morally structured that even their garments had a...
  2. Sticky: Who is this Craig fellow and why is he using not...

    Who is this Craig fellow and why is he using not only my screen handle, but tinkering with my beloved Nigerians to boot? :laugh:
  3. Thread: A C A M A C

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    Wow, now there's a blast from the past. I'm...

    Wow, now there's a blast from the past. I'm disappointed there are no references to "FAT KANO" or "OLD UESHIBA" in there though. ;)
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    I'm inclined to agree with Mssrs. Smith and...

    I'm inclined to agree with Mssrs. Smith and Drawdy. It is always interesting to see how other folks do things and the concepts within their tradition.
  5. Totally uppercutting some kid because they opened...

    Totally uppercutting some kid because they opened a window.
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    The hole at the back of the blade reminds me of a...

    The hole at the back of the blade reminds me of a Kiraki-Ryu kusarigama, where the chain would be attached. The blade is very large though. Interesting piece.
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    I am very sorry to hear of his passing. I had...

    I am very sorry to hear of his passing. I had enjoyed his posts here for many years. My deepest condolences to his friends and family.
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    I have no idea the answer to your question, but I...

    I have no idea the answer to your question, but I just wanted to say 'Hi Jody!'. Be careful over there in the sandbox.
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    For what it's worth, I agree completely.

    For what it's worth, I agree completely.
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    But Mr. Militello, whatever will we do without...

    But Mr. Militello, whatever will we do without the government to protect us from ourselves? ;)
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    4" bbl .357 revolver, a small dagger, 12"...

    4" bbl .357 revolver, a small dagger, 12" nightstick. Also 20 caltrops after an incident years ago. There is also a sheath knife in the trunk and a leatherman in my glove compartment, but these are...
  12. Surely such a device would not be too difficult...

    Surely such a device would not be too difficult to bypass.
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    Dr. Hrisoulas, I just wanted to tell you from...

    Dr. Hrisoulas,

    I just wanted to tell you from perusing your site that your blades are absolutely exquisite.
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    You can edit your signature to include your name....

    You can edit your signature to include your name. Stainless steel swords are only worthy of display, if you are into tacky displays. Stainless steel makes a passable pocket knife, but a horrible and...
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    I'm all for any equipment that can protect our...

    I'm all for any equipment that can protect our LEOs. Wouldn't have a problem if it did have a mounted cannon either. :D
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    You remember Rich Deluca vs. Sharp Phil, and when...

    You remember Rich Deluca vs. Sharp Phil, and when e-budo looked like this:

    http://web.archive.org/web/20010201073100/http://www.e-budo.com/
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    If those (the e-bay shuko) were 50 years old it...

    If those (the e-bay shuko) were 50 years old it is difficult to imagine the conditions they were stored in. They have rust yet the leather is not particularly cracked, shrunken, or rotted.
  18. Ahh, I remember the hair of power..lol

    Ahh, I remember the hair of power..lol
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    Which begs the question why a book is even...

    Which begs the question why a book is even neccesary. An adolescent can swing a sword at someone and cut them - it's a big effing knife. It's like writing a book on marksmanship and leaving out such...
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    You're right Jeff..perhaps it is only an issue...

    You're right Jeff..perhaps it is only an issue with categorization of what would be considered 'a survival item', and what would be 'stuff I carry anyway'. He does say that he has stuff for work in...
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    Me too, as there are some good items in there...

    Me too, as there are some good items in there along with the nonsense.
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    Did you read the article, Joe? The umbrella is...

    Did you read the article, Joe? The umbrella is included in Phil's "Bug out Bag" - a huge survival kit. I have nothing against carrying an umbrella or having one in the car, but I don't see it's use...
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    Well, if this is the case then wikipedia will...

    Well, if this is the case then wikipedia will move from being an online encyclopedia to a repository of self-aggrandizement. I see that even Mas Ayoob and Colin Hyakutake don't have an entry, and...
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    It most certainly can be used to light a fire...

    It most certainly can be used to light a fire with a battery, Will. But steel wool when lit with anything burns like tinder - incredibly hot and will light even wet twigs, you don't have to use the...
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    Yeah I have necessities in my truck, depending on...

    Yeah I have necessities in my truck, depending on where I'm going - and at all times a Kukri, rope, first aid items (one of my gripes about Phil's kits - light on the medical stuff), Leatherman,...
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