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    Hi, I'm Mr. Fluffers

    And I'm an alcoholic.

    I'm new to the forum. I've been doing martial arts since I was like... I dunno, a little kid or something. I've been at Kashima-Shinryu for.. 8 years. I think. I suck, though... so I decided to join Bullshido so I can talk **** instead. Hi.

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    hi and welcome.

    bottoms up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    hi and welcome.

    bottoms up!
    Thanks. Cheers!

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    Mr Fluffers...Now thats a name worthy of a fighter...Yeah !
    I can hear Bruce Buffer now.

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    Oh yes. Ballads of my deeds will be sung far and wide. Men will quake in fear at the very mention of my name... Mr. Fluffers.

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    I thought with that name you may be from the San Fernando Valley...

    ...Georgia, all good.

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    Mr. Fluffers,

    I see in some of your other posts that your training under Karl Friday, way cool. Welcome to Bullshido.

    I'm another one of those aikido folks whose instructor using KSR-esque kenjitsu to supplement our training. As a matter of fact we've just had our monthly intensive weekend that usually focuses on KSR-esque ken.
    We mostly train the omote and ura waza of the ken. Our instructor was thought by Sekiya sensei. Sekiya was introduced to KSR by Inaba sensei but he also studied with Kunii sensei from what I've heard.

    I look forward to what insights you'll be able to share with us.

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    Always nice to have another Koryu practitioner on the site.

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