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    Quote Originally Posted by simonifrius View Post
    This is something I've always disliked in schools where there's not enough sparring. You assume you know what's going to happen when you take a certain action. I'm not saying it's impossible to set up later techniques, but the way you write is, "If I do A, the result will be B."

    You fail to account for the many scenarios wherein your opponent will not move to one side following your clinched strike.

    You've made statements like this a few times, and it's annoying because you should know better, and seem to be trying to argue against this sort of thing in your style.

    As a relative beginner, what can Bujinkan offer me that I can't get faster (and better) from Muay Thai and Judo?
    pinching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashkelon View Post
    pinching.
    I'm gonna be honest, I get welts in judo all the time from people accidentally pinching my arms when they grab my sleeves so.... I'm not sure I can agree with 'you on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJMills View Post
    I'm gonna be honest, I get welts in judo all the time from people accidentally pinching my arms when they grab my sleeves so.... I'm not sure I can agree with 'you on this one.
    LOLOL, but you don't get in cool stances like this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    LOLOL, but you don't get in cool stances like this:
    ****, you're right.... that's it, I'm changing styles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonifrius View Post
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    As a relative beginner, what can Bujinkan offer me that I can't get faster (and better) from Muay Thai and Judo?
    An unearned sense of superiority

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