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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    LINKLINKLINKLINKLINKLINKLINK

    The link is dead.


    http://www.kyokushinmail.com/koya/KickInstruction.htm


    Anyone have a copy of this website/page?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wastrel
    I think the forum's traditionally light-handed approach to moderation has become untenable.

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    Thanks man!

    Downloading now.

    Do you have any other good ones?

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    That's the only one I saved. I would have httracked them if I'd known they were going down.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Wastrel
    I think the forum's traditionally light-handed approach to moderation has become untenable.

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    Shuma-Gorath,

    Can you find this one? It's the link on that kyokushin page.


    http://www.koya-m.com/instructions/BoxingPunches.htm

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Usually if a page goes down on a website you can use google's caching feature to grab it or "the wayback machine," archive.org (this is also a good way to view blocked content without the hassle of using a proxy). Unfortunately I dug around a little and could find nothing.

    If you can remember the name of the title or a string of text unique to the article, surround that with quotes and search for it on google. If the content was good chances are someone out there has ripped it off that site at some point and put it on their own.

    Failing all that you could contact someone on one of the websites that he claims he maintains in his archive and see if they have his new contact information, and then ask for him for the article you seek through e-mail.

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