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  1. ninjoo is offline

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    10/12/2007 12:28am


     Style: Bujinkan

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Oh boo hoo - did baby get his feelings hurt?
  2. Metsudragon is offline

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    10/12/2007 12:48am


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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjoo
    Oh boo hoo - did baby get his feelings hurt?
    Not as asshurt as the b00jer who constantly has to defend his organization to other people.:5baby:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    Actually has the majority of Hatsumi books are ghost written by american shihan, they range from inaccurate to down right wrong.
    Incorrect.

    Only one was ghost written, that was the first one. Ninja History and Tradition which was actually done by Hayes.

    No other of his books have been ghost-written.
  4. ninjoo is offline

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    10/12/2007 10:06am


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    Quote Originally Posted by Metsudragon
    Not as asshurt as the b00jer who constantly has to defend his organization to other people.:5baby:
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    "Not I" said the Ninjer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    Actually has the majority of Hatsumi books are ghost written by american shihan, they range from inaccurate to down right wrong.


    Its also funny to diss Tanemura, then direct him to ninpo.org, Genbukan web site.
    there is only one book that was!
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    Posted On:
    10/31/2007 9:12pm

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    What are the bujinkan's opinion on the views of Donn Draeger? For instance one of the views he had (which I also agree with and most of the people here do too) that ninjas do not exist and saying your a ninja is like saying you're a knight.

    Furthermore a question for virus because he is the one who recommended the book The Art of Invisibility by Donn Draeger. I know Donn Draeger was a marine but what did he train in (outside of the marines of course).
    Last edited by dachande71787; 10/31/2007 9:14pm at . Reason: adding a question
  7. Plasma is offline
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    Posted On:
    10/31/2007 9:38pm

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     Style: 柔術

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    dachande, where and who are studying Ninjutsu under?
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    10/31/2007 10:33pm

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    I studied TKD from Karate USA (which was a waste of money) and I study self defense at a local church/mosque in Fulton Brooklyn my teacher trained under Duncan. You can take the A train to nostrand or franklin and walk to bedford and fulton to find where i train (if you know your way around Brooklyn). I also am starting to cross train with the Genbukan members in NYC who go to my college (i havent officially becoem a genbukan student but once I land my job and can afford tuition I will) who hold Draeger in high regards. Because of my college friends who are under genbukan hold Draeger and most of the old boys militaty club back in the 50/60's (Nagle, Bohan, Cates.) in high regards (they just respect them as good martial artists they do not start going deep into the whole lineage crap like bujinkan does with everyone who claims japanese arts) i wanted to know what the bujinkan think of him.
    Last edited by dachande71787; 10/31/2007 10:40pm at . Reason: fixing information
  9. Fitz is offline

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    10/31/2007 11:16pm


     Style: Judo, Tomiki Aikido, ??

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    Keep an eye on the Brooklyn Genbukan folks. The various Dojos go in and out of association with Tanemura at an alarming rate with only the Niji Dojo remaining consistent. Here is their contact info

    http://www.genbukan.org/cgi-bin/site...aseID=1&id=216
  10. dachande71787 is offline

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    11/01/2007 4:11am

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    Yea Niji Dojo is the school my college classmates are from. Once I get enough money (gotta be cheap since imma college student) i was planning on officially becoming a student there. Right now all i could do is get informal training with my friends.
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