4/27/2007 2:35pm, #21
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On a technical note
Originally Posted by maddog
Notice in this vid of Sugino Sensei, 10th dan Katori Shinto Ryu
At about 1:57 he draws his sword with reverse grip, edge towards his body.
So boos sucks to your opinion on that movement!
4/27/2007 3:20pm, #22Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
4/27/2007 3:33pm, #23Originally Posted by Dsimon3387
4/27/2007 9:18pm, #24
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Schwarde, where are you in the UK?
There must be enough UK members hereabouts to be able to point you at some alternatives.
Also, someone should PM me everytime a UK thread is started."Listen to Iscariot you Vicchysoise ninja-fuckers!" - kohadril
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4/28/2007 5:38am, #25Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
4/28/2007 6:48am, #26
A person given to hypocrisy.
hypocrisy: The practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness.
You lead everybody to believe that a person who has basic reading comprehension would understand that the person implied using it as day care:
Conversation went like this
He said one thing
member wanted to make sure he came to the right conclusion
(misc verbal attack)
No, he doesn't use it as a day care.
You apparently don't have very good reading comprehension, though you believe that you do.
Any other dumbass thing you want to say?
4/28/2007 10:48am, #27
As usual, Dsimon coming to the rescue with no clue.
First it wasn't clear if he was using it as a daycare. Implied does not mean definitive.
Second he says yes it is a daycare.
Originally Posted by Schwarde
We don't use this class as a daycare facility,
Anyway we will have to disagree Schwarde. I understand the importance of good MA training. Yet, everything you use to justify the training can be found in any good coached sport. That's what my kids are doing until we find a good MA school.
You also said poor. That is what I'm basing my opinion off of okay? Many schools have flaws or as you said "far from perfect.". IMO these schools are okay if the techniques are sound.
Poor/bad schools are in a whole different category IMO.
4/28/2007 1:39pm, #28Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
It is not the correct term to use in the context you wish to call me on. Actually I had pulled the post initially because you guys straightened it out, but if you must call me on the post you might simply say I came to the wrong conclusion and that I should mind my own business... or that my reasoning was specias (can't vouch for the spelling on that one) regarding what the poster meant to imply.
At any rate you could make a case for my reading comprehension but, and I say this as a former teacher... use the term hypocrite properly. Peace.
4/28/2007 1:47pm, #29Originally Posted by It is Fake
I was also responding this way because of a little incident that happened to me: We live in San fRancisco and I wanted to put my nine year old in a grappling program that supplemented how I work with him. I took him to Cahill's school in San Mateo... a great teacher and practicioner by deed and reputation. But I was put off that the activities in the class were more like a glorified day care than serious practice. I was willing to shuttle my kid out there but for this atmosphere. I found that most kids programs I looked at were very day carish. I came to the conclusion that this is the nature of a lot of these programs and that most people look at them as day care related to an extent.
Luckily I found a fencing school that I like and I make the kids train with my gang for a bit.
4/28/2007 1:53pm, #30Originally Posted by Dsimon3387
No, I'm not the crazy sports dad. I never played organized football so, I actually keep my mouth shut.
Now, if they start swimming uh oh.
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