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Greg Jennings 01-04-2002 09:33 AM

Pat Hendricks, 6th Dan Iwama @ Yellow Springs, OH
 
Instructor: Pat Hendricks, 6th Dan

Event Name: Ohio Pat Hendricks Sensei Seminar 2002

Style/Affiliation: AANC

Start Date: 2/9/2002

End Date: 2-10-02

Venue: Yellow Springs Aikido

Address: 314 Dayton Street Suite 201, Yellow Springs, OH 45387

Telephone: 937-767-8022 or 7005

Email: aikido@ysaohio.com

URL: www.ysaohio.com

Details: The seminar will be held in the Glen Helen Ecology Institute's beautiful circular building. Each day's training will consist of half bukiwaza and half taijutsu with a kaeshiwaza class added to round out the program.

Greg Jennings 01-06-2002 09:38 AM

I forgot to add that I'll be attending this seminar. Anyone else that posts here going to be there?

Regards,

Greg Jennings 01-08-2002 11:24 PM

No one's going? I'm bummed!

Regards,

lt-rentaroo 01-09-2002 12:35 PM

Greg,

I would like to go, but I'm just a bit too far away. I will be going to Mitsunari Kanai Shihan's seminar at the Aikido Tanshinjuku Dojo in Lafeyette, Colorado. It is February 22,23,24. There is more info on the dojo website.

www.aikikaitsj.com

Happy Training!

Greg Jennings 01-10-2002 09:50 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by lt-rentaroo
Greg,

I would like to go, but I'm just a bit too far away. I will be going to Mitsunari Kanai Shihan's seminar at the Aikido Tanshinjuku Dojo in Lafeyette, Colorado. It is February 22,23,24. There is more info on the dojo website.

www.aikikaitsj.com

Happy Training!

Hi Louis, it's good to trade bytes with you again.

I'd hoped that of all the people that hang out here, someone was in the Dayton, OH area and would be attending. Oh, well.

To be honest, 50% of the reason for my going is to train with Paul Clark again. Lucky for him that his assignment took him to Wright-Patterson where there is another of the few Iwama dojo east of CA.

I can't remember if he was training with us when you where here or not. He was the young LtCol. I seem to remember there being some banter back and forth between you two.

He came along very quickly with us and recently tested for 3rd kyu ahead of schedule with his new dojo. It made me feel pretty good about our efforts to produce quality students.

Best Regards,

lt-rentaroo 01-10-2002 12:22 PM

Hello,

Greg, it's good to hear from you to! I remember
Lt Col Clark, I think he was an F-15 pilot. He had a really strong grip, must be the result of holding onto the F-15's controls.

Have a safe trip to Ohio and enjoy the seminar!

Paul Clark 01-14-2002 08:33 AM

Greg/Louis,

Appreciate the kind words. Not "early" to san-kyu, though: on time, and hoping fervently to stay that way. I HAVE managed to somehow get a kitchen pass to train 4 times a week . . .If I ever figure out how I got that done, I'll post the secret so others can try it!

Look forward to meeting all who come to the seminar.

Paul

guest1234 01-14-2002 10:32 AM

You may also have to define 'kitchen pass':D

I used that phrase last month in my dojo and got blank stares... guess it's one more thing (besides the hair) that marks a military member...

Greg Jennings 01-14-2002 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by ca
You may also have to define 'kitchen pass':D

I used that phrase last month in my dojo and got blank stares... guess it's one more thing (besides the hair) that marks a military member...

Collen,

I hope I'm not divulging any gender secrets here, but "kitchen pass" isn't really a military term. It's from the secret instructional videos that all fathers start showing to their sons when they puberty.

Best,

guest1234 01-14-2002 02:06 PM

Then if I promise not to watch them, could I borrow those videos to show out here? The guys in the group I was talking with all disavowed knowledge of the term, and accused me of either making it up, or using some weird military phrase...

or is that how you men react if a woman uses those 'secret' phrases...:p

Paul Clark 01-15-2002 01:18 PM

Greg/Colleen,

I have to confess I first heard the "kitchen pass" phrase in the bar in a fighter squadron, i.e."hey PJ, is your kitchen pass good for long enough to have another beer?".

To be more politically correct, gender-neutral, and non-military, I should have said "My wife is an enthusiastic participant in my aikido journey, and wholeheartedly supports my goal of training 4 times a week." This is true, incidentally, but I still don't know how I managed it . . .except that she's awesome, and in my case, it's way better to be lucky than good!

:p

Paul

Greg Jennings 01-15-2002 02:34 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Paul Clark
Greg/Colleen,

I have to confess I first heard the "kitchen pass" phrase in the bar in a fighter squadron,

All,

I've heard it all my life. My mom even uses it.

Later,

guest1234 01-15-2002 04:49 PM

Yeah, first time I heard it was in the sqdn bar at Soesterberg (as in 'Fingers, got to go, my kitchen pass has expired!)...guess the reason it never came up while I was in ROK was the absence of anyone to grant the pass...

Greg, you weren't a military brat, were you?:D

Paul Clark 01-15-2002 06:10 PM

Ok, Colleen, I gotta ask . . .

what were you doing at Soesterberg?

Paul

Greg Jennings 01-15-2002 07:23 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by ca
Greg, you weren't a military brat, were you?:D
Semi. It wouldn't have effected this, though.

It's in the tapes!

Regards,


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