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Old 11-18-2006, 04:35 PM   #78
Michael Douglas
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Re: Aikido: The learning of natural movement

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David Orange wrote:
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No, I don't think you need to use that word. I understand your emotions. It's okay. You're flailing.
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Well, you're very broadly generalizing in a way that tells me you have not really observed babies in action. Do you have children of your own? How much time have you spent really dealing with toddlers?

Again, you generalize very broadly. Children are not really that terribly uncoordinated or weak. You should observe chidren much more before you continue commenting.

And I'm only talking about a phenomenon about as long-lived as the spark you get when you touch a door knob. I don't think you have the perception to detect something that fine from your comments.
David
It seems you really want to patronise and insult me David.
Well, you are a deluded fool.
I have raised four children and observed them just fine, but not from the misguided point of view of trying to find techniques and principles of aikido in their movements, that'd just be silly.

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David Orange wrote:
How much time have you spent really dealing with toddlers?
TWELVE YEARS.
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