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Old 10-12-2000, 08:59 AM   #26
Location: NJ
Join Date: Oct 2000
Posts: 241
akiy wrote:
rch wrote:
OK, from the way I was reading things from the start of this thread, it sounded like something different. I got the impression that people were being treated poorly, simply because they weren't a certain rank.
Oh, this happens, of course. I think I wrote somewhere that when I've attended seminars without a hakama and wearing a white belt, quite a lot of people (mostly mudansha) seemingly spend a lot less care during training towards me (ie not focusing on me while they're uke, ignoring the fact that I bowed to them at the beginning of a technique). I can't say it's the norm, but it happens.

-- Jun
i think this happens alot no matter where u go. many seniors just wanna practise at a certain level and dont wanna deal with the newbies. btw i dont support this view. often i force myself upon them and seek them out when a senior ignores. then i let him feel how a "newbies throws" or reverses their technique. all while just simply smiling at them
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