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Old 12-14-2004, 02:35 AM   #14
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Re: If you could make one change in Aikido

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Greg Jennings wrote:
I have control of my own, personal, aikido and, strictly within that context, I do as I please. So, no changes.

Best,

Ditto.


Reading the posts here, save dealing with the "nob jockey's" (nice description Dave ), all changes are easily implementable by those who want them, those that don't can choose to ignore and implement their own changes.

If you are talking about making a unilateral change that will affect all Aikido, then I agree with what Rupert said about Doshu, good straight Aikido. I'd like everyone to follow the way that he does it and all come back under one roof.

What are the chances?


exactly, therefore I stand by my agreement with Greg .

rgds

Bryan

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