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Old 09-09-2005, 10:18 PM   #26
Michael Hackett
Dojo: Kenshinkan Dojo (Aikido of North County) Vista, CA
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Re: Bay Area Aikido?

How did you forget Jack Wada Sensei, Erik? Were you in The City during the sixties too? : )

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Old 09-11-2005, 11:46 AM   #27
Erik
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Re: Bay Area Aikido?

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Michael Hackett wrote:
How did you forget Jack Wada Sensei, Erik? Were you in The City during the sixties too? : )
Worse! Born and raised in Santa Cruz county.

But then we seem to be having trouble remembering who posted what where in this thread so I forgot that you'd already posted Jack's name like the Iwama feller not noticing I'd mentioned San Leandro.

Or, I could be getting senile.

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