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Old 01-06-2013, 05:37 PM   #1
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Yukiyoshi Sagawa on Bujutsu and Ki-Ryoku, Part 2

New blog post, more on how to become a scary Budo person.

Yukiyoshi Sagawa on Bujutsu and Ki-Ryoku, Part 2 - "Aikido no Ogi", by Keisetsu Yoshimaru

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Re: Yukiyoshi Sagawa on Bujutsu and Ki-Ryoku, Part 2

The things written about Takeda reminds me of my Grandpa. That might make it sound like I'm meaning a nice old guy, unless you knew my Grandpa. The part about saying nasty stuff to priests, that's just like my Grandpa. Mean old guys are the same where ever they are from. Ha. Fun read thanks Chris.

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Re: Yukiyoshi Sagawa on Bujutsu and Ki-Ryoku, Part 2

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The things written about Takeda reminds me of my Grandpa. That might make it sound like I'm meaning a nice old guy, unless you knew my Grandpa. The part about saying nasty stuff to priests, that's just like my Grandpa. Mean old guys are the same where ever they are from. Ha. Fun read thanks Chris.
Sound like they would both have been a handful - I don't envy Sagawa looking after him!

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Sound like they would both have been a handful - I don't envy Sagawa looking after him!

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HA! No not at all, good thing he was tough, or maybe that made him tough!

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Old 01-06-2013, 10:21 PM   #5
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Re: Yukiyoshi Sagawa on Bujutsu and Ki-Ryoku, Part 2

"First, apply aiki." Hm. Where have I heard that before?
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