What's this position?

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Re: What's this position?

Postby Seizan » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:25 am

It was pointed out that my statement might be misleading.

I have in my collection an interesting article that was published in a well-known sports magazine in Japan. It was later republished very recently in a book of interviews with karate masters. The article is an interview with Takamiyagi Shigeru Sensei.

It is not "my" article; I didn't write it.

Apologies for the possibly confusing sentence...
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Re: What's this position?

Postby Bill Glasheen » Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:13 am

Seizan wrote:Apologies for the possibly confusing sentence...

Well being fallible makes you more like yours truly. ;)

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Re: What's this position?

Postby gmattson » Mon Jul 23, 2012 11:13 am

Bill:
Just back from trip. Please call me.
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Re: What's this position?

Postby Bill Glasheen » Wed Jul 25, 2012 1:08 am

Contact established.

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Re: What's this position?

Postby Bill Glasheen » Wed Jul 25, 2012 1:31 pm

Concerning a photo temporarily removed (the subject matter being the Seisan jump posture). It belongs to a very nice gentleman who is the main subject of that photo. He's a most pleasant and very interesting guy. While I have permission to use that photo in this pedagogical context, a peripheral issue has become an unfortunate and irrelevant distraction. More on that later, and in another thread.

The Internet is a very interesting place, particularly for old geezers like yours truly who've been programming for 42 years - before I had facial hair. While the original photo that was the topic of this thread was from a source that no longer exists, you never really completely lose the digital trace of those postings. (Remember that, folks. You never know what your future employer might find out there. :lol:) In short... I found the photo and saved it.

After I upload it, we can continue the conversation.

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P.S. More conversations with myriad parties are forthcoming. I'm a very, very busy guy, so be patient. I have many "masters" in my life, and none of them I speak of now are martial. ;)
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