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    Default Re: 9th Degree demonstrating Short III with neutral bows...

    Quote Originally Posted by DRANKIN View Post
    True this ^^
    I'll record and post my own interpretation of Mr. Rainey's Short III for peer scrutiny as I, also, appreciation discussion and critique. And I encourage the critics to demonstrate proper execution as well.
    Good for you. It can only make you better.
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    Some people are a tad full of themselves and feel they're above criticism. Personally, I embrace criticism because sometimes despite how brilliant I think I am , people are right and present points of views that I may not have considered without their perspectives. Even if they're wrong it confirms my point of view in discussions. You get smarter by being open to criticism, not by being a know-it-all. Mr. Rainey is a smart man who embraced that philosophy ever since he was a purple belt, as far as I know, and is one of my former students. I teach that way and encourage discussion and criticism. If I can't answer the question satisfactorily then I'm not doing my job very well. Mr. Rainey still does that as well. Some stay away from here because they can't handle being told they might be wrong. "The mind is like a parachute, it only works when it opens." - Ed Parker Sr.
    Well, clearly I'd never question or criticize you... ohh... .wait... yea that ship sailed years ago didn't it? which reminds me... I need to upload those videos that I finally got around to doing...

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    Well, clearly I'd never question or criticize you... ohh... .wait... yea that ship sailed years ago didn't it? which reminds me... I need to upload those videos that I finally got around to doing...

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    Ok, so you're not doing a rabbit replication thingy on these videos right? This is a family-friendly forum and I'd like to keep it that way.
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    Default Re: 9th Degree demonstrating Short III with neutral bows...

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    Ok, so you're not doing a rabbit replication thingy on these videos right? This is a family-friendly forum and I'd like to keep it that way.
    Well duh!! I'm a total professional that would.... never..... um... post......

    ...

    Let me check...

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    Default Re: 9th Degree demonstrating Short III with neutral bows...

    Quote Originally Posted by MrBunny View Post
    Well duh!! I'm a total professional that would.... never..... um... post......

    ...

    Let me check...

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    Though... no kidding... at one point I saw an ad for someone teaching classes called "Erotic Martial Arts"

    I was like... wait what? .. what would the techniques even..... ahhh god I have to stop thinking right now........
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