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    Allow me not to post a specific technique, form, extension, etc. but to just call attention to someone who gives unselfishly of himself and subsequently to the topic mentioned.
    I have been struggling to update my web site for almost two years. The reasons I haven't are a bucket full of lame excuses.
    Jason Bugg has gently and respectfully encouraged and prompted me to send him something, anything, to re-start the update, listening to every excuse there is, every promise that was subsequently broken, without complaint.
    I am slowly cleaning up articles to post, pictures, thoughts, and suggestions for the site, but Jason being the patient man he is, continues to go out of his way to make it right, and correct the little out of place comma's, too many apostrophes, and so on.
    He does not have to do this as his only loyalty to me is that of a Senior in EPAK, one who is in his lineage and because of just plain respect.
    The site is updated because of Jason Bugg, not because of me. I publicly salute him with my respect for him and his efforts to keep the "flame"burning and the history flowing.
    Now back to the topics that interest us...
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    Mr. Bugg has done an amazing job on the site.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    Isn't Mr. Bugg with Mr. Brian Duffy?? If I'm not mistaken I believe Mr. Bugg visited our school back in November I think....He was in town visiting relatives or something like that and seeing a Kenpo school decided to drop in. He showed us some really good hand isolation drills and escrima drills. (I have the visit recorded on DVD so I can keep practicing them =) lol) Very nice gentlemen. He's a credit to the art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S. LaBounty
    He does not have to do this as his only loyalty to me is that of a Senior in EPAK, one who is in his lineage and because of just plain respect.
    The site is updated because of Jason Bugg, not because of me. I publicly salute him with my respect for him and his efforts to keep the "flame"burning and the history flowing.
    Now back to the topics that interest us...
    Oss!
    S. LaBounty
    there is much to be said for those who do for others without being asked and without personal gain... and, there is just as much to be said for the gracious benefactor, for whom others will always be happy and proud to do for...

    respects to you both, mr bugg and sigung.

    pete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete
    there is much to be said for those who do for others without being asked and without personal gain... and, there is just as much to be said for the gracious benefactor, for whom others will always be happy and proud to do for...

    respects to you both, mr bugg and sigung.

    pete.
    Thank you Pete (Landini?) for your kind response and taking the time to post it.
    All the best....
    Sigung

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    Thanks for letting us know Sir, & thanks to Mr. Bugg for updating it! I'll take a look asap.

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    Osu Mr. Bugg. Kudos and great job! Done for all the right reasons also.

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    Now that just Buggs me.
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