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    ya when I saw him at the Ohana in Santa Rosa I had the same impression..
    not fast, not flashy, just a bit sadistic, a bit crazy, and enjoying pushing his ukes pretty far... I liked him.
    I thought the weapons were a bit much, I understand the historical context for them, but would think that some modern day versions with some upgraded materials could make for some interesting tools

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    Steve W Spry Guest

    Default Re: Lua

    I Have trained in LUA Under Olohe

    Steve Spry

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    Steve W Spry Guest

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    Olohe is a very good man with much Mana (Spirit) Hes or Royal Hawaiian Blood as is Mr. Parker. I am very blessed to have known Olohe for years. If he touches you your his.

    Steve Spry

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    Good Call Russ Olohe is everything you have said about him.

    Aloha

    Steve Spry

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