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    Default Martial Arts History Museum Honors Award

    Nobody posted anything about this yet, so I will. Congratulations to Doc, well deserved and about time.
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    Congratulations to Doc! A well deserved award.
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    I can't view, can you copy and past the article?

    Either way. Congrats.
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    Default Re: Martial Arts History Museum Honors Award

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoastkenpoist View Post
    I can't view, can you copy and past the article?

    Either way. Congrats.
    Never mind I see it now.
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    Congrats Doc
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