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    Hanon

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    Re: Shiai rules in context of Kanos "First Level" of Judo

    Post by Hanon on Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:54 am

    genetic judoka wrote:

    also Mike, sodo lives in Germany, I think that was an attempt at humor.



    Some credit should be given to Fritz because he is writing in a language other than his own and the nuances involved in such a debate are not always easy to explain-translate in another language. Fritz is also, in my opinion, a genuine judoka who is trying to learn judo and explain his views on judo.

    I think Fritz deserves some slack from us.

    Mike


    Last edited by Hanon on Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:32 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : spelling and addition. subtraction...)


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    Re: Shiai rules in context of Kanos "First Level" of Judo

    Post by sodo on Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:46 am

    Hanon wrote:
    genetic judoka wrote:

    also Mike, sodo lives in Germany, I think that was an attempt at humor.



    Some credit should be given to Fritz because he is writing in a language other than his own and the nuances involved in such a debate are not always easy to explain-translate in another language. Fritz is also, in my opinion, a genuine judoka who is trying to learn judo and explain his views on judo.

    I think Fritz deserves some slack from us.

    Mike


    It is not necessarily his views on judo that are the problem but the selective way he picks on single words and phrases, deliberately takes them out of context, ignore facts and arguments that are presented in answer to his statements and the down right twisting and misrepresenting what other posters write that is the problem and when he stops doing all that, then I will cut him some slack Shocked

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    Re: Shiai rules in context of Kanos "First Level" of Judo

    Post by finarashi on Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:30 am

    sodo wrote:It is not necessarily his views on judo that are the problem but the selective way he picks on single words and phrases, deliberately takes them out of context, ignore facts and arguments that are presented in answer to his statements and the down right twisting and misrepresenting what other posters write that is the problem and when he stops doing all that, then I will cut him some slack Shocked

    atb

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