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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes ki

    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy
    .....While we are being picky, shouldn't there be an ' at the end of professionals?
    if it's for "Edugeek the educational IT professionals' life line", then yes, but if it's for the logo at the top of page 6 "Edugeek IT for Educational Professionals", then no.
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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Being honest ... as long as you have the pairing right at both ends of the patch lead and it works there is no problem ...

    Personally I think the lead is wrong anyway ... it is missing the 13 amp plug from the other end.

    And it needs to be encased in a glass fronted wooden box with the legend "in case of luser, break glass"

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
    Being honest ... as long as you have the pairing right at both ends of the patch lead and it works there is no problem ...

    Personally I think the lead is wrong anyway ... it is missing the 13 amp plug from the other end.

    And it needs to be encased in a glass fronted wooden box with the legend "in case of luser, break glass"
    lol!

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    I do have one of these boxes in the loft ... and I keep promising to get it down and bring it in to school ...

    I used to have a similar box which held my Bokken (wooden practice swords), which had the legend "I haven't had any chocolate, caffiene or sex yet today. Do not P!55 me off!" (based on a similar box that my RSM had which contained a replica Browning 9mm)

    And before anyone asks ... I do not have anger management issues, and anyone who says otherwise will get a visit!!!

    ;-)

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Gosh........I never kne changing the logo would cause such an interest...........lol

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    Man someone has anger management issues lol

    So you gonna come and get me on the 14 th lol

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Shane- wooden swords...very dangerous in the right hands. Of course, very easy to take off a person too if you know how. I'll show ya ;-)

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    @paul: ooohh .... can I watch?

    @shane: the secret is in tai sabaki ... it only take a few years to get it right ... ok ... about 10 or so.

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    I didnt know I volunteered to be the guinea pig lol :P

    You can watch ......... him use the wooden sword on you lol :P

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Quote Originally Posted by kingswood
    Shane- wooden swords...very dangerous in the right hands. Of course, very easy to take off a person too if you know how. I'll show ya ;-)
    Yeah lol .... Don't try this at home Leave it to the professionals lol

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Tai Sabaki is very important. Angling. Footwork. All fundamental to a good martial skill. You should learn these to a functional level at an early stage in your martial arts--and properly. *Mastery* of those movements is a life-long process.

    Of course we call it "body evasion" technique. Taught from beginner onwards. And these movements have to be natural- no point in being inflexible and rigid. Especially in life-or-death situations where the weapon isn't a classical weapon like a bokken- but instead a kitchen knife or blade of some kind...that'll get ya cut up real bad.

    :-)

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    @ "Of course we call it "body evasion" technique."

    We will when you start teaching me martial arts and the body evasion techniques lol :P

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

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