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    reading that makes me glad i have learnt my jiu jitsu from as close to the source as possible, royce, mauricio and roger.
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    Very nice interview. Many thanks. however,

    Am I the only one who is scared by all this talk about "source" and "pure"?

    IMO, it's all about the learning environment. I don't believe anyone could show anyone else anything that they couldn't have figured out for themselves sooner or later (with the right condusive training environment and adequate intelligence!)

    People are in such a hurry sometimes
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    a quick TTT because I trained at Gumby's place in San Jose last week. Top guy (wouldn't charge me a drop in fee so I bought a t-shirt as a thanks) with a really friendly club. He'd just done that interview following a seminar Henry Akins had done and alll the students I spoke to were all raving about it and the concept of invisible jiu-jitsu

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