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Old 03-Dec-2009, 03:01 AM
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Old 03-Dec-2009, 05:10 AM
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Ok here's my nominations:

1. Southpaw- Don't always agree with this eejit but he brings a lot of enthusiasm and a unique perspective to MAP. He is also one of the few who actually seems to really pay attention to the arguments of people he disagrees with.

2. Van Zandt- Again not always in agreement with everything he says but I think he is an asset to MAP in his training ethic, his enthusiasm and his willingness to provide information and assistance.

3. Yohan- Haven't seen him posting much lately but I know that when I do see a post it will be very informative, very well argued or very amusing.

4. TKDMitch- I don't venture into the TKD forum much so I don't interact with Mitch too much but like Yohan when I see his posts I can expect a well considered position or a helpful comment. Another good asset for MAP.

There you go... some fine competition for koyo I think!
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Old 03-Dec-2009, 08:55 AM
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Ok here's my nominations:

1. Southpaw- Don't always agree with this eejit but he brings a lot of enthusiasm and a unique perspective to MAP. He is also one of the few who actually seems to really pay attention to the arguments of people he disagrees with.

2. Van Zandt- Again not always in agreement with everything he says but I think he is an asset to MAP in his training ethic, his enthusiasm and his willingness to provide information and assistance.

3. Yohan- Haven't seen him posting much lately but I know that when I do see a post it will be very informative, very well argued or very amusing.

4. TKDMitch- I don't venture into the TKD forum much so I don't interact with Mitch too much but like Yohan when I see his posts I can expect a well considered position or a helpful comment. Another good asset for MAP.

There you go... some fine competition for koyo I think!
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Old 03-Dec-2009, 11:14 AM
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I'll second Southpaw.
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Old 03-Dec-2009, 01:23 PM
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Southpaw- Don't always agree with this eejit but he brings a lot of enthusiasm and a unique perspective to MAP. He is also one of the few who actually seems to really pay attention to the arguments of people he disagrees with.
Eejit? Eejit!? *sigh* I waste my life on this site and thats what I get....
Cheers though mate, you too topher

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Old 03-Dec-2009, 01:27 PM
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I'll second Van Zandt he's made a big contribution to map this year I reckons
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Old 03-Dec-2009, 01:55 PM
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Eejit? Eejit!? *sigh* I waste my life on this site and thats what I get....
Cheers though mate, you too topher

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Old 03-Dec-2009, 11:24 PM
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Okay here are my nominations :

Koyo-Aikidio guy, I love reading his posts he talks sense and has a vast range of experience always interesting to read his view points and his advice is sound.

Pat OMalley- This guy has loads of information, mostly found on the FMA forum never seen him anywhere else on MAP, I like his views as they are down to earth and practical. He is sort of a no nonsense guy someone that is dedicated to his art, reading up a lot of his posts have cleared a lot of things up for me is FMA is very confusing, but his advice is top notch.

Both of these guys are legends on here to be honest and just by reading their posts I have learnt a lot.
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Old 11-Dec-2009, 04:39 PM
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No nomination for me

Some good nominations already posted so I'll leave this post as a bump
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Old 11-Dec-2009, 04:44 PM
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Anth - for keeping the site running and sorting out the 1st December database glitch sharpish.
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Old 11-Dec-2009, 04:47 PM
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Don't think he's been nominated but JWT gets my nomination (now I've remembered!).

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