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NameJohn Mericle
Date2011-05-15
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MessageHi how are you doing? I am a big fan of yours.
Do you have a mailing list that I can join?
I seen all of your movies and I really liked
them very much.


From your friend,
Mr. John Mericle smilie


Nameglenn ringler
Date2011-05-13
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Messagehi wow are you


NameJhosep
Date2011-03-21
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MessageHI SENZEI SHO, YOU ARE MY INSPIRATION IN LIFE
ALWAYS TRY TO BE LIKE YOU, THANK YOU FOR ALL THOSE
MASTER movies.


NameJody
Date2011-02-11
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MessageHey great site!

Sho Kosugi was my big time hero as a kid growing up to all the Ninja movies in the 80s. I have lost track of him in the last 15 years or so.. Starting taking Bujinkan Ninjutsu, and started going back to the old movies for fun and remembering him.

Great site!


Namesabina
Date2011-02-07
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MessageSince olden days Baku, its oil, “a burning soil” have been known far beyond its borders. The Medieval written sources related to Baku invariably refer to “the eternal flames” in its vicinities. One of the first to report about them at the beginning of the V century was Byzantine Prisk Paniyski who, while describing the cities of Caucasian Albania, mentioned the place where “the flame rises out of the reef”. The Arabian historian al-Balazuri also informs of oil and salt in Shirvan in 754. With the spread of Islam in the region beginning from the IX century Baku is mentioned in the written sources of Arabian geographers and historians as a small, but a developed feudal city. Invariably there are sources of white and dark gray oil in Baku. Caravans came here for oil from all parts of the Middle East. Slavonic, Khazar, Byzantine, Chinese, Iraqi, Syrian, Kenyan, Venetian, Iranian, and Indian tradesmen arrived in Baku. Being located in the intersection of trade routes Baku was always in the focus of attention of foreign invaders fighting for the influence in the region.


Namesabina
Date2011-02-07
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MessageNoteworthy is the Latin inscription of the 80s-90s of our era found at the foot of the mountain of Boyukdash in Gobustan which runs, “The time of Emperor Domitianus Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Lucius Julius Maxim, Centurion XII of the Lightning Legion”. And the name of the settlement of Ramana or Romana in the vicinity of Baku perhaps also speaks of the Roman troops’ stay in Apsheron in the I century. The Roman troops’ distribution in Gobustan indicates the presence of a large settlement or city in the vicinity, which might have been Baku at that time towards which the Roman troops must have made for.

The archeological excavations carried out in the city of Baku and its vicinities prove the existence of the settlement here before our era. The archaic pre-Zoroastrian burial places found in 1888 during the digging of the foundation pit of the base of the former Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the place of an old Muslim cemetery speak of the city’s ancient origin too. In the foundation pit were found ancient burials in the form of stone boxes in several rows one above another, also a tomb in the shape of a big tendir (fireplace) the contents of which were six or seven human skeletons in half-seated position. There were clay bowls of an irregular shape in front of the skeletons. This was a family tomb going to the times of the tribal system of the society.


Namesabina
Date2011-02-07
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MessageThe history of the city of Baku goes back to the great antiquity, though the exact date of its rise is not known up to now. The territory of the Apsheron Peninsula where the city is situated enjoys a favourable geographical position, a convenient bay, a warm, dry climate, a fertile soil, natural minerals, and therefore the emergence of the ancient settlements here is quite natural. The district of Gobustan is to the southwest of modern Baku by the Caspian Sea. Here in the vast space were pastured numerous herds of animals the images of which are fixed on the rocks of the neighbouring mountains. The pictures dating back to 8 milleniums reflect different hunting scenes, ceremonial and ritual processes of the ancient dwellers of these places.


Namesabina
Date2011-02-07
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Messagemy name is sabina.i am from baku.i am muslim.i am 25.i like martial arts of china korea and japan very much.i am your an old baku fun.i saw all your films.very cool!i wolud like to meet with you personally on my bithday-the 13th of april. smilie smilie smilie


Namejamie
Date2011-01-21
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MessageA really entertaining site thank you very much. Have been a fan since early-mid 80's. Love your site. Any idea/info about SK sword? They are very elusive.Any info regarding their history?Would love to know more about them.Thank you for work gone into this site. best wishes jamie


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