November 6th, 2007


No on H

I voted, but it is a fairly forgettable San Francisco election. I only remembered to vote when I walked out of my house and saw my polling place/garage across the street. Besides opposing initiatives that encourage car use, I didn't care much about any of the other initiatives. All the people currently in positions will get to keep them, there is no serious competition.

Bujinkan San Francisco

dan_erat and I visited the San Francisco Bujinkan school this evening and participated in their class. There were about 16 students and the class was lead by instructor Dale Seago. We drilled on joint locks, defensive to offensive movements, takedowns and combinations thereof. It is a friendly environment and the instructions were clearly presented and broken down.

I'm happy that Dan decided to sign up, but I'm still interested in visiting more schools and seeing what else is out there. I'm getting a better idea of what I'm looking for, I want to learn skills I can use against wing chun fighters.