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1. Got into your stuff through HEMA channels on youtube and have come to enjoy a little bit of everything. I love following your updates on the Hannibal work and your other history videos, but I've come to enjoying your input on most other things. Very few days have gone by of late where I haven't seen a beige shirt and gotten a new perspective on life!
2017-11-18 20:41:02, Ari Toumpas, New Hampshire USA

2. I really like your work, and the passion you show! everytime I feel a tad down I just watch your work and it cheers me right up!
2017-11-18 14:29:19, Luc Wolfram P., 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

3. Samurai and suicide
"The particular favoured method of suicide was hara-kiri or “belly cutting” (the word seppuku refers to the formal ritual ceremony of suicide)"
You are correct about the word seppuku being formal than the word harakiri, but the two words actually mean the same thing. They do feel different though.

The two words are each written with the same two Chinese characters but not in the same order.

In harakiri, "hara" neans "belly" and "kiri" means "cut". This is the Japanese reading of the characters, and the roots of these words existed long before Japan adopted Chinese characters.

The word seppuku is formed from the same Chinese characters in reverse order. "Setsu" means "cut" while "fuku" means "belly". When an "f" is preceded by something, it often becomes a "b" or a "p" while when a "tsu" is followed by a something, it doubles the consonant. So setsu-fuku becomes "seppuku".

Because harakiri is formed from Japanese roots, it's a very dramatic, emotionally charged word. Seppuku is analogous to what a latin-root word feels like in English.

Keep the videos coming. Not so much a fan of fighting techniques and weapons, but very much a fan of strategy.

I really liked your video on rhetoric.

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4. All we need is love and history!
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5. Keep up the good work
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6. Keep doin' your thing, man, ain't nobody does you better than you.
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7. Keep up the good work old boy. Particularly love your armaments videos.
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8. I enjoy all of your content very much and especially enjoy your content on the British military during WW2.Keep up the good work!
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9. You are one of a few content providers that I quote or mention in YT comment sections and on Facebook.
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10. I really enjoy all the effort you put into your videos. Have a good day.
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11. Love the content Lloyd! Keep up the good work
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18. I found your "Built for the Stone Age" pilot quite comical and it was similar to things I've been thinking of for quite some time. I wonder if you were ever considering revisiting it? I love the other videos as well.
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19. G'day Lloyd.
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