OSU! Only just now got home! It was a learning experience. Heh! The judges were confused, and asked for a decision from someone who only saw the end of the last round, nothing else. Haha! My opponent was given the win, and later she said, "that didn't make sense. You won. You totally kicked my ass!" Haha! But it was all to honor Paul Silva and I had a great time, and they've promised to tighten up the judging next year, which I'll return for. Really felt like my only real opponent was my own limitations. That became more real to me today than it ever was before, in Kyokushin. Loved my opponent, great lady, so much spirit! She wants to come visit the dojo, asked me to teach her, heheh. I will refer her to my instructors if she does show up someday. I disagreed with the decision but didn't make a scene, of course! Never argue with the ref or judges! One guy did and I was sure for a moment he was going to get his ass kicked by one of the corner judges, hahaha! I wasn't actually all that upset, mostly bewildered. Was more amused, and very, very tired. So much to learn for next time! OSU!