"First, it's education; then, it's work; then, it's the kids. It's always, 'Well, I'll go in the next four years,' " said the resident of Holland, Pa., who holds a day job at a Center City insurance company.[Kenis] came to the United States in 1993 with a number of titles to his name, both in sambo and judo. Sambo, he said, "is exactly like judo, but in sambo you can do leg locks, and in judo you can't.""I've been very successful," said Kenis. "Look at my face I don't get hit too much!"
A Jew Who Knows His Judo Anonymous Jewish Exponent; Jun 25, 2009; 226, 14; Docstoc pg. 13 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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