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Old 01-28-2009, 09:00 AM   #18
Guilty Spark
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Join Date: May 2006
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Re: Spirit and loyalty

If you're buying then I'll drink rye with ya
We just have to keep an eye on Pete and stop him from trying to show techniques, it tends to draw attention.

Ask him about the time at fatty cats when a corrections officer (female 130 lbs) was telling us about the aikido she knew and how she could break both our arms and how she should come to the school to teach.

I agree 100% having a smaller class is much more intimate and students benefit from more exposure to one on one instruction. I really enjoy going for drinks and stuff after class (sometimes before, ha) and the christmas parties/get togethers after someone got a new belt.

If you're hungry, keep moving.
If you're tired, keep moving.
If you value you're life, keep moving.

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