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Old 11-14-2007, 11:33 AM   #101
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Re: *Tentative* dates for Akuzawa (Aunkai) in Seattle, WA 11/3-11/4

I'll echo David and Tom in that I'd guess Dan is very busy. (and also, the great attitude part.)

And don't forget that the Holidays are nearly here. Not much free time now.

A glimmer of hope is that with any luck, we'll have a seminar on the East Coast next year with Akuzawa.
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Old 11-14-2007, 12:08 PM   #102
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Re: *Tentative* dates for Akuzawa (Aunkai) in Seattle, WA 11/3-11/4

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It's how he is. I show up somewhat regularly to train, but phone or email... good luck. By good luck, I mean fat chance, and by fat chance, I mean just about no chance :-).

You're right about his attitude, though.
It'll be a big trip for me, so no "dropping in" and it will have to be very well set up a good while in advance.

We did have an agreement to meet, though very loosely scheduled, so I think "just about no chance" will be okay. We will meet up eventually, I'm sure.

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Old 11-14-2007, 12:10 PM   #103
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And don't forget that the Holidays are nearly here. Not much free time now.
Exactly. That's why I had to reset to sometime in the spring. Got a lot to clear out before then.

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A glimmer of hope is that with any luck, we'll have a seminar on the East Coast next year with Akuzawa.
Yes, that will be a big event. By then, it will probably be hard to get a spot in the seminar!!!

David

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Old 11-22-2007, 10:32 PM   #104
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Good seminar and glad I went.

Step 1 - learn how to stand straight!

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Old 11-23-2007, 08:04 AM   #105
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Re: *Tentative* dates for Akuzawa (Aunkai) in Seattle, WA 11/3-11/4

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Step 1 - learn how to stand straight!
That's a lot more difficult than it sounds, isn't it?

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