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Old 05-28-2002, 09:22 PM   #1
Chris Wells
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Dojo: Capital City Aikido
Location: Montgomery, Alabama
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Learning the lanuage

at first i thought i would never learn the pronunciation of things but this website has been so helpful. I may be driving everyone at my house crazy because i have been playing the counting wav on my surround sound speakers on my computer up very loud and put it on repeat so i can remember it all..haha

im willing to go the distance to learn!

thanks again aikiweb.com for going the distance to help people like me learn everything i need to know about aikido.
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