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Old 04-28-2002, 03:53 PM   #1
Jakusotsu
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Introduction of No One Noteworthy

Hello, All:

My name is Eric Kroier. I've read your message boards for the better part of a year and I've practiced Aikdio for two.

I practice about three days a week for a couple hours a class in our humble dojo in Oklahoma. I've been practicing Kendo with the same frequency for about a year's time.

I'm entering college this coming fall at a small, private Methodist university. I ambitiously plan on majoring in Psychology, Religion and Philosphy and minoring in Japanese and Athletic Training. Most people would be concerned about the time spent studying so many subjects and the money spent
on such comparatively useless majors, but the government has decided that since I'm far from wealthy, they'll pay for it for me.

But I do make a fairly decent living working part-time in sales at a Radio Shack store.

I've been lurking on these boards for a while, so I know almost all of you. Now you know me. Hajimemashite. Dozo yoroshiku.

Eric Kroier
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Old 04-28-2002, 07:59 PM   #2
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Hi Eric,

Welcome out of "lurkerdom" and thanks for posting your introduction! I hope you'll continue to participate in the future.

-- Jun

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