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Message 13809 · 26 Oct 1998 10:32:49 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Hello George...

>If you have been to Asilomar you know that in the afternoon before the
>ball we have a dance review of all the dances to refresh our memory

And in the interest of efficiency and practicality, the dances are divided
between two parallel review sessions. So if you wanted to, you couldn't
actually review all of the dances on the program. Unfortunately, if I am to
have the energy to dance at the ball after a day of classes, I need to use
that time to relax and rest, during which time I can (and have) put the
program booklet to good use. I am sure there are people for whom these ball
previews are helpful, but I am not one of them.

>and
>in the weeks before the weekend we have not one, not two but four days
>where the dances are taught...

Excellent! for local dancers. But what use are these to out-of-towners like me?

>Excuse me, but pity on you Oberdan. For not knowing any better.

Oh, my, it looks like someone is trying to be ungratious...but I am
inclined to take this as an unfortunate slip of the keys.

Cheers, Oberdan.

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