Absolutely. I'm not rich. I don't have the kind of money to drop $300 on one or two classes a week. I've never seen gym fees that high before. And I've lived in a few major cities.
Originally Posted by Res Judicata
But that doesn't really matter at this point since it appears no judo dojo in Manhattan has a training schedule that fits my own.
Bottom line: I'll just have to wait until my work schedule changes.
Last edited by FourT6and2; 6/28/2011 3:17pm at .
In far less land area, four times as many people live in the county where your podunk bedroom community suburb is than what you previously thought was a major city.
Originally Posted by FourT6and2
Be thrifty where you can but, considering yourself as a skinflint isn't complimentary.
Good luck with your scheduling changes. Life always has this annoying habit of getting in the way of playtime.
Funny thing is I WANT to train early- I wish my dojo had a five o'clock class.
I get out of work at 3:30 and want to get Judo over with- not wait around until nighttime.
As it is I don't get home until 9pm after a weeknight class- which, to me, sucks.
Different strokes and all...
Yes, NYC is bigger than Chicago, Kansas City, San Francisco, Sapporo, Atlanta and Miami. But it seems Judo is harder to find and more expensive here than any of those others. And NYC definitely isn't the largest city I've lived in. Granted, Judo is waaaaay easier to find in Tokyo obviously.
Originally Posted by Tom Kagan
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