Thread: I may not be famous
8/19/2007 1:23pm, #11
glad it went so well for you. I wish I was in the area at the time..
8/19/2007 1:33pm, #12
Good advice. I'll keep it in mind. I do it some but I could do it more.
I'll see how the footage is. The plan is to make a DVD if it's good enough quality (audio, lighting, angles, etc.) Or I'll find some other way of getting it out.
Got some photos up despite this ancient computer.
The class drilling as I walk around:
Answering questions, giving extra details:
An overview of the class:
Here's I am speaking and showing a move to the class:
I'm answering questions for John and Leo, the brown belts who hosted me:
Patrolling to make sure everyone is getting it:
The secret to my success -- the Machado Face:
8/19/2007 1:51pm, #13
I prefer the ole Lebell face myself hehe
8/19/2007 6:21pm, #14
That last guy looks like the geeky kid that works at the burger joint in Clerks 2.
8/19/2007 6:41pm, #15Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
8/19/2007 6:59pm, #16
- Join Date
- Sep 2004
- Soviet State Of Kalifornia
Sounds like you put on an excellent seminar Aeso and avoided all the things about seminars that piss me off and make my wallet hurt. Keep up the good work..
To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence;
Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without spilling your Guinness.
Sun "Fu Man JhooJits" Tzu, the Art of War & Guinness
8/19/2007 7:04pm, #17
Is that an adult in a green belt?
And I greatly look forward to the video. Congrats as well, next thing you know you'll be a brown and starting your own affiliate school.
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8/19/2007 7:27pm, #18
ATT has a green belt for adults that goes between white and blue.
8/19/2007 7:33pm, #19
Always trips me out. Can't wait to see the pamphlets and other materials on your site.
8/19/2007 8:09pm, #20