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robin

HAHAHAHA

"So, someone attacks you, and you very slllooooowwwlllyy karate-chop them."

Autumn

"I've never heard of this Tae Kwan Do." Priceless.

And...thanks for visiting my blog:) I was like "who is OH YEAH!!!" Good times.

Caroline

Ah, but you did have to edit for typos. ;-)

And if you want to observe some great slo-mo Tai Chi, spend Gary's inheritance money on a trip to Boston. A stroll through Boston Common on a Sunday morning should net you 5-10 spottings of Tai Chi in "action" if you can call it that.

melati

Goddammit I'm in love with your pinkie bet conversations with Gary.

Also, I had never known what Tai Kwon Do was either...

until I graduated from ELEMENTARTY SCHOOL.

Silly Gary.

TheQueen

Autumn - I'd link to you, but I feel I need to ask permission. You might not want people you work with discovering you start quite a few posts with "I should be typing up church minutes right now."

Caroline - thanks for QA'ing my blog. And what is with you and Boston? This is the second Boston reference in a row.

Melati - Ha! And a second Ha! for "Elementarty." Did you catch that Caroline?

judibleu

Balance, ah, yes! I've heard of it. I go to Pilates and I should be going to Tai Chi, too. Some of my Pilates moves would be greatly enhanced if I could keep from wobbling around! Rock on, Queen!

Autumn

You can link to me...how fun!!! The powers that be don't read my blog but even if they did they already know I should be typing church minutes...HA:)

TheQueen

Judibleu - I wonder if the Pilates/Yoga masters who have the superior balance can stay on their feet for ten seconds with their eyes closed. It's really hard.

Autum - done!

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