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International Instructors Course - Ireland

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Original Message Post # 1
Sun 19th Jun 2011 20:39
MikeCarr

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Who will be heading over to Cork in October for the IIC with Master Choi? 
I'll be there provided I have enough funds! 
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Top Tue 21st Jun 2011 19:32
Mike Cude

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Hi Mr Carr

I'm going sir, fees paid and flight booked.  Just accommodation to sort out...Big smile

Mike

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Top Wed 22nd Jun 2011 10:59
Alasdair Walkinshaw

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Wish I could go, but 1: I am flat broke, & 2: My body is broken and I will still be recovering from surgery. To say I am gutted is an understatement :(
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Top Wed 22nd Jun 2011 15:53
Mark Skyrme

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I am going to try, but already have the UK ITF British and ITF Europeans in October. Plus Hong Kong in November.

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Top Mon 4th Jul 2011 14:00
Bob Borja

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I plan to be there.

                                                           Vincit qui se vincit.                                                                  
                                             He conquers who conquers himself.                                                     

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Top Mon 4th Jul 2011 16:20
Mark Skyrme

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Hi Mr Borja,
How was the Master Nicholls Seminar this weekend?

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Top Wed 6th Jul 2011 15:11
O. Braemer

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I'll be there with one student

Learning is a process which never ends and where you have to be afraid to forget what you have learned.

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Top Wed 6th Jul 2011 16:48
Mark Skyrme

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Hi Olaf,

Master Nicholls spoke highly of your seminar, Congratulations on a well hosted event.

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Top Thu 7th Jul 2011 13:29
Bob Borja

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Hi Master Skyrme,

Seminar was very good: deceivingly "relaxed" yet quite intensive. Liked the format very much. It was my first with Master Nicholls as the senior master conducting the seminar. I hope to see an IIC conducted by Master Nicholls as the senior master in the near future.

Congratulations on your master's rank, Sir!

                                                           Vincit qui se vincit.                                                                  
                                             He conquers who conquers himself.                                                     

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Top Fri 8th Jul 2011 14:46
O. Braemer

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Hi, Mark
thanks for the praise. But it was infact a Master who conducted the seminar. They all liked it. Including myself.

Learning is a process which never ends and where you have to be afraid to forget what you have learned.

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Top Wed 13th Jul 2011 18:30
G Horan

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I was planning on going but like Master Skyrme lots going on at that time.
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