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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by woodface View Post
    It is on topic though. Look at the last page and Alex Faulkner agrees with the stuff I put on the first page.

    Thats the bloke who teaches the ceroc teachers agrreing with what I said.

    Now if Alex had posted that, would he have come in for the same amount of stick or did I get it because I had less experiance than him?
    I agree with the tips posted on the first page and with spotting...if you can crack it, it really does help to stop you from getting dizzy and also can help with your balance (because you're not dizzy-talk about state the obv alex!!)
    Excuse me - he agreed with what you said?!!! He surely does approve of spotting as far as I can see - but maybe my grasp of English is not as good as yours...
    I better stop now, or I'll join Caro and StrayCat and tell myself off for getting involved.

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by nebula View Post
    Excuse me - he agreed with what you said?!!! He surely does approve of spotting as far as I can see - but maybe my grasp of English is not as good as yours...
    I better stop now, or I'll join Caro and StrayCat and tell myself off for getting involved.

    eh???

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by woodface View Post
    Now if Alex had posted that, would he have come in for the same amount of stick or did I get it because I had less experiance than him?
    If he'd posted exactly what you posted, I personally believe he'd have gotten very similar responses.

    Certainly, I personally would have responded in exactly the same way that I responded to you.

    And with that, I think I'll join the mass exodus from this thread.
    Last edited by straycat; 22nd-May-2007 at 04:41 PM. Reason: Appalling grammar

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by woodface View Post
    eh???
    Missed this one. A quick pre-exodus clarification. Nebula was (I think) pointing out that Alex appeared to be disagreeing with you - not agreeing with you - on the spotting front, and the quote illustrated that point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CentrAlex View Post
    I agree with the tips posted on the first page and with spotting...if you can crack it, it really does help to stop you from getting dizzy and also can help with your balance

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by straycat264 View Post
    Nebula was (I think) pointing out that Alex appeared to be disagreeing with you - not agreeing with you - on the spotting front, and the quote illustrated that point.
    Absolutely correct.

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    Quote Originally Posted by nebula View Post
    Sorry to get in newer member, I really would like to see some dance-related post exchanges on the forum dedicated to ... erm... dance?... Would you mind taking your remarks out of this thread, and maybe outside?...
    Therein lies the sadness ... several dancers of great note and wisdom have ceased to post because they felt any true dance related discussion was being buried under purile threads or self-important dweebs who thought their view was the only view. Can't see what they meant.

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    Re: Does experience matter?

    OK ... lets return to the thread ...

    MY experience is that the more years I accumulate as a dnacer and a teacher the more I can recognise my limitations and recognise the excellence in others. So .. for those who may not be familiar with the scene can I pass on some of the people who's expertise I hold in high regard:
    • Amir
    • Kate
    • Roger Chin
    • Chris Taylor
    • Sue Freeman
    • Simon Selmon
    • Nigle & Nina
    • Paul Warden
    • Michela
    • Andy and Rena
    • Cat
    • Dave and Lilly
    • Nelson Rose
    • Viktor
    • Marc F


    They bring with them a vast range or styles/techniques covering the likes of Tango fusion, aerials, movement, style, balance, swing etc etc. The one thing is common is that they have all demonstrated the ability to educate others and educate well. What more could you ask for?

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