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June 09, 2009


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I believe he said 13 like is sail number. P.s. His instruction was so good I pulled two moves that I have never have pulled right after his seminar. Caesar is the future, Caesar is the Man!

Caesar is the man (I'll change the number to 13, thanks). Too bad he didn't teach you a move to avoid my falling on your board in that last race!

There are only 8 spins dude!

Simone, you are right...it is only 8 spins! I'll have to fix that...thanks dude(ess?)!

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