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Re: straight to the heart (with a knife)
Posted by wildhog
4/25/2011  9:32:00 AM
Did you not see the two movies {Shall We Dance]? I've been an Instructor for over 20 years and as I say in teachers meetings we have, I teach people that don't want to be there. Many a man has been drug to dance class only to fall in love with the art form. I snuck out on my girlfriend 30 years ago and, she caught me at a Honky-tonk standing by a pole watching people dance. I couldn't help myself. I was born to be and addict. Shall We Dance
Re: straight to the heart (with a knife)
Posted by ClumsyFellow
4/25/2011  12:01:00 PM
never mind . . .

How come these old posts show up as current?

Re: straight to the heart (with a knife)
Posted by Administrator
4/25/2011  2:38:00 PM
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I sometimes bump old topics, either if they've been featured in a recent newsletter, or if a question has gone unanswered and looks like it needs some help with a refresh. In the case of this article, however, it was bumped by a reply from a non-user, and so wasn't yet visible. But it is now.

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