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Old 09-11-2005, 12:25 AM   #1
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I'll be taking this as soon as I get home (middle to late november). I've seen and checked out a bunch of tips from bringing gloves and protective gear to trying not to fall asleep in the classroom time. Does anyone else have any tips?
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I'll be taking this as soon as I get home (middle to late november).* I've seen and checked out a bunch of tips from bringing gloves and protective gear to trying not to fall asleep in the classroom time.* Does anyone else have any tips?
i took it there i suggest you bring your own gear and pay attention and you will have fun.
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I'll be taking this as soon as I get home (middle to late november).* I've seen and checked out a bunch of tips from bringing gloves and protective gear to trying not to fall asleep in the classroom time.* Does anyone else have any tips?
i took it there i suggest you bring your own gear and pay attention and you will have fun.
yeah, just have a good time and enjoy the class, you will learn alot and have a blast. be sure to speak in class, they like it when you answer questions
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