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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2003 11:52 pm
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I finally can join ya all. I had some trouble getting registared and had to change my username a little but I'm here now. I love the new site and am looking forward to interacting with everyone! This has been fun sharing info. and opinions on bartending and other related subjects. I've visited other bartending sites and I can honestly say this is my favorite. There are some very helpful and useful individuals on here who are never afraid to give thier opinion, no matter what. And that is why I enjoy our profession. Bartending is not for the timid! A big THANK YOU to Scotty and crew for all of this!! Very Happy Tusketaha- Tildy1
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Joined: 03 Jan 2004
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Location: Omaha

PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2004 11:17 pm
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I love this site too!!!!! Very Happy i likes to have fun here, and fun we'll make!! on another note, i've managed to perfect the bottle flip in front of body and balancing it on the back of my hand! i hadn't practiced in a while, but i was nailing it while i was praticing all day yesterday. And yes, CUSHIONING the bottle helps immensely!!! Razz
speaking of.....i need to log off and practice more!!!

Later- Jay
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2004 4:27 am
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Thank you both for saying nice things about the new site. We've worked long & hard to make it a good, all around site that helps people achieve their goals.
Pardon the mushiness but every time i look through the messages posted I always smile because of the genuine goodwill of the people here. Life really can be challenging & frustrating sometimes, but sites like this, and webtender too if you havne't checked it out, prove that the vast majority of people have good hearts and will help others when they can. Good, open discussion is a truly valuable thing and many people don't feel like there is anyone to help them. It's comforting to know that we've found a place to find help when we need it.
You all make me proud of being a part of all this.
On a flair note... Good for you Jay, perfecting the balance is a huge milestone and leads to many more interesting options.
Cool Easy does it, soft hands and smooth movements will do you well Wink
Be good to each other & i'll be around to help if you need it.
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