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Re: Las Vegas, Bill Maryott

Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 96-10-25 15:47:22 EDT, you write:
> >
> >Judges' training by Bill Maryott, and a talk by a Schreiner.
> >
> >
> If I may interject.... don't miss Bill Maryott!  He is a wonderful speaker,
> and excellent trainer... and an entertaining person as well.  Bill is not shy
> about speaking his mind - which I admire (most of the time...) and you are
> very fortunate to have him.

Agreed on all accounts! 

A main subtopic of the training was promotion of iris 
and how it relates to judging. A lot of folks disagreed 
with a lot of what he said, but it was sure (or is that 
shure?) thought-provoking.

> I also hear that he is giving up giving judges training!  If this is so (say
> it ain't so), it's a great loss to AIS

He made no mention of quitting, so I hope you're wrong.

Gerry, back in cool Los Angeles

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