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Re: rossizing

Hello Dancin'
     I am curious about your signature. What kind of dancing are you
interested in ? Where do you live ? Where do you dance ? Also, what is you
first name ? Besides hostas, dancing is my life's joy. I just love it. I
live in Clawson,MI.. It is hard to find places to dance nowadays. I am into
Swing, Hustle (disco style, not line), Freestyle and line hustles,not old
Stevie Wonder,repetitive ones. Are you self taught or have you taking
    Wish there was a Dance Robin,
-----Original Message-----
From: braggs <braggs@mediaone.net>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Sunday, April 25, 1999 2:20 PM
Subject: rossizing

>Charles and all,
> Be forewarned you wanna see slow ross, some tokudamas they are already
>slow  rossing them can really put them sloooooow.
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