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Here I am, there I go

Post by Revjoel » Fri, 01 Aug 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
>Anyhow, I hope everyone's having a pleasant summer and a not-too-boring

skating off-season.  I myself have been wearing out my 1997 Worlds tapes
lately.  :)

1997??? Some of us have been going WAY back farther than that...;-)

Joelle

"I feel 100% confident that I can overcome this disease and be
back on the ice within a few months" - Scott Hamilton

 
 
 

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Post by RNarci » Fri, 01 Aug 1997 04:00:00

Hey r.s.s.i.f....

I've been away from here for too long!  I spent several weeks away from
home at training for my new consulting job, and after being back for a few
days, I've been sent to an out of town project for my first assignment!

Anyhow, I hope everyone's having a pleasant summer and a not-too-boring
skating off-season.  I myself have been wearing out my 1997 Worlds tapes
lately.  :)

Hopefully I will get the chance to visit the ng during weekends when I'm
home, or find a way to access the ng from work.  I should be back online
regularly by the time the fall season starts up (my fingers are
crossed)...  Take it easy.

Ron

ps. Have their been any ASP uprisings lately?  (I hope I didn't just open
a can of worms. :)  )


 
 
 

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Post by Chuck Newm » Fri, 01 Aug 1997 04:00:00

: Hopefully I will get the chance to visit the ng during weekends when I'm
: home, or find a way to access the ng from work.  I should be back online
: regularly by the time the fall season starts up (my fingers are
: crossed)...  Take it easy.

   If you employer permits WWW access, you can access the group via DejaNews,
they carry EVERY newsgroup on the planet. Just go to "Search Filter", and enter
"rec.sport.skating.ice.figure", in the "Groups:" line, and you will have access
to EVERY article ever posted on r.s.s.i.f, since March 19, 1995(when DejaNews
went into business).

 
 
 

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Post by Kandy » Fri, 01 Aug 1997 04:00:00

<<<HTML>>Anyhow, I hope everyone's having a pleasant <<summer and a
not-too-boring
<<skating off-season.  I myself have been wearing out my <<1997 Worlds
tapes
<<lately.  :)
<
<1997??? Some of us have been going WAY back farther <than that...;-)

I just recently looked back at the 94 tapes.   I rewatched the 94 U.S.
Figure Skating Championship and was surprised to find Michelle Kwan's
performances in it.   I can see why I'd forgotten about them; the whole 94
U.S. competition, for that matter, because I was taping the competition
with an antenna broadcast, not cable, and the reception was SO horrible
every skaters appeared ghost-like.   No wonder I'd have forgotten about
that.   But back to what I wanted to say.   I kinda of miss MK's arm
flailing performances.   I really like her present artistic development
but I would  like to see more freedom in her arm movements.   She moves
her arms now in a Nancy Kerrigan way (but better, less stiff).  I can
understand that her concern with arm movements has to do with the
integrity of the program's content.   But when I saw her 94 short and long
programs I can see that she could express the music with more freedom in
the arms, as she can be capable of now, with her added maturity and
understanding of choreography.   Of course she cannot move her arms like
Oksana Baiul; not many people can.   Michelle has a different style, and I
just want to see her expand out more in terms of arm movements.

Kandy  

 
 
 

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Post by Louis Epste » Tue, 05 Aug 1997 04:00:00

:
: : Hopefully I will get the chance to visit the ng during weekends when I'm
: : home, or find a way to access the ng from work.  I should be back online
: : regularly by the time the fall season starts up (my fingers are
: : crossed)...  Take it easy.
:
:    If you employer permits WWW access, you can access the group via DejaNews,
: they carry EVERY newsgroup on the planet. Just go to "Search Filter", and enter
: "rec.sport.skating.ice.figure", in the "Groups:" line, and you will have access
: to EVERY article ever posted on r.s.s.i.f, since March 19, 1995(when DejaNews
: went into business).

They have gaps now and then.