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May 23, 2016

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I use your method of teaching reels whenever I can, because it is amazingly simple and effective. I remember being astonished a few years into Scottish coming to one of your Balticon events and realizing that you had the entire room doing the right thing in about a minute and a half.

So yay! I am glad to see a post on it. I agree that it's unusual, but I really don't think it should be!

~Sor

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