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    damn right you should go guy. with the progress it sounds you've made on your own, what 6 weeks of intensive work can do would be huge...
    working every day to get out of my chair.

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    I think thats what I'lll do in the summer of 09 then. I also saw there is one in Boston? Is this project walk as well or somthing else? I live in PA so boston would be alot closer.
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    it was a pdub, but now journey forward. pdub wanted to keep itself as a small teaching facility and saw that as their best interest, but a couple of the trainers saw expension and wanted to reach more people. some of the pwalk staff, similar techniques...
    working every day to get out of my chair.

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