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Thoughts [Sep. 1st, 2006|11:39 pm]
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So, I have two main thoughts in my mind right now. Which is good going, seeing as I normally have a hell of a lot more in my head.

1/ I'm really going to have to figure out a balance. Over the last while, with netsoc, and other personal computer-based projects, I've been spending far too much time in front of a computer, or talking to people about computer related stuff. Given that I'm going to be working for Sun Microsystems from next Monday, this isn't going to ease up... I really have to look towards a balance. I'm thinking in terms of tai chi in UCD. I'll go there when I can, hopefully aiming for both nights and see if that helps.

2/ Are there any situations where mime is acceptable? I think I should write to Mrs Mills at the Sunday times with such a question - she's sure to have the answer.

[User Picture]From: thegom
2006-09-02 01:52 am (UTC)
I'm thinking of doing tai chi in UCD this year. What days and time is it on? I don't want it to conflict with juggling ;)
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[User Picture]From: tearsofzorro
2006-09-02 08:37 pm (UTC)
Last time I checked, mondays and wednesdays 8pm-10pm in sports centre.

Thing about juggling is, they change all the time. Thing about Tai Chi is, you can still do pretty well with just 1 session a week.

Thing about it is, Monday does a lot more stuff. You do form, some conditioning, and applicationed, but you can also do some energy stuff.

Wednesdays is mainly form, applications and conditioning, but still very good.
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[User Picture]From: thisisjustmenow
2006-09-02 10:20 pm (UTC)
I'd suggest going to wednesdays if you were going to just go to one day. Much better class. We had a lot of trouble with the monday class in the last year, which lead to most of us not going to it anymore.

Tai Chi is class, you end up learning way more than you think you have, and having a great laugh into the bargain. Man I miss it! Somehow I dount they do it in Dungarvan...
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[User Picture]From: nycelle
2006-09-02 09:28 pm (UTC)
Mime is never socially acceptable, unless it takes the form of death throes as the mime is killed by another person present.

If such a mime takes place, it is perfectly acceptable for the assembled company to cheer and clap - indeed, in some circles it is rude not to do so.
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