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RayFloro
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« on: June 01, 2006, 03:08:32 PM »

Greetings All,

I just came back from a great visit to LA teaching FFS.

One of the highlights of my visit was to finally meet Crafty Dog........

Even before I did any "formal" training in Filipino Martial Arts....I've been learning from Dog Brothers video tapes.......and still continue to do so even now.

So to me, it was like meeting a legend in FMA......

I really did not know what to expect.  But what I found is a guy who was open, generous......and a great strategist.

We were so like minded that we spent 2 days sharing and training.

And, like all experts in their field......I left with ideas and concepts that would further improve my game.

I just want to thank you Crafty for his friendship, and to Marc Scott who painstakingly arranged everything.

I was also fortunate enough to meet other fellow "Doggers" - Mike, Greg, Sung.............GREAT PEOPLE!!!!

Raymond Floro
www.florofighting.com
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Crafty_Dog
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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2006, 05:56:48 PM »

Woof Ray:

I just noticed this thread-- I was teaching in Mexico when you posted and missed it until just now.

Tail wags for the kind words about my humble offerings to our training together.  I too had a great time and will be doing my best to apply the things you shared with me-- exellent stuff.  I heard strong praise from my students who attended your seminar at the Inosanto Academy-- which I would have attended as well but for my seminar in Mexico City (30 prison guards-- what fun Cool  )

I look forward to our paths continuing to cross.

The Adventure continues!
Crafty Dog

PS:  Likewise my thanks to MS for putting us together.
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