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GOOD LUCK IN TUNICA - Mon Jan 06, 2003, 12:29 PM
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Just wanted to wish all PSOers all the very best of luck in Tunica. From what I've seen we've got some very fine players attending and I'm sure the School will be well represented on the podiums (or whatever!)

Lots of forum posts please to keep us non-attendees updated and Mark, could we have a recording of the seminars?! Come to think of it, how about Son-of-Convention in the UK soon!?

Have a great time everyone and don't forget, no matter what -

YOU HAVE TO LAUGH.

The Chuckle :chuckle:
 
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Re: GOOD LUCK IN TUNICA - Mon Jan 06, 2003, 12:55 PM
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Lots of forum posts please to keep us non-attendees updated and Mark, could we have a recording of the seminars?
An archived recording of the seminar would be great for both us and the school.

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Come to think of it, how about Son-of-Convention in the UK soon!?
Next summer or the summer after would be nice. Thanks
 
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Mon Jan 06, 2003, 05:33 PM
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There is a lot going on right now, as you will find out tomorrow sometime. We have a very big release on the software coming out that has taken up a lot of everyones time over the past several weeks.

Regarding the updates from Tunica, you can be sure that there will be plenty. Rick posted earlier that we can get online from our rooms now in Tunica via MSN. Last year that was NOT the case.

I know that Tina has already arranged with Lou to record the seminar.

Convention in UK? I don't know yet as I just want to put the first one behind us and have it be a complete success for everyone involved.

Mark
 

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