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Old 2016-05-23, 8:23pm
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At the Melting Point in Sedona Az. May 28-29. Just a few spots left.

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Trust me on this one: if you have to hawk the family jewels to pay for the class, do it!!! John is a fantastic teacher and you will not regret taking his class.

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Old 2016-05-24, 6:28am
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I've already set aside the cash for a marble class. It's always the timing that makes it not work for me.

Blargh.

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Old 2016-05-24, 8:37am
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I have a very short list of people I want to take classes with. John is at the top of that list.
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I saw him present at the Gathering in Louisville. Even just the one hour presentation was full of incredible information. I don't make marbles, but I would take his class in an instant if the timing and place were right!
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Old 2016-05-24, 12:35pm
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Sedona and Kobuki, what a grand combination! He is at the top of my wish list!
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It was an amazing class. The tricky part of compressions is understanding the reverse positioning of all the lines and how a simple line turns into a petal. Oh, and burning 3 fingers on the first day didn't help, so no finished pieces to show
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