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    Current Issue

    What is the current issue of your Magazine? I'm a subscriber and I'm not sure if I recieved it yet. Thanks

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    Our current issue is Mar/April 2003 with Master Tu on the cover. If you would like to pm me your name and address, I can search our database to see which issue was supposed to be your first.

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    When did the latest issue come out cos i havent recieved mine yet either and im only about 2 issues into my subscription. I know it takes a while to reach me as im in the UK but was just wondering

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    I just got my issue today...... Its been out on the stands for like 2 weeks. I don't understand sometimes I get it before it reaches the stands and most of the time after. Why?

    Do you send them out before the news stands or at the same time?

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    we send them before newstands, but post office is so slow. For some reason...just this issue...no body has recieved.

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    Mag distribution

    It's pretty weird actually - subscribers usually get about a week jump on our distributors but it is not always so. U.S. mag distribution is a monsterous machine, as you might imagine, and often it can beat out our government postal service. Once the mag appeared in a HI newsstand at the same time as we got our advances. I have no idea how that could have happened. So will we really try to get it out to the subscribers early, we aren't always successful. Subscribers to get the benefit of almost $9 off newsstand price and the occasional special treat we send in the subscriber envelopes.
    Gene Ching
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    Re: Mag distribution

    Originally posted by GeneChing
    ...and the occasional special treat we send in the subscriber envelopes.
    Like M_ArtsMargie phone number?
    I have a signature.

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    For a good time call -

    Margie - 1-800-824-2433
    Live and intimate.
    Ask for her catalog.
    Gene Ching
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    But I got the catalog. Twice.
    I have a signature.

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    Don't bogart that catalog!

    Pass the extra catalog on to a friend!

    As for Margie, well, a gave you her humber, what more can I do? The rest is up to you, buddy.
    Gene Ching
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    None of my friends like martial arts though. Honestly.
    I have a signature.

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    No martial arts friends?

    That's why you're on the forum so much, eh? Well, time to start teaching your friends and build out client base. Nothing would make Margie happier...
    Gene Ching
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    Tried Gene, really, I have. The only things my friends said when they saw Wing Tsun was "Dude, that'd look great to techno music."





    Seriously.
    I have a signature.

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    Wing Tsun to techno?

    No offense, philbert, but you gotta get some new friends. Wing Tsun would be much cooler to jungle.
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    Well depending on your definitions.....Jungle is a type of techno.


    Other sub genres are House (and all its sub genres), Trance, Breakbeat, Drum and Bass, etc.

    Then there is the crowd that says it is all electronica, then techno is a sub genre with house and trance, etc.
    Anyhow, back to the Wing Tsun as a dance, as someone who "clubs" a bit too much and dances in those cocamamy circles, I have to say, there can be an element of Wing tsun to the dancing. Especially those noodle dancin' ravers.
    practice wu de


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