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Topic: Why you should learn from a pro
Message: Posted by: magiGlen (Sep 9, 2006 10:05PM)
I see it all the time on here "always learn from a pro" and I can guess that a lot of the people that hear that just brush it off. Maybe this video will make you think twice hehe http://www.filecabi.net/video/blowfacefire3.html
Message: Posted by: Todd Robbins (Sep 10, 2006 08:57AM)
That is such a sad video. If he was lucky, there will only be minor permanent scarring of the face. Famous last words..."Hey, watch this!"
Message: Posted by: Sylver Fyre (Sep 10, 2006 01:48PM)
I hate watching these but it is important to post them to make a point. Thanks Glen for sharing.
Message: Posted by: Roslyn (Sep 11, 2006 01:53PM)
Gees!

That's nasty.

I think that link should be added to the sticky thread on this board for any newbies to watch.

Ros
Message: Posted by: Daniel Santos (Sep 11, 2006 07:58PM)
Agreed. It emphasizes an often overlooked point...let's just hope he learned his lesson that time.
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Sep 11, 2006 09:24PM)
Interesting tape. If he'd had a good teacher, he'd know what to do, now that he blew it. Oh well.
Message: Posted by: Kondini (Sep 12, 2006 11:09AM)
Question >>>>> Does being a Pro make you a good teacher ?
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Sep 12, 2006 12:35PM)
Not at all. It's like having been at university for years, and not being able to tie your shoes. No relationship.
Message: Posted by: Kondini (Sep 12, 2006 03:54PM)
I agree with you on that.
So how can a novice sort out the chaff from the wheat,,,,we can, but we have done the rounds and know what to look for.

Maybe a register of some sort?