millsberry gazzette question?

my millsberry gazzette is still on the thangsgiving news.anyone have the same problem. ritcher 35 id appreciate if u would help and answer my question that i asked on the last one

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I am Richter, but Miti is my friend and she's absolutely right about the things she suggested. If you can tell me what browser you are using I can make some more specific suggestions.

    Although being honest you didn't miss much - the article is just basically filler about karate to inspire people to play the game again.

    Have you done your karate today? (ROFL)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No. Maybe your computer has a bug or something. To see if your computer has a virus, press control. Hold it down while you also hold down Alt, and delete. Here's the millsberry gazzette.

    VISITING BLACK BELT ENLIGHTENS DOJO STUDENTS

    Thursday, November 30, 2006 — Students at the dojo got a special surprise last week when black belt Lydia Salzarias stopped in for an impromptu visit. Most taken aback was Hidaka Sensei, who was not expecting to see her best friend. The two exchanged a long hug and immediately started catching up, Siobhan having momentarily forgotten her students.

    "Let me introduce my dear friend Lydia," Siobhan said finally. "We trained for our black belts together, but instead of starting her own dojo like I did, she has been showing off her skills on the competitive circuit!" Murmurs of excitement ran through the crowd, who had all stopped their training and gathered round.

    "I decided to stop in for a few hours on the way to my next match. I'd love to talk to your students about being a black belt,"' offered Lydia with a wink. "Maybe I can help them out with these difficult tasks you've given them."

    And with that, the questions began. Siobhan beamed as her friend imparted her wisdom. Later she remarked, "I didn't mind at all that Lydia interrupted my class. I'm glad that despite the very disciplined and structured schedule a martial arts master must lead, she is still so spontaneous and fun!"

    Students had a range of questions. Kendra Yip of Metro Park piped up, "My next task is to photograph Sylvie. How would you overcome a task like that?"

    "Ah," replied Lydia with a smile. "A task like that requires a lot of patience. If I were you, I would look for Sylvie often because she is so rarely out. Spend more time at Sylvane Lake with your camera and you'll surely spot her. Remember, patience is more powerful than you might think. I understand you also have a task in which you must retrieve items from Peabody Pond. Again, this is a situation where you must be patient and keep trying."

    Dex Schofield of Lakeview wondered, "Did you ever practice when you were tired?"

    Lydia took a moment before answering. "Well, that is something I learned not to do. I was only able to make progress and advance when I was in all-around good health—eating well, sharpening my mind, and doing my part in the community. I worked out three times a day and made each time count because my body was strong and able to work hard. Your body must be in overall balance in order for you to succeed."

    She added one final bit of wisdom before she excused herself to see the latest exhibits in the Millsberry Museum. "Keep in mind that as you advance from belt to belt, your training will become more rigorous. You will have to practice more, and you must show Hidaka Sensei that your reflexes are improving and you are becoming quicker and more accurate. Don't get frustrated or discouraged if you feel stuck. There is a solution. Be resourceful — there may be items in the stores that will aid you with your tasks. Stay healthy and you will ultimately reach the master level. And of course, visit the dojo and talk to Hidaka Sensei if you have further questions."

    Students were visibly energized about continuing their training and Siobhan expects an influx of new students over the weekend. Keep Lydia's great advice in mind the next time you head to the dojo, and good luck on the quest for your next belt!

  • Hey! They are right there is nothing good on the news lately. Try refreshing the page or doing what Mite says. K? I will e-mail you the article. It is about a returning black belt who came to visit the sensei. ~~Hannah~~

    Nevermind, you don't allow e-mail. Here is the text version of the article! This offers some very good advice!

    VISITING BLACK BELT ENLIGHTENS DOJO STUDENTS

    Thursday, November 30, 2006 — Students at the dojo got a special surprise last week when black belt Lydia Salzarias stopped in for an impromptu visit. Most taken aback was Hidaka Sensei, who was not expecting to see her best friend. The two exchanged a long hug and immediately started catching up, Siobhan having momentarily forgotten her students.

    "Let me introduce my dear friend Lydia," Siobhan said finally. "We trained for our black belts together, but instead of starting her own dojo like I did, she has been showing off her skills on the competitive circuit!" Murmurs of excitement ran through the crowd, who had all stopped their training and gathered round.

    "I decided to stop in for a few hours on the way to my next match. I'd love to talk to your students about being a black belt,"' offered Lydia with a wink. "Maybe I can help them out with these difficult tasks you've given them."

    And with that, the questions began. Siobhan beamed as her friend imparted her wisdom. Later she remarked, "I didn't mind at all that Lydia interrupted my class. I'm glad that despite the very disciplined and structured schedule a martial arts master must lead, she is still so spontaneous and fun!"

    Students had a range of questions. Kendra Yip of Metro Park piped up, "My next task is to photograph Sylvie. How would you overcome a task like that?"

    "Ah," replied Lydia with a smile. "A task like that requires a lot of patience. If I were you, I would look for Sylvie often because she is so rarely out. Spend more time at Sylvane Lake with your camera and you'll surely spot her. Remember, patience is more powerful than you might think. I understand you also have a task in which you must retrieve items from Peabody Pond. Again, this is a situation where you must be patient and keep trying."

    Dex Schofield of Lakeview wondered, "Did you ever practice when you were tired?"

    Lydia took a moment before answering. "Well, that is something I learned not to do. I was only able to make progress and advance when I was in all-around good health—eating well, sharpening my mind, and doing my part in the community. I worked out three times a day and made each time count because my body was strong and able to work hard. Your body must be in overall balance in order for you to succeed."

    She added one final bit of wisdom before she excused herself to see the latest exhibits in the Millsberry Museum. "Keep in mind that as you advance from belt to belt, your training will become more rigorous. You will have to practice more, and you must show Hidaka Sensei that your reflexes are improving and you are becoming quicker and more accurate. Don't get frustrated or discouraged if you feel stuck. There is a solution. Be resourceful — there may be items in the stores that will aid you with your tasks. Stay healthy and you will ultimately reach the master level. And of course, visit the dojo and talk to Hidaka Sensei if you have further questions."

    Students were visibly energized about continuing their training and Siobhan expects an influx of new students over the weekend. Keep Lydia's great advice in mind the next time you head to the dojo, and good luck on the quest for your next belt!

  • 1 decade ago

    I cannot answer for Richter, but I would clear my cache and cookies and try viewing it again. Sometimes your browser will cache pages and be very stubborn about letting go of them :)

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