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Date:11/23/2014 2:08:15 AM
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PeekaBoo??? How Would You Like To Learn Some
Marshal Arts? It is the Korean form of what is known as "ARNIS" which utilitzes sticks & poles, etc. The specialized group who are learning this are called The Side Steppin' Swabbies. It may sound demeaning but is anything but... These pirates will perform the art of "ARNIS" which is a Korean marshal arts self-defense using sticks, poles, etc. Except in this case, it will be MOPS. Somewhat Jackie Chan-ish they will perform in synchronized timing, flipping their mops around and even passing them to one another on either side of the formation. They will be in their best pirate attire and wearing their pirate boots, also. With each pounding of the mop handle onto the pavement, they will be stomping a booted foot to increase the loudness of the beat. It will be fun. It will be entertaining. And the pirates will also be able to hand out beads & treats from their pouches that pirates usually keep their gold in! There are also pirate parrots who will walk along the sides of the Side Steppin' Swabbies who are there for catching any wayward mops (which is rarely) and to hand out treats to the audience. Sometimes they will pull their fake pistols to make the audience member take the pirate's OWN booty! Those pretty stringed beads that humans like so much, so do we birds! So, all it takes is telling me where you'd like to be because it will be Mom's magic fingers doing the rest. No one has to do anything but give her permission to use you in the presentation. What say you, good pirate? Will you take up this challenge?

I will look forward to seeing your answer today, hopefully! Thanky, SamIAm
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