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Thursday, October 27, 2005

Braggidy brag brag

I would like to take a moment here;

Some of you may have heard about the blood wrestling I did last weekend; how it was unpadded, I got a goosegg on my noggin, my knees are totally purple (and this is way worse than taking Martha Graham dance classes), and I put a girl's shoulder back into the socket after she dislocated it in the fight before me. So here's a message that the lovely girl in question sent me, that makes me proud:

"...and thanks again - i think you put me back together really well the doctor at the ER was impressed that we did it ourselves!"

Sah-weet. My talents abound.


Deadpoet said...
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Deadpoet said...

So let me get this straight...You beat some girl's ass, then popped it back into place for her?

I have a kink in my neck that could use some drop-kicking!

Looks like the drive-by AD poster hit you again. What a dick!

kallisti said...

if anyone deserves to brag, it's you scamber

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Dance & Fitness Faculty member at San Francisco Peninsula Community Colleges, Director, Choreographer & Featured Dancer, Founder of the Living Dead Girlz, and Owner of the Steele Dance Company, which provides entertainment for festivals, corporate events, conventions and private events. Teaching private dance lessons and creating choreography since 1997, Steele graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Double Major in Dance and Comparative Literature and completed her Master of Fine Arts in Dance and Choreography at Mills College. She has toured all the major cities in Germany and performed at the Cannes Film Festival as the featured dancer in TRIP -- Remix Your Experience, a multimedia exhibition of film, live music and art. Steele has also performed as a featured dancer for RJ Reynolds (CAMEL) promotional events. Steele currently manages the go-go dancers of "Poor Impulse Control," who perform frequently in San Francisco's industrial, alternative, and rock venues.