Santa Monica College table tennis classes
- Santa Monica, the home of
Santa Monica Colleges'
Mr. Shear (spelling?) has a laugh out loud
over-the-top show on Sundays from 10 to 11 a.m. on FM
SMC will have three table tennis classes on different
day for the Fall 2005 semester. There is a beginning
class on Fridays, 8:00 a.m.; and an intermediate
class on Sundays, 1:00-4 p.m.; and an intermediate
class on Mondays, 6:45-9:50 p.m.
N.B.: Certain people with big titles, who have not
kept up with the times have a stranglehold over the
program here. Because they are connected with
opinion monopolizer on a national scale, I can't give
out too much information or this informational missive
will be censored. This arch pro-sponge coterie--Did I
get my hyphens right here?--is intolerant when it
comes to expressing opinions about the distasteful
nature of the modern game. Do not wield a Hardbat; do
not even think about playing with wood! Go with the
The Sunday class runs concurrently with the open-play
Sunday program. Consequently, the free-wheeling
hardbater will have no misunderstandings talking
openly about the Hardbat Renaissance on this day, for
the gym is supervised by a disinterested monitor.
He's a person who doesn't have an agenda. A congenial
official who is Hardbat friendly.
If any Hardbatter wants to have any kind of chance
playing in the Friday and Monday classes, we admonish
you, the reader, to play with at least a 1 mm flat-
sponged bat*. Do not say anything disparraging about
the horrors of regluing, eventhough it will be
officially banned Sept. 2007.
Have a terrific, healthy, and
Call 310 967 5844 if you want to play the Classic
game, take lessons, etc....
*Did you know that adjective + participle + noun, per
THE HANDBOOD OF GOOD ENGLISH GRAMMAR requires a
hyphen. The reader is "discommoded" if it is left out.
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