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Tom G

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Hey all, not sure how many are from New England, but on Jan 14 at 3PM, Kainoa will be lecturing in Ludlow, MA.  If you are interested and want more details, either PM or post something. 
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Claudio

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I am not a serious coin guy, but from what I can see on YouTube, Kainoa has serious chops.
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Tom G

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Yes, I spent the afternoon with him...serious chops and smooth as glass.  Even though I am familiar with his work, seeing it live under your nose is ten times as impressive. 
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StevePR104

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Plus, he's a wickedly funny person as well.  
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Tom G

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If anyone from the forum shows up, let me know as I'll be there.
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kozmo

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I just want to point out that theres a Kainoa Lecture on the Reel Magic Site and he also does a column in Reel Magic Magazine. Blatant plug I know but I know a few of you are watching Reel Magic so I just wanted to point this out
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Paul Hallas

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Saw Kainoa lecture several years ago at Kutztown convention in PA, very skilled and entertaining. I should imagine now he's even better!
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Talk about Dr Harbottle lecturing.... my son had him as a professor at University of Delaware for a semester. He said every now and then after class Dr H would break out the coins!!
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kozmo

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Mike Powers

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I've seen Kainoa lecture a couple of times. Always great stuff. He has killer chops and very innovative ideas. His column on Reel Magic is great. Very practical stuff for people like me who don't do a load of coin work. 

I encourage everyone to give Reel Magic Magazine a try. It's only $5/month. Once you see what's available, you'll stay signed up. It's a tremendous value.

Mike
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