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Hi! I'm me. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy defines 'me' as "the objective case of 'I', used to refer to the speaker as the object of a verb". I am therefore stating that I am the speaker, and that I am myself. It can then be deducted that the one speaking is myself. further information about 'me' is listed below:

  1. I am a teenaged girl.
  2. I live on the planet Earth in the region 'U.S.A.'
  3. I really love reading, especially the wonderful Mr. Tolkien.
  4. I hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created awesome, and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Talents, that among these are Drawing, Writing, and pursuit of Imagination. That to secure these talents, Publishers are instituted among Men, deriving their just royalties from the consent of the authors...

Anyway, thanks for viewing my profile. If I can help you in any way, just let me know. See you later! ~Marye


Jun
8
awarded  Scholar
Jun
8
accepted Proper form for tae kwon do spinning side kicks
May
13
comment Proper form for tae kwon do spinning side kicks
I really don't know. There should be an option to choose a comment as the answer.
Apr
24
awarded  Student
Apr
24
comment Proper form for tae kwon do spinning side kicks
I've been taking TKD for about seven months as the PE class for my school. This link shows a picture of the belts we use. hadritkd.co.uk/Photos/About%20Taekwondo/…
Apr
23
comment Proper form for tae kwon do spinning side kicks
Ok, thanks, I will read the post. That is part of the problem, my instructor is Korean and speaks English badly. All he has managed to communicate is that my balance and alignment are bad and that I need to exert more force. He has not really explained how to do this. I am looking for a basic idea of the proper form and tips on learning it properly. :)
Apr
23
asked Proper form for tae kwon do spinning side kicks