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Re: “Dance Off

How do you know that the people talking here don´t know Glenn as well as you? How can you say none of them know him at all? How do you know they haven´t been to his classes? Talk about gossiping like children. You are an idiot.

Posted by wyltkdroid on 08/02/2010 at 9:49 AM

Re: “Dance Off

Cute words, Clyde. Are you a professor or something? Do you even know about the "opinion that you are defending?" In the past, Braunstein has taught people that the way to "compete" on a crowded dance floor is to elbow the "common people " out of the way or lash out with a heel. This guy has created a fantasy world where he is the king of cool and everyone else in the dance community is second class. I was there when as he collected those dusty trophies. If it wasn´t for a certain Callifornian who came to the area continuously to sponsor those competitions, Braunstein would have won very few of them, if any. Braunstien routinely went to California to stay at the judge´s residence. It was a travisty. A travisty all in the name of making Glenn the king of Cool. I can´t say in a public forum what he really is king of. Just because dance is dying for him doesn´t mean squat. I am amazed it has taken this long for him to run out of people to push around and beat down.

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Posted by wyltkdroid on 07/30/2010 at 8:37 AM

Re: “Dance Off

Shame on you, Inlander, for publishing an article based on the attitudes at Spokane Dance Company. And shame on you for using words like “kingdom” and “prominent” in the same sentence with Glenn Braunstein.

I have watched Braunstein and his antics for many years. His most “prominent” accomplishment has been to create a truly negative feeling in the local dance environment. And I do mean negative. It’s honestly surprising no one has been seriously maimed.

Seattle’s Rick Pride is right. The dance scene here would be more profitable for the studios and more fun for everyone if some people would put aside their grade school attitude and be professional.

If you want to interview a true professional dance instructor, go down to Simply Dance and interview Mariana Seney or to Dance Tales in CDA and interview Sheryl Benz. These are truly optimistic minded, classy, and professional instructors.

Get out of the ghetto, Inlander. If you are going to write, do some research first.

Yeah, let’s reinvent dance in Spokane, Glenn. Let’s really reinvent it. Grow up.

Posted by wyltkdroid on 07/29/2010 at 5:21 PM

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