[Tango-L] Breaking the 'paso basico.'

Mario sopelote at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 14 12:56:22 EST 2008

And don't underestimate the consumer. If somebody has nothing to sell, he's
  not going to last very long in any business, including Tango.  - Keith, HK
  Well, if Tango class consumers are anything like Second Language class consumers,
   if somebody has nothing to sell, they can still do damn well, indeed!
     High Schools all over the USA are making a good living teaching second language        >classes in which the students graduate from without being able to understand a single   >sentence in the target language.  This is continued in College and 'adult' schools.  >These classes are set up for the well being, comfort and gain of the schools and teachers >first, the students come in a distant third. 
  > The ex-student is then sooo damaged that they still go to foreign countries and pay BIG
  >bucks to get more language appreciation dealt to them in English...... duh
     I don't find it hard to believe that the same scam goes on with Tango dance classes.

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