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I agree, He is a good man and he came to visit me at home a couple of times.
Williams also had a fishing lure division and their lures were plated with genuine silver or gold. D1ck knew I loved to fish so once in a while he’d bring me a lure or two and their fishing catalog. He’d get me discounted lures when I wanted them.
I was just a lowly tech starting out back then and I was nothing to him, but he treated everyone like gold.
 
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Tayeb, we were both posting at the same time in the same regard :)
 
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I took a one day course with him in MA that Williams put on, a hands on course for about 10 people.

The one I took he even gave us a folder of building schematics, using Willceram and Shottlander and Davis Doric porcelain. I think he called it Light Dancing. I still have that folder somewhere.
 
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The one I took he even gave us a folder of building schematics, using Willceram and Shottlander and Davis Doric porcelain. I think he called it Light Dancing. I still have that folder somewhere.
Exactly, I took the same one. I remember him showing slides of his hike up Mount Fugi or something?
 
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He was looking for wooblers :)
 
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I don’t remember how the Mount Fugi hike tied into the course but I remember that you got a walking stick at the bottom and as you reached different levels on the mountain a monk would carve a notch into your stick. Or something like that.
 
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I don’t remember how the Mount Fugi hike tied into the course but I remember that you got a walking stick at the bottom and as you reached different levels on the mountain a monk would carve a notch into your stick. Or something like that.

You got the advanced, philosophy included course, he hadn't developed that one yet in the course I took.
According to my rep, Wayne Ledford, it was Lee's first course he gave, so it sounded like he tweaked it over time.
 
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Remember the Williams Renaissance crown?
 
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My younger brother climbed mount Kilimanjaro In Tanzania a couple years ago and they have some sort of ceremony
 
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