Mar

27

Larry is treated as a God in Japan. He started the whole industry of technical trading in Japan and about 1000 of his students were in attendance. He believes in conveying specific tested trades to his audience, and he has many students that he has been teaching for 20 years. One of his students handed me his card, and he was the Richard Branson of Japan owning 15 businesses including one involving the cruise ship outside our hotel . Larry concentrated on specific trades, and I concentrated on principles. We were a great tag team. But we both felt that we didn't get the universal respect we are entitled to. We decided at a great sushi dinner the nite before to rectify the situation. The only way to get universal respect in America, guaranteed fawning from the media is to come out of the closet. So we announced that we were coming out of the closet at our Sunday afternoon presentation, and we were greeted with appropriate plaudits, and Tokyo tv which followed us around and video'd the whole program was suitably appreciative. The highlite of the tirp for Larry and me aside from seeing all his fans was our trip to the Tokyo Giants suggested by Larry. I got there at 3 pm to see the 4 hour warmup. The best part was the 80 year old manager leading his team in calisthenics, all the time berating the laggards for not doing it expeditiously enuf. I used that scenario in my talk about the importance of preparation and wa. vic


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  1. anonymous2 on March 28, 2015 1:55 am

    Thank you for this belly laugher. Anon2 had a very long one after reading this and his wife joined in when it was read to her. I’m having another one now: hahaha :-)

    “The only way to get universal respect in America, guaranteed fawning from the media is to come out of the closet. So we announced that we were coming out of the closet at our Sunday afternoon presentation, and we were greeted with appropriate plaudits, and Tokyo tv which followed us around and video’d the whole program was suitably appreciative.”

  2. Amy on March 28, 2015 10:59 pm

    Ha. It reminds me of my 80+ year old landlord in Bensonhurst. He played paddle ball daily and was sharp as a tack. One day he challenged me to a game at one of the local courts. Needless to say he whipped me pretty good.

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