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Jun 20, 2004

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Jerry

Sorry about my earlier post referring Randy K.'s book. Great minds think alike. Beautiful post on Papi. Thanks for sharing that.

Thoreau is more relevant today than ever.

Peter Caputa

Awesome post. I was referred here by Jerry's blog.

It is amazing what our parents do for us!

Jerry has a point over there. Sharing what is really important is something us bizness types forget to do sometime. And evident by what you are saying, we should do it more often, in our business and personal interactions.

Jack Covert

Very nicely stated. I really enjoyed it.

Tjahjokartiko Gondokusumo

FAMILY, Father And Mother, I Love You

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