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December 17, 2007

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Patrick S. O'Donnell

Travis,

It was very kind of you to make these available to others.

Truth in disclosure: My best friend and wife of close to 30 years, Diane, reminded me that I have, on occasion, relied on the fact that she has a credit card.

And I feel a bit remiss for not commenting on this and other blogs of late in light of your generous remarks, as I've been devoting more time to projects that don't require me to be at the computer (I like to write everything in pencil first), but I do try to read the blog posts now and again.

I wish your blog continued success...and happy holidays to everyone.

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