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Old 09-28-2010, 12:23 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Congrats Lenny great story and hopefully it will turn into something more for you.
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Lenny~Gorgeous pen!!! I must read the book
Yes you should read this book! It should be required reading for all American Students as well. A great translation of our humble beginnings as a nation.
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And you should follow it up with Robert Kagan's Dangerous Nation.
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Congratulations Lenny !! You were bestowed with an honor and you earned it!
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I don't know how this thread slipped past me.. Awesome job Lenny! That is a great story and a beautiful pen.
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