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I just wanted to say hello, I've been reading your works for a long time. I've been busy working on Common Sense Firefighting on this site so I haven;t had a time to look around until now. Take care and happy hoiliday to your and yours
Good to see you on a fine list of commrades. Hope all is well and keep up the good work. I will always remember the few hours at OSU with you. Take care and be safe.
Tim Frankenberg, OSU '99
I can only deliver the knowledge, I cannot deliver the audience. However the situation you describe is far more common than you would ever imagine. By the way, the breakfast was really good.
Thanks for coming up to Poughkeepsie, NY! I had a chance to sit in on your lecture at Vassar College. You brought up some interesting points. I do however, wish that certain individuals or entities of our department were in the room. Sorry I missed breakfast...I was working at another station that morning.
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