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Chris Glenn and I worked together at radio station WNEW in New York before going to CBS. I knew him, liked him, admired his sonorous voice

and style. Also admired, the promo folks at CBS, who managed to con AP with a little sleight of pen.

CLASS ACTS br> Re: Jeffrey Lord's The Ex-Ambassador From Jurassic Park : /p> Microsoft Office 2010 is so great.

To Jeffrey Lord's list of men of physical courage who nevertheless failed to understand the nature of the enemy might be added the British

Statesman Lord Halifax, who, though his reputation as an appeaser is exaggerated by some,Office 2010 is my favorite.

 certainly failed to understand Hitler and tried to

negotiate up to the last possible minute.

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Winston Churchill emphasizes his bravery, after

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Colebatch /p> p> Magnificent article. I'm a class of '58 guy, so did my government service in the US Marine Corps. (Fighter/attack pilot in

the old Pappy Boyington Black Sheep Squadron, VMA-214.) My wife and I now live in SW France much of each year and find there very pro-

American points of view which do not seem to penetrate Paris, the Upper Westside of NYC, nor most of California. As the leading Grande Dame

of our village once said to me, "Kenneth, you must understand, Paris is not part of France. It is, in fact, the capitulation capital of all Outlook 2010 is powerful.

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from the capital feel Paris is not part of their country, I suspect many Americans feel academia is not a part of America either. br> -- Ken

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We all owe our deepest thanks to the Mehans, to my own parents (six children) and all the others who are helping us fill this great big empty

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p>That, Mr. Mehan, is the best way to protect our environment. br> -- Paul Kotik br> Plantation, Florida /p>

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