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Dan Hull

Pat--Great post! I was commenting to this last night when you first posted and a pet, child or other creature somehow unplugged my computer so I lost it. Interestingly, having partially grown up in Cincinnati, where P&G is located, and where my Dad worked, I know some things about the guy who wrote the book's foreward. And I love SAABs, which may even be mentioned in the book. Not only will I post about this I think I'll get the book. Talk about an author with great credentials--the Saatchi & Saatchi chief.

Very funny but important post, Pat. More to come.

Dan

PS The woman in the picture looks very much like a paralegal with marketing duites we had years ago who got mad and quit. I am no longer allowed to hire on my own.

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