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    Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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    Anthonysgodfather

    Are you going to share the experience of meeting/greeting your adoring fans? Your book clutched tightly in their hands, sweaty from the anticipation of meeting you both!

    Happy New Year.
    D

    Anthonysgodfather

    You were quite charming with Martha Stewart.

    Suvir Saran

    How very kind of you dear Sir.
    Thanks!
    I was hoping that i would not fail you Anthonysgodfather.
    Glad I did fine by you.

    Anthonysgodfather

    Your sarcasm is duly noted.
    David

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