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November 11, 2010

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Ian Joyce

Who Moved My Cheese? Really? Please tell me it was some kind of hipster irony role play.

Nice bag. Tell Bonnie I approve of both its utility and dual message.

Murray Browne

Yes it is true. One of the goals of MARTA book club readers is self-improvement -- Who Moved My Cheese, The Bible, etc....

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