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October 01, 2013

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JISimpson

I always look forward to the MARTA Book Club meeting minutes for this very reason:

You managed to incorporate Aretha Franklin, a rhythmically challenged dance team, boorish behavior, and the Code of Hammurabi in one post. Hilariously impressive!

Respectfully submitted,
Jim S.

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