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11/21/2011

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Nice work on this everyone. We live downwind of that potential coal plant, so we truly appreciate all of the hard work fighting it! Keep it up!

Janisa,Thank you for your comment. If I can ever be of help with your patoogrhphy needs let me know.In the serious business world a guy named Jay Abraham, author of The Sticking Point Solution shares multiple ways of getting unstuck. It will probably change your life if you take time to really absorb it. In the early-middle 1990 s Jay Abraham contacted me about bartering my art for some of his training materials. The generous, numerous, multiple events recordings and information he gave me for one work of my Chesapeake Bay Fine Art had originally sold for, I believe, over $120,000 for the attendees of his famous seminars. Repackaged it was much less but since then he smartly raised his prices. If I can be of further help let me know.Jeffrey

jd.,i cannot laotce your e-mail address. i would be happy to discuss your question in that forum. if you would really be interested in the thoughts behind my sense of the whole bwa thing, send me an e-mail .by the way, glad you have been nominated for a vp spot at the convention. i saw your interview over at another blog and as i suspected found you engaging and well spoken.blessings.

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