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May 14, 2009

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Pom Pom

Fascinating. Thank you. I am an eighth grade language arts teacher, always looking for ways to invite students into real world thinking. You've inspired me. You've given me a new interest. Your tribute is lovely and kind . . . and inviting.

j

That's so sad to hear. He certainly represented a change of paradigm in multiple arenas.

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