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September 15, 2010

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wildelakemike

Bill, very strong comments, but important to make. Thank you!!!

SharonG

I'm a sore winner too! We should start a club!

Not

That's is the Columbia spirit! Keep swinging for the fences! You're setting a great example.

I hope my sarcasm is obvious.

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We weren't allowed to do that with nicer furniture, of course, but I think my parents figured that they weren't exactly pricey pieces to begin with... and, in a way, they looked better with the stickers :)

mens health

On the other hand the Times chart may have well been just a table. What was the use of the donuts? Your chart did a great job of actually visualizing the data and conveyed the illustrated concept much more clearly.

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