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July 13, 2009

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Jaspar

In part, this reminds me of some seminars I took in graduate school at UCLA ... for a Master's in history.

I am very impressed.

The "who dunnit" mystery aspect is interesting, too.

No wonder you are becoming ... OBSESSED!

:)

Greta Koehl

Excellent and very helpful notes. I still wish I could have been at the Jamboree, though.

The Family Curator

Thank you for the notes, Kiril. I couldn't attend these sessions, so it's helpful to read a recap.

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