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Of a gal who is a pretty good heifer, Lisa, Moo-Moo Marie
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Thanks Kennon, glad to be associated with people of such fine character. There is no better way of spending your time here on earth than in the service and education of our future leaders. Networking with you will be my pleasure.
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