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Martha Dammer

I like it, good advice. Criticism is hard to take. So instead of criticism think of it as advice. Sounds good. Thank you!

Paul Hunt

What a joke! I've worked for people who go to church on Sunday and commit tax evasion,mail fraud, theft ect Monday through Saturday. If one buys into the argument here, you know what you get-Donald Trump! He doesn't produce anything, takes credit for other's work and makes pisspoor decisions which when they go belly up it's always someone else's fault!

Steven Stinson

Wow! Paul, sounds like you have a serious case of NTS. Difference is ok.

Kathy

I think to an extent this is good general advice.
Not sure why DT was brought into the conversation: obsessions!

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