Contacting Me

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2 thoughts on “Contacting Me

  1. Bill,
    I hope all is well. I paid a short visit to SGM “Paul”, and he said that you had left the “pit”. Wherever you are, I hope all is well. I just finished reading Brute. The prose is a little choppy for my tastes, but it was a great book about a great man. Thanks. As pay-back, allow me to recommend Theodore and Woodrow by Judge Napolitano.
    Steve

    • Steve,

      Great to hear from you, I will be in your neck of the woods (relatively) in Lancaster NH in June.

      Keep SAFE in NY.

      BIll

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