Not sure about the eligibility rules for Academy Awards, but do you think I’ve got a shot?
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Without question. Thoreau nails it again; his credo: multum in parvo (i.e., less is more or much in little).
Love this! (And absolutely loved the Talent Code.)
I can use your Academy Award winning short to help me
a) as a parent of three
b) as a college professor
c) as a sport psychologist
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