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Thank you, Mr. landmark. Smile
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You may enjoy hearing the interview I did with Ken Burns that was broadcast on the radio Thursday. In it, Burns talks about his new documentary about Jackie Robinson, and Burns's approach to filmmaking. I think you'll be astounded at Burns's description of his daily work routine.

http://jackshalom.net/2016/04/02/the-mos......obinson/
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