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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   9/28/2013 3:01:54 PM
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@Crusty: I suspect Private ATM has never come across a character like Crusty?


Not yet -- but if you can persuade your wife that a vacation in Silicon Valley at the end of March / Beginning of April 2014 woudl be a good idea (coincidently, Design West 2014 will be held around that same time) -- then I'd be happy to introduce you -- Adam and Javi (Garcia) are going -- and Duane and Warren -- and possibly Tobia, plus a few other names you'll recognize...

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Crusty1   9/28/2013 8:28:27 AM
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@Max : I suspect Private ATM has never come across a character like Crusty?

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Max The Magnificent   9/11/2013 6:11:14 PM
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@Adam: Perhaps see you soon in book 20...


That would be cool -- it that case it would be nice to be described as outrageously handsome, incredibly sophisticated, a trend-setter, and a leader of fashion (pretty much what I put in my bio :-)


Oh what the heck -- tell Wally that if he's too busy, I'll be happy write the description of my character for him LOL

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traidman   9/11/2013 5:54:43 PM
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Max!  We are famous!  Haha, I find it ironic though that such an accomplished author as Max, with many, many successful books in print, still enjoys so immensely being included in Chapter 22 of a 19 (thus far) book series.  

But somehow -- I know exactly how he feels!  Haha!  

Indeed, while it's a surprise to learn your true identity as the CEO of BofA, I'm not surprised that they value your obviously genius level IQ and British witt!  :-D

Perhaps see you soon in book 20..

Private ATM



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