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October 11, 2006

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Mike Sigers

Hey David,

I've seen it time and time again. One post from a memeber of the team that's being trashed will cause almost every person in the thread to change their tune to a positive one.

Why do you think this happens ? What turns an angry mob to evangelists that quickly ?

Henry Posner

I'm flattered to be included and complimented you thought this worthwhile. Thank you.

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