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Re: JI Symposium - Stop burning the red-heads.

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: JI Symposium - Stop burning the red-heads.
  • From: "R. Dennis Hager" <rdhager@dmv.com>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 22:11:52 -0600 (MDT)

Ian, et al:
I have to agree that Kathy is to be congratulated and that the Symposium
was well worth the effort. 

As far as being "about 100 years younger" than she expected, I am only
flattered that she would think I were so seasoned and mature <grin>.

My only expectation of Kathy was that she conduct herself as a lady in
the face of so much stress--and she did that beautifully.

R. Dennis Hager
Feeling 100 years younger on Delmarva

> Kathy is to be congratulated on the very well organized JI symposium
> which was both enjoyable and educational but, may be a little short. 
> Another day of discussion would have been better.
> I am facinated, as I am sure Dennis Hager will be, by her remarks that
> we are "about 100 years younger than I expected". ...
> The Symposium was well worth the effort to attend.  Again,
> congratulations to Kathy and here helpers.  As to whether Kathy met with
> my expectation, that would require another long e-mail which would have
> to be prepared in cooperation with Dennis Hager!

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