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Thank You Overdue

One   long-overdue public "thank you" to Adam, and all the ACGA Board is one 
from me, Rick Baci of the "A Lot in Common" documentary.   Thank you so much 
to everyone.   A little film project turned into an international adventure, 
complete with being stranded on 9/11 with many of you, etc.   

So far our little film has aired in over 50 markets on public television and 
has been purchased by many school districts and universities; not bad, but 
always available if your PBS station is interested. An ACGA billboard/ad appears 
after each showing!   Anyone who has been acquainted with Adam online knows 
that without him, this listserve would not be the constant, vibrant and diverse 
place that it is. Forgive the ignorant grad student, she knows not yet of 
where she speaks.   Plus "Please" and "Thank You" are just like your mother told 
you, the magic words, and should be included in every correspondence.   It 
worked for me.   Thanks Adam, thanks ACGA.   Rick Bacigalupi   

P.S.   Any correspondence from a New Yorker with the letters of F**K blocked 
OUT should be consdered EXCEEDINGLY polite!!!    :)       www.ALotinCommon.com 

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