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Re: Happy 4th

It's kind of like the bumblebee, Narda.  Scientifically speaking, it can't
fly.  But it does anyhow.  When's the last time you saw one hitching a ride?

I don't know if you guys read that absolutely stellar bio of John Adams by
McCullough, but I was blown away by the astounding intellect of our founding
fathers.  And even more, how they got it together with no phones, slow mail
and even slower ships.

It reminds that both Adams and Jefferson died on July 4th.  So very
different, but both indispensable.
Giants walked the earth in those formative days.

Ann James
Conroe, Texas

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