Here it is – the letter that begins my journey in earnest. None of it was real until I received this letter from GMU’s School of Public Policy …
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My Wunderkammer is the most precious gift I can offer you.
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Or, future PhD. I believe they call us suckers "candidates" until we get our degrees. :)
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"Do or Do not. There is no try."
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n. 1. The act or process of explaining about death 2. Something that explains about death 3. A mutual clarification of misunderstandings about death; a reconciliation.
My PhD. His CFS.
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