[JPL] Following Ed T's lead.......
Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Mon Mar 5 11:52:45 EST 2007
Ed and Arturo,
Thanks but I've always thought I had a great "face" for radio. :)
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I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question? Who do
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generate interest in the majority population other than a jazz
Ed responded <<<<< I nominate Bobby Jackson. >>>>
Like Smokey Robinson, I second that emotion and motion.
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