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March 16, 2014

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dqkelley

Whoa! The Millionaire Next Door opened my eyes, but only to the profile of the millionaire. I thought it was John Bearsford Tipston, and his valet sounded like Orson Welles. No, it turns out he or she is (was? that's 20 years ago, what I used to call a generation.) a penny-pinching, savvy, religious person.

Totally gonna buy the book or whatever you call it that you say.

Phil Cubeta

You will find your way to fortune, and then your opinions will matter.

Luke

I read The Millionaire Next Door and really enjoyed it.

Never read Your Association Shortcut. I'll have to check it out.

Have a good day.

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