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Great editorial, Mr. Hopkins. The commercial . . .

Great editorial, Mr. Hopkins. The commercial you reference is also my favorite. I stop whatever I am doing to watch it whenever it comes on.  In a culture that does not adequately venerate our older citizens, it is great to see.  Likewise your editorial is thoughtful and was enjoyed.
 
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