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  1. Norman Hanscombe

    Best wishes for all concerned, Jill. Coming back to your site was like the first time I used the underground train to Bondi Junction after many years’ absence. I knew I was there, but when I came out at street level, I recognised nothing. It was interesting to find you looking at two subjects I’d not have expected when I first stumbled on your site — politics and innate male/female brain differences in response to stock life change situations. Keep it up. There’s also a wealth of potential material clearly more readily available to you now in terms of factors which may make candidates ideal in Presidential primaries, but don’t always translate into strong pluses in the final contest.

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