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Rick

Wait a minute, John...isn't that a photo taken in your DC store on opening day?

Love the wicker.

John Ptak

Yes, you're right Rick. That's my avatar with the huge oily combover touching books with my index finger, standing right behind the-Man-Who-Thought-that-he-was-Churchill. Actually two friends and I drank into the wee hours one night many moons ago (at Martin's in Gtown) with W. Churchill's nephew ("first off the beach at Dunkirk to report to Uncle")who looked JUST like the Old Man.

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