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Abdulrhman Safar

Guys, I've written this profile on my intellectual mentor: Malcolm Gladwell, but I don't know how to forward it to him. please help me!
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150198333798941

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That picture is incredible, Malcolm!

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Dear Mr. Gladwell
I was given your book "blink' as a gift by a friend I read it and i was astonished with the smooth current of words and very plain-complicated notion it introduces,I translated some parts for my mother-in-law who cannot read English and she felt almost the same I did,and she gave me the idea: why not publishing the book.therefore I went to a publisher to know how the precess is.I got that there is not any copy right regulation in my country and as I am not a professional translator they just pay me for the translation and all the incomes of publishing and republishing goes to the company,but I feel so odd doing this.I am assure it brings me fame and name although not money at the first place but without your permission it wont be of any serenity.I should say I have not any money to pay you but if you do not permit then I Wont do that...Oh forgot to say I am a 28-year-old iranian woman,have a B.A in English literature and M.A in linguistic concentrated on farsi which is my mother language.I know french as well but not very advanced...Do you let me translate the book? I am not sure how is all the financial process of this all around the world,but I dont think it is morally correct not to tell you...

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Sandra Jeffery

Dear Malcolm,

Thank you for your books. My daughter just clued me into them and I am thrilled with your research. I have written a book myself that explains why none of us can be judgemental of one another. While I thought I'd explained it all, your work expands my thinking even more as to why thinking we know ourselves is the last conceit to go. My site is www.sandrajeffery.com and it is directed towards Christians in particular who are known to be very judgemental as a whole - even when scripture tells them not to be. I'd love to exchange thoughts with you sometime.

Sincerely,
Sandra Jeffery
Salvation for the Twenty-First Century and Beyond - A reference guide on the Why's of Christian Ethics

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Holy crap!

peter

great shot in action in B&W
before the world went color according to my kids

Randall

4:05 at age 14 is no fluke my friend! Very nice.

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I like it very much ! thank you.

jef menguin

This is inspiring. They are people who will not expect that you have joined the race when your younger. Most people tend to think that those with big brains can't run.

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you would be best served by steering clear.

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Christina Benjamin

Hi Mr. Gladwell,

I'm interested in getting in contact with you for a possible TV interview. Do you have an email address I can send more information to?

Please get back to me at cbickhof@gmail.com

Andy

very inspiring stories & struggles

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The greeting card is a good idea too. Something you can do yourself.

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Mr. Gladwell what do you see as the trends for the generation born in 1995? In particuliar, what do you think these young people will likely be facing, aside from extreme higher education costs and perhaps high unemployment? Love your books.

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kellysaid

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