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DHatch, speaking about my Foolish Retirement Plan Primer available for reading at , said:

<<This is neither to say that I believe that it contains everthing one should know, nor that I have to completely and blindly accept everything in it. I may well believe personally that perhaps too much emphasis is placed upon insuring too many items, but I can understand the reasoning and still appreciate very much the work as an integrated whole.>>

Now wouldn't life be boring if we didn't have something to debate? Life would be so dull otherwise.

Again, I appreciate the positive comments. I'm sure, though, others are going to believe you're on my payroll or that you're really me posting under a new alias.

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