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Subject: This Week's Fool Radio Millennium Special Date: 12/14/1999 1:20 PM
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Hey all,

As the 20th century winds down and as we head into the new millennium, we thought it only appropriate to make this week's show our Motley Fool Radio Millennium Special.

With that in mind, we'd love for you to share your thoughts on the following questions. And if you're interested in sharing those thoughts on-air with Tom and David on this week's Fool Radio, please email me at macg@fool.com with a daytime phone number.

We may not be able to respond individually to all of the email so thanks in advance for all of your participation.

So here are the questions:

1. Which public figure of this Millennium has had the most influence on you? (Ex. If you're a cotton farmer, it may be Eli Whitney).

2. What do you regard as the most significant innovation of the Millenium?
(Ex. the pocket fisherman)

3. What public company will most likely be around in
the year 3000? (if you had to buy a stock and put it in a 1000 yr. time capsule, what would it be?)

Thanks again for participating and please let me know if you're interested in sharing your thoughts with our Fool Radio audience.

Mac Greer
Macg@fool.com
Motley Fool Radio Show

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