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Tom and Dave,

Of all the Motley Fool books, "Rule Breakers/Rule Makers" is my favorite. Good job gents. Tom, I especially enjoyed the charts (beginning I believe on page 174) that showed charts that very much did resemble someone giving the finger to the rest of us. Due to advancing age and a loss of short term memory, I forget what you called your particular brand of "technical analysis", but it was a scream.

Dave, I know you're hot on AMZH, but I bought my copy at Border's. Figure if I'm going to own a piece of the company, it's in my best interest to add to BGP's revenue stream from time time to time. BTW, both at the local B&N and Border's, the Fool books are on lower shelves rather than at eye level. Gotta do something about that, guys.

My only criticism of the book, actually, is the title. I think "Rule Waivers, Rule Wavers" would have been better, but then I think an elementary Fool accounting book should be called "No Accounting For The Wise, Basic Accounting For Fools" or "Up Your Assets" (even better).

P.S. When's the Fool IPO?
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