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September 28, 2013

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Garvey Dixon

Hi Barry
The "Sweeping Zen" in this post links to a Youtube video of The Staple Singers, is that correct or should it link to a different web page?


Kind regards,

Garvey

Barry Briggs

Thanks, Garvey. I fixed the link. (The Staple Singers video is pretty cool, eh?)

Garvey Dixon

Yes cool video. Also to say it was nice to see Hye Tong Sunim last month, while he was in the Western Cape, South Africa.

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