How To Prepare for a BIG Pay-Off When You Sell Your House

Written by Neeraj Varma

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Didn't You Know

Written by Gary Revel

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I thought you knew everything Aren't you God

Copyright 2004 Gary Revel

Gary currently lives in the Los Angeles, California area and recently published 4 books of poetry and his first of three autobiographical works planned. The book, 'To Live or Maybe Not' tells a story related to his military service in the US Navy during the Vietnam War Era and his investigation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.

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