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DustinS

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Aug 11, 2007
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Hah! Seems like a cool show. I found the clip called "Feature Entrepreneur" quite funny though. Its a little kid saying how he wants to make millions basically and then the dad is telling him that in order to do that he has to go to college and work hard :p
 

MrDoctor

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Aug 13, 2007
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I like that show.

I viewed an episode which was based upon a 16 year old kid whom has turned a 16k gift into 1 million dollars plus by trading.
 
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piranha526

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Aug 20, 2007
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I like that show.

I viewed an episode which was based upon a 16 year old kid whom has turned a 16k gift into 1 million dollars plus by trading.


If you are talking about Tim, I have started to get to know him slightly through e-mail. He sent me a copy of his book a few months back (should be released in stores next month) - interesting read. Not on the top of my list of best reads but interesting.
 

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