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Mac User Stereotypes Redefined

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Milton, MA
United States
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Smiles go a long way, but I love paying for a coffee or soda for someone I don't know behind me in line. Gives them a smile and me too.
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To make me smile.


Townsend, MA
United States
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I'm a pro bono Webmaster, List Mom & Facebook Admin for numerous non-profit groups.
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I applaud the No Evil Project for being a brilliant, inclusive, positive venture – much needed in our troubled world.


Holden, MA
United States
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Three years ago, I met a second year student from North High School at a Sister-to-Sister Conference. I was listening to a group of girls describe issues that they were struggling with. Afterwards, a 15 year old girl approached me to state that she was having a difficult time in her math class and was concerned about passing the mathematics portion of the MCAS that following spring. It was a serendipitous moment. I saw a spark in this young woman and knew she would be successful. We met weekly for 7 months, and she not only passed the MCAS, but got As and Bs in her math class. I continue to meet monthly with this remarkable young woman, who has faced many personal hardships. Being her mentor has enriched my life in many ways.


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