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December 27, 2017

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Tom Stirewalt

. I had always fantasized about a medium size RV that I could drive to the view/vista I wanted.
. Plus, I could actually go to places where the clients were. That has become less and less of a "need" as technology has progressed. We have Tele-Med, and should be thinking of Tele-Law.
. With today's technology, I may not even need to "go" anyplace, mount big enough screens on the walls, decorate them to look like windows, and put up any location you wish, and you are "there". If I want to be cold, turn down the a.c., or up the heat if you want to be tropical. Plus, wifi "anywhere". :)

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