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I thought I was reasonably well informed..... sadly not. Great story. Just show that we should rely on the data rather than assumption, intuition, personal habits or fashion as a jumping off point when planning
a LOT of change for this agency. team in disarray running around not knowing what to do. This industry has a short memory, Tom and Lee much ?
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