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you should put this site on (Batesline has a lot of readers where he writes for a paper, is on the radio, etc)

Our large newspaper printed your book like this "The No A-- Rule"
"Stanford professor has advice for tackling jerks in the workplace" (instantly giving readers the answer the the A--

David Reich

Saw this in The Times today and wondered what the "offensive" word could be. I guessed correctly.

Great title and clever of Warner to black out the word in the ad. Made it more noticeable.

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