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STRAUB AND THURMAYR, UNPLUGGED

oming out of high school in 1984, I had a GPA of 3.2. Career testing resulted in the suggested occupations of forester (I do love the outdoors) or baker (far before “Celebrity Chef” was even a term). So I went with the only sensible appeared.

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