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  • I. P. Frehley "Nightoddity" - Simply awesome...I actually haven't read this book. I just think it's simply awesome that someone chose to write an expose about the telecom industry! Seriously, I mean it costs mere pennies to transmit a message from Earth to Mars, yet AT&T (for example) charges $.20 to send a text message on Earth!

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