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Lee Iacocca by tucsonmike on 23 July 2007 8:34pm
 
I just finished his new book, Where Have All The Leaders Gone (Elaine is reading it now). All I can say is wow! It will change your life. I now want to contact Lee Iacocca and ask, "all right sir, this is where my skill lie, what would you like me to do, sir!"
 
Re: Lee Iacocca by Wheelrim on 24 July 2007 11:58am
 
Until just now I did not have a clue Mike who Lee Iacocca was, just had a peek on the net and seen who, andwhat he has done, shows he was born in Allentown, is that the same one as sung by Billy Joel?

 
Re: Lee Iacocca by tucsonmike on 24 July 2007 3:27pm
 
Yes, it is Wheelrim. Allentown is still like that. That part of Pennsylvania is still a depressed region.
 



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