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September 17, 2008


Yep- would love to see the material you use in your class. I am a an arm- chair theologian who just loves the music. My whole family would really love engaging some of the things you have put together.

Hi Tim,

You don't know me, but I just wanted to say that I am definitely interested in an online version of this course! I didn't know how much I loved U2 until I'd already graduated, otherwise I would have taken the class two years ago. It sounds fantastic.

And thanks for putting up these summaries!

-Sara Schrieber

even though I have all the rapidly scribbled down notes from class...an online version would be neat, too.

I've spent a lot of money in iTunes recently getting what music I don't already have. it's pretty fun.
thanks for giving me (and us) an addiction, as its turning out to be just that.


See this:


I barely got thru teaching adjunct JCC last week w/o a Bono reference

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