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 Would one of you like to volunteer as book discussion leader?
We could use a volunteer as the book discussion leader for "The Big Questions: Philosophy" by Simon Blackburn.

The main purpose of a book discussion leader is to keep the conversation flowing by asking questions, answering questions, replying to posts, and just being active in the book discussion.

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Post Re: Would one of you like to volunteer as book discussion leader?
Since it was my suggestion, I'll do it.



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Post Re: Would one of you like to volunteer as book discussion leader?
Dexter wrote:
Since it was my suggestion, I'll do it.

Good for you, Dexter. By the way, I never told him, but stahrwe did an excellent job as DL on the Chesterton book some were reading. That's the way I'd try to do it if I took DL on again.



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OK, thank you, Dexter. :-)

And I'll pass along your compliment to Stahrwe, DWill.



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DWill wrote:
stahrwe did an excellent job as DL on the Chesterton book


i second that :)



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