matthew lesko,the question mark man

United States
June 30, 2007 8:17pm CST
i'm sure some of you,particularily in america,have seen this guy on tv.he is the one with the compendium books on government grants for sale,that wears a suit of question marks. granted most of the information he has is free to anyone who'd look,but he has done all the work searching it out and putting it in one place. have any of you ordered his books? was it worth the price? i had considered doing it myself,simply because i do not have the time to do my own research.
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@freak369 (5120)
• United States
1 Jul 07
If you want to check out the book you don't have to pay for it. Check your local library, most of them have at least one copy of his book. If they don't check to see if they do inter-library loans. If they do, they can order it from a near by library and you can pick it up at your local branch.
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• United States
1 Jul 07
that's a good idea-thank you :) i hadn't thought of that..i'll have to check on that and see if they have it.
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