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I really enjoyed your presentation at my school. PS: I am gonig to bake a batch of soda bread. thanx for everything
I really liked your show today. It was very fascinating. I especially like the part where you showed us the morse code on your fathers face. It was really cool how you made it into a song. I went across the bridge where you have to pay a penny when I went to Dublin,Ireland. It is a very beautiful place.
thanks for coming to the ellis school today. i am a third Grader there and I really enjoyed it.thanks again.
I like you and your brother's music. It made me feel good that you could come to our school. I really like all your art pieces and the guy who was a genius was really smart. I think that you should come to our school more often and I like how you did your father's face in red because that can be a man's favorite color. I'm glad that you could come. 11-4-03.
My teacher signed her name on your project.
I was at the Miami Civic Center when you did your presentation. I thought it was really great and I would like to recieve more information on the CD-ROM that you will be selling in the near future!!!
Your show was great. I can't wait to see the project all done. You are the cooliest person ever. I loved the moterciycle part. You are really good at that. I loved your dads face. It was cool. I also liked the part where you took a piece of your heart out. You are also very funny. And I like that too.
youre show at Santa Clarita Elementary School was Awesome Thanks for the soda bread recipe
Dude, when you came to American falls was great. I loved the music! Probally cuz, I'm Irish also!!!! Please come again?!?!
I really liked your assembly at my school (kitayama).
p.s. can you put my name on The Singiture Project owais sarfaraz
I like the performance you did at centennial school olympia washington, have you ever thought to get in to the guiness book of world records for the biggest work of art made out of signatures?