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May 07, 2010


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Joseph Hogan Wilks

I am trying to get my grandfather to go back to school to get his diploma. He dropped out of school in the third grade, so he could be a mason in America. Now he is retired and bored out of his mind. I suggested that he go back to school and maybe get a nice relaxing job to get him out of the house. I have sent him information from one of those accredited online high schools. I figured it is a good start for him. I wish my grandfather the best of luck. He is currently looking into the programs from http://www.libertyonlineacademy.com

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