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Rob stood at the whiteboard like a professor, more enthusiastic about his assignment than Theresa would have guessed. “Okay, Theresa. You’re smart, and you have a pretty good understanding of what Jude and I do, so I’m going to move pretty fast and let you stop me if you have any questions. But you have to promise that you’ll ask if something doesn’t make sense. All right?”
Theresa nodded. “Just remember, my mind has been stuck in diapers and carpools and preschool for the past nine years. Don’t assume I know too much.”
“I think you’ll do fine. As Jude always says, what we do is extraordinarily simple.”
Theresa nodded to indicate she’d heard her husband say that many times.
Rob began. “One of the most important ...

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