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David Baker


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Average rating: 3.92 · 11,368 ratings · 1,239 reviews · 482 distinct worksSimilar authors
NASA Space Shuttle Manual: ...

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International Space Station...

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Apollo 13 Owners' Workshop ...

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Adolf Galland: The Authoriz...

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Soyuz: Owner's Workshop Man...

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How to Play Bebop, Vol 1

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NASA Mars Rovers Manual: 19...

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The Apollo Missions: The In...

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Rocket Manual: All types an...

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“Don’t talk a lot or brag about yourself.  Don’t say anything in an attempt to make people think you are smart.  Sometimes, it is better not to talk.  We do not have to respond to everything or even give a reply to every comment.  Some of the wisest people in the world are those who have learned to remain silent.  Let your actions speak louder than your words. “A finger over your lips is better than a foot in your mouth.”  Anonymous “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.” Abraham Lincoln”
David Baker, The Three Most Important Things to Teach Our Children



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