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    Jake

    The Amazon widgets you use for the books only seem to work in Internet Explorer. Firefox in Windows, Linux and Macintosh all show periods with no indication of a book. Otherwise this looks like a great starting point. I'm hoping to have my Private check ride in the next few weeks, and am thinking of going for Ground Instructor ratings before moving on to Instrument and Commercial, and eventually CFI.

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