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Benevolent Outcomes Tom T. Moore

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From Tom: I request MBOs so many times each day (depending on the day) that I forget to mention them all in this column. I especially like to request MBOs when I send emails to respond to inquiries about licensing titles in our film library or initiate or respond to phone calls. I know that business-related problems will not happen. This makes life much less stressful.