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Donald Duck hijacked by Child Catchers

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I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Olaf Brugman is not happy with his child being on the receiving end of direct marketing:

I have spend hours over the past couple of days explaining to one of my children that he cannot expect to receive a Donald Duck clock, a PC game, a DVD/video recorder and a stack of leather-bound Donald Duck volumes for only

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