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Johnnie Moore

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I’ve met Matt Weinstein several times at Improv conferences and always found him hilarious engaging and unrelentlingly enthusiastic about life.

So what happens when someone this positive is cheated of his entire life savings by Bernie Madoff?

I’ll let Matt speak for himself.

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