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Start: 7:30 pm
       Bob Zeidman Thursday, January 24, 7:30 p.m. Good Intentions   Good Intentions is about a future United States that has become the ultimate nanny state. One man, Winston Jones, is chosen by the mysterious Fairness for EveryBody Society to be the next president because he has the required makeup—ethnic, racial, religious, sexual orientation, etc.—to “fairly represent the diversity of America.” The book is his reluctant adventure to discover what America is about and how to get it back to its real values Bob Zeidman studied physics and electrical engineering at Cornell and Stanford, and filmmaking at De Anza College. He is the founder of several successful high tech Silicon Valley firms, holds numerous patents, and is considered a pioneer in the field of analyzing software source code. Bob’s secret life includes writing three award-winning novels and three award-winning screenplays. He earned a 1999 Opus Magnum Discovery Award from the Hollywood Film Festival for his novel Horror Flick, where he got to walk down the red carpet with celebrities like Jon Voight, Martin Landau, Harrison Ford, and Cameron Diaz, and he came “this close” to abandoning Silicon Valley for Hollywood.   Books will be available at Kepler's in early January.
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