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Live Arne Christensen chat Saturday, May 30th at 1 PM PST

May 30, 2009 at 11:32 AM--


On Saturday, May 30th at 1 PM PST, our friends over at 49ersparadise.com will host a live moderated chat with author Arne Christensen. Arne has recently completed "The Walsh Years," a very comprehensive look at Bill Walsh's tenure with the 49ers.

That chat will be held at http://www.49ersparadise.com/liveevents/achristensen.shtml



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