Hi, My name is chris sells

I’m the founder and chief proprietor of sellsbrothers.com, the web site HQ for Sells Brothers, Inc. I put this web site up sometime in 1995 when I could no longer remember the complete list of links I wanted to share with my students and it just kinda got outa hand from there.

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