Every day for more than thirty years I passed by your office on my way home to say, “Goodbye, Göksin.” Your office was the heart of SIPA. We spent three-quarters of our time there. For me it was the center of the world! With its three telephones and ten televisions set permanently to the news, its never-ending hustle and bustle, I felt like I had a front-row seat at the world's stage.
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