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Do you think you're a speed reader? Well, David Green of NPR's "Speed Reading This" can read 69 words in 10 seconds. The speed reading is being used to raise awareness for "First Book," a non-profit that provides books for needy kids. "First Book" COO Chandler Arnold joined RTM to discuss the organization.

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