[svlug] Hmmpf. Technopeasants.
rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Mar 2 10:56:01 PST 2001
begin Anthony Chu quotation:
> Please unsubscribe aachu at home.com.
> Thanks very much.
You'll have to take it up with Jack Domo.
It all depends whether you have the five-year or the lifetime
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[Lifted from a post to dc-stuff at dis.org by djv at bedford.net . Alas,
the joke is somewhat impaired by our no longer running Majordomo,
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Rick Moen "No, you open your present...."
rick at linuxmafia.com Kaczinski Christmas.
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