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Re: Happy New Year!

In a message dated 01/01/2004 12:04:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:

> The current geopolitical climate doesn't look too good for Peace and 
> Contentment, but there are a few promising signs for a little 
> Prosperity, at least here on the Suncoast. So may you, one and all, 
> share this prosperity in the coming year.

Even if the world situation isn't what we would wish - is it ever? - may we 
each have at least a degree of peace, contentment and prosperity in our
own lifes.  Happy New Year to all of you. Auralie

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