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Re: Interesting statistics

NardaA@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 12/30/99 8:12:23 AM Eastern Standard Time, eoneill@ibm.net
> writes:
> << Now, Diane, as a fellow Phoenix expatriot, you know that liking hostas does
>  not exempt one from lying, stupidity, or just plain bull-headedness and bad
>  judgement!
>  Gerry >>
> Gerry, that was very well put.  Is anyone still hooked up the Phoenix Robin,
> what are they talking about.  Bet they all get along and everything is just
> hunky dory now that all the malcontents have been kicked off or have asked to
> be removed.
> Curiosity killed the cat they say.
> Narda

I was wondering the same thing. Seeing as I had a request to put the
addy's of the listserves and some websites in my next newsletter, I
somehow -  ;) ;) - failed to mention the Phoenix robin.  Is anyone still
on it?

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