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Re: Lu is famous

> Diann Barbee Thoma wrote:
> >
> > I hear folks mention a "robin" frequently.  Would someone please tell me
> > what that is?  ...and which robin(s) you're talking about?


Bob explained what robins are, this article really was more in general about
robins and how people who share an interest meet. When I started out, we
were on Prodigy, then moved to GEnie, and then on to CompuServe. I often
laugh cuz we were doing emails, and bulletin boards long before the internet
turned into what it is today (which kinda shows my age, ugh!) Our group has
been together since the early (early) 90's. It's kinda neat.

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

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