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Re: AIS: Bulletins

Pooreplace@aol.com wrote:

> Mornin'
> I keep hearing and reading that you all are
getting your latest BULLETIN's...
>  I have gotten 3 AHS JOURNAL's since I have
gotten a single AIS Bulletin...
> Has it been that long since we've gotten one...
Typically, Oklahoma does
> tend to be the last to get the Iris BULLETIN and
among the first to get the
> JOURNAL...  However, I've about forgotten what a
BULLETIN looks like...
> Can't be that I've expired, I'm an AIS lifer.
> Kath in hot ol' OKC.... =^.^=

I received mine in NW Oklahoma on the 11th.


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