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Re: Thanks for the Welcome


Thank you Kathy, eh!  
Actually, that would be Canajin, eh!

G.L. Michaelis
glmichaelis@man.net
"Perennially in Trouble" in Warren, Manitoba.  Where it is snowing like a son of gun, eh!


  
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From: 	Irisborer@aol.com
Sent: 	November 6, 1996 1:33:04 PM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	Re: Thanks for the Welcome

In a message dated 96-11-06 01:26:11 EST, you write:

>Dana,
>I am just fascinated by this whole Iris-L thing.  There were a ton of messages on my email this morning and tons more this evening.  As my kids would say "this is way cool".
>
>

G.L.:

Welcome to the Iris-L... where we may be aliens, but we speak the same
language!  

Kathy Guest, Buffalo, NY area... far from Manitoba, but I feel Canadian, eh?







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