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Re: new kid on the block

In a message dated 12/31/1999 12:26:23 AM Central Standard Time, 
ranbl@netsync.net writes:

<< ,-and suddenly get's a
 stricken look on it's face--loses it's grip, so to speak, a pummits to the
 ground **
 THUD!! Is that something you really want to be a part of.  Remember to, you
 could be leaving some little babies motherless!  I say, let em eat
 Cak--lancifolia! >>

Hmmm...I think I prefer them falling off of the leaves and going thud. 
Instead of hearing them fizzle and melt in a bucket of bleach-less work too!

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