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COMP: Yikes!

Okay, as far as I know, I have "word wrap" on in my e-mail program. 
So, I don't know why the type is going wayyy off the screen in the archives.
Secondly, I don't know how on earth my whole e-mail was posted as an entire link . . .
maybe because I posted the link to Mike's G's Blue Chip Pink photo first, and then typed
my message.  I dunno, but I hope I'm not the only one that noticed it. 
Did anyone else notice this "phenomenon?"
Here's the link, again.  The last one took you right back to the May 2005 archives. You want
to go to the September 2001 archives to see Mike's post of Blue Chip Pink.  If this link doesn't
work, then at least you'll know where to find the photo!

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