*Elpin Dardy*

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Subject: *Elpin Dardy*
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 19:30:59 -0800 (PST)
G'day everyone,

I know Dard is very busy with lots of fins at dis
moment, and I want to "elp" him.

What I was thinking was if I made up an email list
server for everyone on this planet, where people could
quickly send a message about an oil spill that's been
sighted, seen or they no about, over any period of
time, be it on land or water, do you think we would
get many emails? we shouldn't do should we? but then?
I fink it might "elp" dard out a bit that's all.

Could I also say to all those loverlee ladies with
those oh so soft hands and wonderful massage
techniques who helped out with some very, very good
friends of mine on Phillip Island last week, most
sincerely thank you, so very much we all say thank
you, we all love you and thank you from the bottom of
our litle hearts.

Dard is putting together new words to a Lloyd Weber
Rice old song as a way of saying thank you to all you
anonymous ladies? fancy telling the media your names
wer Marge and Tina hehehe.

Oh well better go before Dard gets back home.

Take Care, love to you all and a very happy seasons
greetings with best wishes.

We know you really love us.

Penn E.

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