Any dream will do

To: "Philip A. Veerman" <>
Subject: Any dream will do
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 20:29:56 -0700 (PDT)
"Philip A. Veerman" <> wrote:

Sorry Fact. All living things die.

Tis the way of planet ark Philip, but are you in FACT
condoning death before the due date? "Ewe Fan asia".
Or Philip, is this how you want to get this issue put
to sleep? laid to rest, so to speak? dead-ded even?
gone orf to the big mortal email coil in cyberspace?

Or do you think, that this issue will merely pass

Subjest change:

I was quite stunned yesterday .... not only for the
fine display at the MCG in the afternoon but also at
the number of very, very young souls that braved the
driving rain and cold to stand waiting for the dawn to
break, as that wretched bugler reduced me and many
others, with me at the time, to tears.

So does this mean? the world belongs to more then just
those who believe that they have superior knowledge?
or faster and bigger computers? or more sheckles in
there overseas bank accounts? stay tuned my friend for
I fear this world IS starting to change.

Perhaps Ray Baccus~berner is right?

Kindest Regards,
JAG (flicks the door sign) gone to lunch, Eggy's
shouting today ~:^D>>>>>>

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