John Gamblin <>
Wed, 14 Mar 2001 19:51:13 -0800 (PST)
My most sincere and utmost apologies to you Philip A.
Veerman for the non-intentional mispell.
I don't know what the l came over me, of course you
have only one l in your christian name, please forgive
To answer your query:
Re: Yes the brilliant data in your book and Yes also
on the BA archive list re: RL's.
Wota re sauce eh?
Where the blue meets the beak it's more of a turquoise
John A. Gamblin
I wonder if the bat numbers boom relates to times
ahead for Oz? slinks away head down. Seriously what is
causing the numbers boom? food oversupply?
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