On-Line Australian Museum

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Subject: On-Line Australian Museum
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2002 16:00:38 -0800 (PST)
G'day All,
I too had a quick look around the brilliantly fast
loading Australian Museum website and agree with Bob
Forsyth and Anne Green, plus now many others who are
also commenting to me about this very good website.

Very impressive indeed.

I'm wondering would the museum like some photo's that
I have taken of Pelaero and company?

A hearty and most sincere well done to all concerned.
I stand and applaud you.

John A. Gamblin potters orf loading up torpedo's for a
mother ship that doesn't know where she is? she must
be lost? Gee what a brilliant idea for training up the
ELVIS operating personell, God bless them all, hmmm
put some dye in the water tanks she fills in 27
seconds? that is truly amazing eh ... must be a
partial vacuum filling process eh? anyways dump on the
mother ship as target practice, Minke whale meat that
is then green should go down well eh? or how about
another color?

I wonder what ELVIS would cost for the day to hire?

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