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    Oh oh! What's this ?
    I can't imagine that's comes from Randal :-(

    Josť.



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    >>>>> "NYIMI" == NYIMI Jose (BMB) <net> writes:
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    NYIMI> Oh oh! What's this ?
    NYIMI> I can't imagine that's comes from Randal :-(

    Why not? It's saying what I feel about that. I'm using "silly"
    rather casually here. Maybe that's not coming through very well in
    email. Imagine me saying it while I'm chuckling light-heartedly.

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    Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
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    > NYIMI> Oh oh! What's this ?
    > NYIMI> I can't imagine that's comes from Randal :-(
    >
    > Why not? It's saying what I feel about that. I'm using "silly"
    > rather casually here. Maybe that's not coming through very well in
    > email. Imagine me saying it while I'm chuckling light-heartedly.[/ref]

    or maybe followed by "Trix are for kids" ? :)
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