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--- jgarison -at- ide -dot- com wrote:
> It says in he ad "for Envision's software products"
> so I would look for some
> company named Envision.
> Maybe this is their way of finding out who can a)
> read the ad, b) actually
> think about it, and c) use their noggin to figure
> out what to do about it.
> My 2¢,
Marsha G. Kamish and Gabriel
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