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On Monday, April 3, 2006, doc -at- edwordsmith -dot- com wrote;
>> What I think is that this was Ned's little April Fool's prank on
>> techwr-l. My guess is that the scan is of a manual printed in the 1950s.
> No. No! No one could have guessed it. Someone must have told you! Drat drat
> drat, I must build higher walls. And I too will hire resolute spies.
Hey Ned, you should also build or hire a better clock - you posted the
original on 2 April 01:00 UCT, which is five hours after the midday
deadline where you live (or, at least, the time zone for which your
computer is set!)
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