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>Join me by sending a similar letter to POSTMASTER -at- IN -dot- THE -dot- FORMER -dot- USSR -dot- UA
Many years ago, long before the Soviet Union collapsed, someone sent out an
April Fools Day message purporting to be from someone in the Kremlin. I
don't remember the address, which was in the bang-bang style of the day, but
I remember it had a segment like ...moscvax!kremvax!ivanov.
Apparently it's pretty easy to send messages with phony addresses. ...RM