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Subject:Re: WINDOWS "95 VIDEO TRAINING From:Cathy Quinones <quinones -at- MINDSPRING -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 23 Sep 1995 03:29:48 GMT
Totally unrelated.... at the bookstore the other day, they had a display of
Windows '95 books near the front door (you know, those books with the
feel-good titles such as "Windows for cretins"). Above the
display were these blue bags sort of gravitating or leaning, actually, with
the Windows logo printed on the side. I looked at them and finally told my
SO (a bigtime OS/2 freak, btw), "look honey, bags of hot air!!" which he
thought was very funny.