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Bloodcurdling statistics. Thanks for passing them on. You might
consider correcting the note (which I presume you didn't write) accompanying
the fwd, if you send it off again. "Spaketh" should be "spake" (while
we're being literate), and of course the "ly" on "thusly" is redundant.