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Subject:Re: Tricks From HOW TO KEEP YOUR VW ALIVE From:Bill Jenkins <bjenkins -at- IADFW -dot- NET> Date:Sun, 18 Aug 1996 23:15:11 -0500
This is a little tardy, but I just realized I sent it to Mr. Plamondon
instead of to the list.
> Robert Plamondon was recently heard to say:
> > Muir's HOW TO KEEP YOUR VW ALIVE was supremely clever in a number of ways.
> Anyone seen the documentation for Meccano's Erector sets? Very
> technical, very clear and concise, absolutely language-free.
Bill Jenkins bjenkins -at- iadfw -dot- net
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