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Subject:Re: The Virus Alert From:David Elrick <David -dot- Elrick -at- PS -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Mon, 9 Dec 1996 14:20:00 PST
The penpal 'virus' is a hoax.
It is a word-for-word (except for the name, naturally) duplicate - even
down to the number of exclamation marks in each sentence - of the Good
Times hoax virus which flashed around the world at least three times to
my certain knowledge.