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Subject:Re: Ph.D.'s From:Yvonne Harrison <yvonne -at- IHUG -dot- CO -dot- NZ> Date:Tue, 31 Dec 1996 13:08:20 +1200
Hi All - -
Oh dear. I was a bit naughty and flamed Steve when the poor man wasn't
actually trying to be nasty about my original posting at all - as he
said - if only Netscape included an irony detector...
So, Steve and I are okay and I thought I would post this *now* and
perhaps avoid any brewing flame war ('cause you just know how these
things get out of hand. Kind of like a small brush fire that ends up
destroying half of California the next day).