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Subject:Re: Plural of "mouse" From:Mitch Berg <mberg -at- IS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Apr 1997 10:15:00 -0500
No, it was Jinx, chasing Pixie and Dixie. Tom didn't speak, remember?
Trust me, I see enough "Cartoon Network" in my house.
Ach, but we need a techwhirler angle to this thread. Ummm...
I think Tom and Jerry were great examples of minimalist communication.
They've inspired me greatly in my career as a techwhirly, and I think
they can do the same for you.
Try it out.
Don Smith wrote:
> It was Tom, of "Tom and Jerry" (the mouse) fame.
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> Subject: Re: Re: Plural of "mouse"
> Author: Debbie Molinaro <debbiem -at- UCS -dot- NET> at INTERNET
> Date: 4/15/97 9:33 PM