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>>It is always easy to zero in on the exceptions to make a point, if that
>>is what you believe. To each his own. I shall prevail.
>>Yeah? You and what Army? (-:
LOL! (Actually, the Army prefers E-mail. They are sorely misguided.)
>>>Hey, did anybody see the xfiles the other night? BWA-Ha-Ha-Ha-HA!
>>Good point. See the Fox website: http://www.thex-files.com/
Actually, I did look at the Fox site before making that comment to make
sure that the cap-hyphen was there in X-Files! Woulda been a weak joke,
>(and note that they say "E-mail" (cap E, hyphen). Thanks, Bev.
>Oh, yeah. Now THERE'S an authority. How much farther can you reach? 8-)
P.S. I know this topic is probably stretching Eric's patience, so I'm
not going to post much on it after this, unless I have something new to
contribute. I'll be happy to answer mail privately, though.