Re: black box=death?

Subject: Re: black box=death?
From: Kathryn Poe <ksmp -at- CYBERRAMP -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1998 11:17:25 -0600

I have a call in to a friend who would know for sure but I do know that white is the offical color of mourning
in Japan not black.

-Kathryn Poe
Ursa Monir Svcs "When can no longer bear your documents."
ksmp -at- cyberramp -dot- net

Holly Turner wrote:

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> I have heard that a black box means death in certain countries. Does anyone know which countries?
> I am specifically worried about the effect in Japan. Does anyone know if a black box means death in Japan?
> Thanks,
> Holly Turner
> Technical Writer
> Internet Security Systems
> Atlanta, GA
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