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Newsletter, and (!) The Herald (????)
From: Steve Marak samarak at arachne.uark.edu> on 2001.08.23 at 03:25:00(7283)|
On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, patricia frank wrote:
> All USA Members'
> In addition to receiving our current Newsletter via Bulk Mail as oppose to
> First Class, you will also be receiving THE HERALD the Publication of the
> Peace Corps Association. Our PRINTER is NOT having a good week. Tricia
Can you elaborate on what the printer did that causes us to be receiving
"The Herald"? There is a lot of curiousity about just how it happened,
and, I suppose, a desire for reassurance that we're not all going to
receive 2 years' worth of "The Herald" or something.
-- Steve Marak|
From: "patricia frank" tricia_frank at hotmail.com> on 2001.08.23 at 21:05:48(7291)|
The Printer used our mailing list instead of the Peace Corps, believe me it
will not happen again, if we continue to use this printer. He had to reprint
and resend that 47 page newsletter, at his expense. He is also not charging
us for his mistake in our postage and what ever penalty we can come up with.
I just hope everyone in our group receives our 2001 vol #2 NL. Please let us
know if you do not receive it by the end of Aug.
>From: Steve Marak |
>To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
>Subject: Newsletter, and (!) The Herald (????)
>Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 22:24:58 -0500 (CDT)
>On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, patricia frank wrote:
> > All USA Members'
> > In addition to receiving our current Newsletter via Bulk Mail as oppose
> > First Class, you will also be receiving THE HERALD the Publication of
> > Peace Corps Association. Our PRINTER is NOT having a good week. Tricia
>Can you elaborate on what the printer did that causes us to be receiving
>"The Herald"? There is a lot of curiousity about just how it happened,
>and, I suppose, a desire for reassurance that we're not all going to
>receive 2 years' worth of "The Herald" or something.
>-- Steve Marak
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From: "George R Stilwell, Jr." grsjr at juno.com> on 2001.08.24 at 03:44:07(7297)|
OK. One Herald, 0 Newsletters.
Tell the printer I failed to find one Aroid in the whole thing.
The squabble over the Nile water was interesting though.
I wonder what kind of war would break out if Ethiopia shut off the water
And the "Naturalized Italian" obelisk made centuries ago in Ethiopia,|
stolen and moved
to Italy more than 60 years ago, that is now too "delecate" to return to
owners is a piece if there ever was one. They just need Johnny Cockran
for a good
international law suit. Call it the case of the purloined petroglyph or
the case of the
I know. The press wouldn't cover the story - no sex.
We could always call it an Amorphobelisk.
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