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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: some stuff
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1993 16:11:17 -0600
I have set up automatic batches to post some additional things on a
regular basis.

One time per week, the list of all the IDs will be sent.
One time per week, the list of all received items will be posted
(this one contains each title in their proper category).

Just so you know.

____ Robert A. Hayden <=> hayden@*******
\ /__ -=-=-=-=- <=> -=-=-=-=-
\/ / Finger for Geek Code Info <=> Veteran of the Bermuda Triangle
\/ Finger for PGP 2.3a Public Key <=> Expeditionary Force -- 1993-1951
(GEEK CODE 1.0.1) GAT d- -p+(---) c++(++++) l++ u++ e+/* m++(*)@ s-/++
n-(---) h+(*) f+ g+ w++ t++ r++ y+(*)
Message no. 2
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: Some stuff
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 1994 15:18:03 -0600
This message is to serve a couple of purposes.

1) If you are leaving for the holidays, don't forget to sign off the
lists, otherwise mail will start bouncing, tempers will flare, and things
will get ugly.

2) I am leaving on Friday morning to spend vacation in Louisiana with
family. Any problems should be addressed to Doom first, and I guess the
HEARN admin second (assuming Doom leaves for vacation).

3) While I'm gone, behave :-)

____ Robert A. Hayden <=> hayden@*******
\ /__ -=-=-=-=- <=> -=-=-=-=-
\/ / Finger for Geek Code Info <=> I do not necessarily speak for the
\/ Finger for PGP Public Key <=> City of Mankato or anyone else
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P+>++ L++$ 3- E---- N+++ K+++ W M+ V-- -po+(---)>$ Y++ t+ 5+++
j R+++$ G- tv+ b+ D+ B--- e+>++(*) u** h* f r-->+++ !n y++**

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