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Message no. 1
From: "Paolo Falco, Explorer" <Falco@****.IT>
Subject: Private threads (was: Re: npc's)
Date: Sat, 14 Dec 1996 17:30:19 +0000
14 Dec 96, 12:17, on the downward time curve to Armageddon, Gurth

> Paolo Falco, Explorer said on 0:17/14 Dec 96...
> > AHEMMM!!! :)
> > Do we really need this? I mean, the list is silent, but this can
> > only be qualified as spam! :)
> I guess it can, yes... NERPS isn't really for rules questions or
> GMing advice, it's a list where source material for SR gets written.
> This is not to suggest that you're not welcome or anything (quite
> the contrary), but anyone wanting to discuss the rules etc. should
> probably do so on ShadowRN -- subscribe to it in the same way you
> subscribed to NERPS, but substiture "ShadowRN" for "NERPS".

They're perfectly welcome to discuss whatever they want inherently to
Shadowrun IMHO, even on NERPS. After all, we all ahve gone a lot off
topic sometimes.

But when I wrote my reply, they were talking about friends in
germany! :) IMHO that qualifies perfectly as a private mailing
thread! I was just suggesting that I actually don't care very much
about who has friends in germany and who hasn't. Especially at 00.00
Zulu Time when I am waiting for the last VGA planets turn, which
makes me rather nervous and may account for my rudeness :) :) :) :) :)

Paolo Falco | "And they'll never know the gold, or the copper
(Explorer) | in your hair" (S.Vega:"The world before Columbus")
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