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Message no. 1
From: "David J. Altman" <khanx@******.COM>
Subject: Sprawl: Atomix Voodoo Fastfood Cafe
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1993 00:14:41 -0800
Sprawl: Atomix Voodoo Fastfood Cafe
Atomix Voodoo Fastfood Cafe is actually a prototypical fastfood stand
positioned on the corner of two medium sized thoroughfares in a very
tough part of the Sprawl. Its name derives from its two owners: a
dwarf named Atomix and a large Jamacian male named Voodoo. A few
tables are out front, and usually a few rather mean looking individuals
are always in line buying something.
Actually, the fastfood stand is a front for Atomix and Voodoo's real
business --- arms and artifacts sales. Atomix is a world class armorer
and mechanic, while Voodoo is a very adept houngan. The front works
because Voodoo is actually also a great short order cook.
The cafe has two menus, the regular and the special. If anybody orders
from the regular menu they get food. But the special menu are all just
codenames for arms or artifacts. The price is 100 times the price listed
on the special menu.
An extra Banger superSpicy Submarine sandwich (Panther Cannon) with
extra hot sauce (phosphor grenade) three crunchy meatballs (fragment
grenades) three orders of LongFries (three boxes of sniper ammo) and
two Czech coffees (two kilos of C4 explosive).

grenades) three orders special fries
A extra large spicysubmarine sandwich
Message no. 2
From: "J.D. Falk" <jdfalk@***.GWU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Sprawl: Atomix Voodoo Fastfood Cafe
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 00:46:54 -0500
I very much like the idea, but the end got cut off. Are you sure
your mailer can handle files that long?


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