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Message no. 1
From: Nightfox <DJWA@******.UCC.NAU.EDU>
Subject: Finally
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1993 17:23:21 -0700
Well the load has gone down and I can now post a little more to shadow
talk. First of all

There is a small Misconception that I would like to rectify about
Circuit breaker. CB is actaully QUITE capable outside the matrix, atleasty in
combat and breaking into places. Though she may not seem like it, our little
Southrn lass is familiar with non-matrix side of running - over five years of
running will do that for you.

Message no. 2
From: G'Koth of the Narn Empire <esj@***.UUG.ARIZONA.EDU>
Subject: Finally
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 1995 14:50:10 -0700
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Message no. 3
From: The Fount of Evil <phinar@**.CENCOM.NET>
Subject: Re: Finally
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 1995 04:01:49 -0500
Hate to say it, but AOL can't send binaries over the net either -- unless something
changed over the last couple weeks. It couldn't when I was there... as all those who
received a UUEncoded copy of NAGM can attest to...

Message no. 4
From: Freddy Frypp <JAMES-CUENO@*********.EDU>
Subject: Re: Finally
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 1995 12:31:19 -0600
> Okay, I found a way to get Edge Runners out to you guys. I'll be giving
> my disc to the Great Cornholio (aka Nethicus) and he will be sending it
> out to all those who wrote me and wanted one. This also means getting a
> RTF copy for you JD. This means that it should be widely available
> around the Net in a couple of weeks.

Can whoever's doing that make a post about where it'll be?


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