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Message no. 1
From: Kage-kami <KHONEY@*****.VINU.EDU>
Subject: 14 household uses for mages and shamans
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 1994 18:00:58 EST
> > 14 Household uses for Mages and Shamans
> >
> > via Kage-kami, with help from Paladin
> >
> > 1.Someone to light your cigar when you don't have a lighter or
> > 2.Have them summon you up a watcher to use as an alarm clock.
> > 3.Who needs electric or gas, when you can cook with mage
> > 4.Useful spells for keeping your house "cool in the summer &
warm in the winter"
> > 5.Levitating furniture so you can sweep under it.
> > 6.Someone to "ZAP" those monsters in your closet or under your
> > 7.Some one the decker might be able to beat in an arm wrestiling
> > 8.A fun toy on the forth of July and New Years.
> > 9.Someone to keep the spirit fleas off of the spirit totem of the
10. Someone to feed the spirit totem of the gold fish.
11.Someone to endlessly babble about the workings of magic or
about" there totem says this there totem says that."
12.Someone to keep the Troll Street sammie ammused with
"da, all dose pretty lights!"
13.A night light.
14.Another glorified version of "the Clapper"


"It would grieve me to kill you,
But you are very much in my way."
Message no. 2
From: Magister <MELLIOTT@*****.VINU.EDU>
Subject: Re: 14 household uses for mages and shamans
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 1994 22:47:10 EST
This is definitely the best one yet. I laughed myself silly. And I;m
already pretty silly. See Firepower, I can take a joke. Full marks to
Kage-kami and Paladin.
Still giggling,
The Magister

"HA-HA! He said and he laughed."

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