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Message no. 1
From: "E.S. Brunsell" <ericb@***.WISC.EDU>
Subject: ???
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1993 12:21:58 CDT
>>>>>[Hey ladies and guys, I'm just in from da Windy City and lookin' to
Whats with all de Spider drek? I scragged a Cockroach once -NOT FUN! Any up
for a night at Dante's?]<<<<<
Message no. 2
From: Can I play with madness <MKNABUSCH@******.BITNET>
Subject: ???
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 1994 14:22:12 -0500
*****Encrypt Harlequin*****
>>>>>[Boss, what are we supposed to do with all of these
damned toasters?]<<<<<
-Cyberpunk <14:20:41/01-25-55>

*****Encrypt Teams*****
>>>>>[What ever you want to do with 'em. I don't
want, need, or desire them. You can dump them into
the Sound for all I care. Prepare all teams to meet
at Sewards.]<<<<<
-Harlequin <*mumble grumble* toasters>

*****Encrypt We R off 2 c the Wizard*****
>>>>>[Care to spend another night in town? I know
a great place to make the meet with this corper.
I can rent out the bar/resturaunt for the night or
for a few hours. I plan on having all of the members
of Tyr show up there for back up. That should give us
breathing room for a little while. Oh, and I am/have
forbid Masque on the BBS since TtT went on his rampage.
I have no idea what would happen if he got near Masque.
-Harlequin <She deals the cards as a meditation-Solit.>
Message no. 3
From: Mike Goldberg <michael.goldberg@*******.COM>
Subject: ???
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 1997 14:34:52 MST
***** Private: Lynch
+++++ relay via tacstation "Wolf Den"
>>>>>[ Odd. Either I found something I shouldn't have or Midnight
had to scramble one of his messages to avoid suspicion. Should I
contact Geiger to try to have his deckers decrpyt it, or should we
ignore it?

At any rate, we possibly have another player involved at the camp.
We should plan accordingly. ]<<<<<
-- Shadowfox <21:34:12/09-DEC-58>


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