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From: William Li <william@***.RICE.EDU>
Subject: 10 AM business transactios
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1993 09:55:59 -0500
>>>>>[Diane: This is David Henry. Please credit SpotOn with 400K and pick
the chopper. ReRun the Helicopter Ad in the paper. Tell Morrison that if he
doesn't give me 200 on the 50 calibers, He can go screw in a lightbulb. How
are the Resumes for Azanara's position? Is that little weasel fixer you sent
me the best investment man you could find? At least Azanara's hands were clean
got to do better, Diane. You know, Diane, I was never one to wonder if a tree
made any noise when it fell in the forest and there was no one around to hear
it. Please send a memo to all employees of Zeta Enterprises to the effect that
a tree will ALWAYS make noise when it falls in the forest. I was kind of
dissappointed that we still have not found a new designer. If I can't find one
by the 15th, call up Kawashima and let him finish the job. Buy 10000 shares of
Yoshida when it hits 100, sell my EONPP bonds to that religious cult. Jesus
Lopez, Diane, Don't let me invest in power companies anymore until we _know_
that they are power companies. Increase the allowed winnings at Kyoto by 3%,
and run the "Get Lucky" spot. When is the new line of Sims coming out? Fax
Paris and tell them that the patterns are terrible and that we'll go with the
line from New Delhi. Mmmm, Injuns. Have we found a more reliable source of
fiber optics, how about in Seattle? Also, armour plates, tell New Detroit to
get stuffed, there is a great supplier in Sacremento. Also, the arena site is
a mess, hire some leathernecks to clean up the area. That's all for now, Diane.
Make sure that you get my dossiers ready for the trip to Korea next week. D.
Henry out.]<<<<<
-- D. Henry <10:00:00 8-5-54>

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