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Message no. 1
From: Freddy Frypp <JAMES-CUENO@*********.EDU>
Subject: 'Zappenin'?
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 15:28:52 CST
***** Private: Tunnel Rat
>>>>>[Any luck finding work, yet? I've been asking around in my
spare minutes, but I can't find any - hey, hold on.... duh, why
didn't I think of this before?!

I need somebody to fly.. uh... stuff - I'm not really sure what yet -
around. I haven't got schedules or locations or many details at all,
but here in the next few weeks I can use a good cargo plane.

I'm so stupid. Why didn't I think of you before... jeez... two birds
with one surface to air....]<<<<<
-- Freddy Frypp (15:15:15 / 11-08-55)
Frypp Security, Inc. (CFSM Uplink #5150)

>>>>>[Hey, shadowfolk, can anybody recommend a good illusionist?
Somebody who can turn...oh..... something the size of a hangar
invisible (if that's even possible)? And then quicken it? I'm
willing to pay top nuyen (or UCAS dollar, or British pound, or Tir
na' Nog punt or whatever).

Hell, I'd settle for an SEP field. I just need a hangar and the
plane inside it to disappear. And I don't mean I need somebody to
napalm it either, wiseasses.]<<<<<
-- Freddy Frypp (15:19:59 / 11-08-55)
Frypp Security, Inc. (CFSM Uplink #5150)

***** Private: Chris Tarleton
>>>>>["Running", huh?

Gee, and I thought Patricia was along....<grin>]<<<<<
-- Freddy Frypp (15:21:12 / 11-08-55)
Frypp Security, Inc. (CFSM Uplink #5150)
Message no. 2
From: Gian-Paolo Musumeci <musumeci@***.LIS.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Re: 'Zappenin'?
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 15:44:24 -0600
***** Private to: Freddy Frypp
>>>>>[Yeah. She actually was along. Running's good for you. Go run.
encourages you too. Builds up more leg strength.]<<<<<
-- Christopher Tarleton <Dark/Angel>


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