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Message no. 1
From: Brad Shantz <bshantz@****.COM>
Subject: Daisho
Date: Tue, 17 May 1994 08:00:11 PDT
***** Private To: Daisho
>>>>>[Infiltration is the name of the game. We could definitely use you as
point man. You would probably be with Aardvark on that one. I've run with
Aardvark before and trust him. I hope you will forgive me, but first time
runs with new people always make me cautious. It gets better as we go
-- Jasmine (8:00:15/5-17-55)
Message no. 2
From: Brad Shantz <bshantz@****.COM>
Subject: Daisho
Date: Tue, 17 May 1994 14:06:00 PDT
***** Private To: Daisho
>>>>>[My Johnson needs no information. In fact, he will give us more than
need. Thanks for showing interest. I'll meet you at Dante's at 6:00 tonight.
Bruno, the Troll bouncer at the "Gates of Hell" is expecting us. Say you are
with Jasmine. He'll let you in. Also, you shouldn't have any problems
finding me. I am about 5'2'' with strawberry blond hair just past my knees.
It's usually braided, but it won't be tonight. I don't feel like it. See ya
there, chummer.]<<<<<
-- Jasmine (14:05:34/5-17-55)
Message no. 3
From: Gian-Paolo Musumeci <musumeci@***.LIS.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Daisho
Date: Tue, 17 May 1994 21:20:23 -0500
*****Private to: Jasmine
>>>>>[Did you need help with a run?]<<<<<
-- Dark Angel <Fallen/Soul>
Message no. 4
From: "J. Blomberg" <d89-jbl@****.KTH.SE>
Subject: Daisho
Date: Tue, 24 May 1994 19:26:40 +0200
***** Private to: Daisho
>>>>>[My offer stands and the beginning of next week will suit me fine.
Contact me if you change your mind before then.]<<<<<
-- Spook < 10:25:20/05-24-55 >

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