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Message no. 1
From: Freddy Frypp <JAMES-CUENO@*********.EDU>
Subject: TR's -260
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 09:21:21 CST
***** Private: Tunnel Rat
>>>>>[Is it safe to assume you've got a full crew for your '260? How
about mods? Is it just a stock, no-frills model? If it is, are you
game for some modifications?

I'll call Kabuki Man later and ask if he can use a plane that
-- Freddy Frypp (09:00:12 / 10-24-55)

>>>>>[Ya know somebody loves you when she can kiss you and you've got
two-day old puke breath.]<<<<<
-- Freddy Frypp (09:01:00 / 10-24-55)

>>>>>[Another pointless point:

I've forgotten my feelings for Seattle.

There's just nowhere like Seattle. The Space Needle, the
Arcology, coffee stqands everywhere, non-stop rain, go-gangs, tribals,
the Arcology, the Azzie Pyramid, the Home of the Night of Rage....

God, I loathe this town.

Course, I'll be the first to admit that San Fran's not exactly a
garden spot, either...]<<<<<
-- Freddy Frypp (09:05:55 / 10-24-55)

***** Not to: Spark
>>>>>[I wonder if we should tell Spark we got him thoroughly hammered
for no reason, now?

And two-thumbs up for the Dante-Wrecking Crew. Damn impressive.
Call me the next time you're in SF so I can buy you all a lot of
-- Freddy Frypp (09:07:00 / 10-24-55)
Message no. 2
Subject: Re: TR's -260
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 10:33:13 -0500
>>>>>[Hey *cough* Freddy. I'll look you up. But then again,
if we all so up in San Fran. it might be a good idea to pack.
That town would never be the same. *Grin* Anyone see 'Punk?]<<<<<
-David 'Drake' Etherial <10:43:22/10-24-55>
Message no. 3
From: Gian-Paolo Musumeci <musumeci@***.LIS.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Re: TR's -260
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 10:09:35 -0500
*****Private to: Freddy Frypp
>>>>>[Yes, that's true.

I do hope you like the house, though.]<<<<<
-- Christopher Tarleton <Dark/Angel>


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