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Message no. 1
From: mneideng@**** (Mark L. Neidengard)
Subject: Re: V-12
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 1996 15:40:50 -0800
*****PRIVATE: V-12
>>>>>[_What_ a busy week. Let me tell you, when it comes to electronic
injection, I am _not_ the man. At least, not for stuff of this type =) But
don't worry, I think everything is proceeding apace. Some people were quite
impressed with this little mission, and I think everyone will get something
nice in their Christmas stocking this year as a result. As usual, I'll have
some little toys for you to play with, but we'll talk about that later. You
had a question you wanted answered, so how about I answer it and then pose you
with one in return?

I had my magical consultant take a look at the information you furnished and
do some digging through the appropriate databases. The consensus is that this
little beauty is some sort of Free Spirit. There was much rejoicing. And that
it's Toxic. And there was even more rejoicing. It's the more technical
details that are informative, and while I understand the explanation, I won't
try to reconstruct it myself. Here is the "sweet and sour" version:

+++++include assesment.doc

To summarize, it looks like your associate's fears are probably unfounded, at
least as far as the pundits, mavens, and high muckety-mucks are concerned.
Which is good news. Now, the question for you: You make mention of one of
the participants making a wet record of the experience. You're quite correct
that people are interested in this. I appreciate your willingness to make a
"distilled" version...less work for me in the Pretty Pictures(tm) department.
You can send it to me with cypher juusan as soon as you're ready.

As for the rest of the work, I'll be in touch when it's finished. Again, my
congratulations on a job well done. Now if Amazonia had only been able to make
more hay out of it...]<<<<<
-- AlexandriaN <15:19:48 / 03-15-57>


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