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Digital camera toting Tim Richardson managed to catch roving reporter Pete Sherriff as he paid a flying visit to our office last Friday. And his snap will answer many questions about the mystery reporter who has broken so many Intel stories and grievously harmed so many AMD stories over the last two months. Pictured here is Sherriff left, and in between him and his paramour Daisy, an offending article. © Tim Richardson 1999 Drink is not allowed in this office, and so Sherriff has been slung out on his ear. ®

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