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[Hey, good to have you all back. We thought that since hits were staying the same that we'd embarrassed you all into keeping quiet. But, no. This week it appears that the letter-writing nuts have come back. We have more hits and, more importantly, some class letters. God bless you all]

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An email conversation - with pics!

Pedants of the world unite
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Best of the Rest: more than you could shake a stick at
Memory, Carla, Swedish whores and mould

Flame of the Week: true delusion
We give Oftel and BT an easy time. Eh? What?

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