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From: Wilbur Streett <wstreett@monmouth.com>
Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 18:32:18 -0400
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>my heart is very sad over the death of Princess Diana. i find this very
>hard to imagine thatthis wonderfull person is dead, her childern with
>have to grow-up with out her.she will be sorrowfully missed by every one
>world wide. i have watched Diana from the of her engagement to the
>prince, to now, i admired her very much. as a woman, wife, and mother
>she dealt with many things with much grace, nomatter how difficult it

Why would you think that this is appropriate or even accurate?

Why do you have sympathy for a television projected personna?

Why do you persist in posting this sympathy message to a technical list?

Why do you persist in wasting the audiences time and trying their patience?


  Putting a Human Face On Technology ;-)
Received on Monday, 1 September 1997 18:29:47 UTC

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