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Which one?


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Julie Bove wrote:

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>>Just wanted to thank you for such an interesting thread-i have really
>>enjoyed it~

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> Which one?
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All of them.

For the last 10 - 15 years i have enjoyed this and other "usenet" groups.

In that time my ability to manipulate the "Net" has resulted in "Groups"
i own and manage as well as a wider subscription to various other
'special interest' groups.

Some bicyclists in Japan seem very fond of me, or at lest my unmoderated
comments on the net

But as far as this particular group RFC goes....im just not cooking a
lot any more...when i first loged on here i hosted 'candle lit dinners'
Holiday feasts and the occasional buffet. Nowadays, what with me back
injury 5 - 6 years ago and the recent decline of the ER i have to admit
my interest in the net much less this group has waned.

And of course, that is not even mentioning the 'coarseness' of the
unmoderated net.

I have more pressing matters to think about than ...food. rec. or
otherwise.

I find my self living on sandwiches and the occasional salad i force
myself to eat, thanks to the ER's nagging

So rather than continuing to bore you all with my mediocrity, of the
lumpen prole sort i will say adieu, au revoir and perhaps even in the
local vernacular .... however hypocritically... "see you later"?
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On Jul 10, 8:44*am, (Mary~~ Smokey) wrote:
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You're welcome.
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M. JL Esq. wrote:
> Julie Bove wrote:
>
>> "Mary~~ Smokey" > wrote in message
>> ...
>>
>>> Just wanted to thank you for such an interesting thread-i have really
>>> enjoyed it~

>>
>>
>> Which one?
>>

>
> All of them.
>
> For the last 10 - 15 years i have enjoyed this and other "usenet" groups.
>
> In that time my ability to manipulate the "Net" has resulted in "Groups"
> i own and manage as well as a wider subscription to various other
> 'special interest' groups.
>
> Some bicyclists in Japan seem very fond of me, or at lest my unmoderated
> comments on the net
>
> But as far as this particular group RFC goes....im just not cooking a
> lot any more...when i first loged on here i hosted 'candle lit dinners'
> Holiday feasts and the occasional buffet. Nowadays, what with me back
> injury 5 - 6 years ago and the recent decline of the ER i have to admit
> my interest in the net much less this group has waned.
>
> And of course, that is not even mentioning the 'coarseness' of the
> unmoderated net.
>
> I have more pressing matters to think about than ...food. rec. or
> otherwise.
>
> I find my self living on sandwiches and the occasional salad i force
> myself to eat, thanks to the ER's nagging
>
> So rather than continuing to bore you all with my mediocrity, of the
> lumpen prole sort i will say adieu, au revoir and perhaps even in the
> local vernacular .... however hypocritically... "see you later"?
> --
> JL
>

What?! Don't go!

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