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Default If wine drinkers start taking their likes and dislikes moreseriously, won't that serve to erode/redefine traditional wine traditions andvalues?

Any reaction to that?

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Any reaction to that?


Any reaction to what? (Anything you write in the Subject: line is
usually not readable, unless you use Google groups. But whoever lamer
uses that, instead of real news?)

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On Jun 6, 12:14�am, Patok wrote:
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Any reaction to that?


� � �Any reaction to what? (Anything you write in the Subject: line is
usually not readable, unless you use Google groups. But whoever lamer
uses that, instead of real news?)

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On Jun 6, 12:14?am, Patok wrote:
wrote:
Any reaction to that?


? ? ?Any reaction to what? (Anything you write in the Subject: line is
usually not readable, unless you use Google groups. But whoever lamer
uses that, instead of real news?)

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You'd be crazy to e-mail me with the crazy. But leave the div alone.


I do as do a number of folks who visit here.

Yes? And, what is that?
Anders


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On Jun 6, 12:14?am, Patok wrote:

wrote:
Any reaction to that?


? ? ?Any reaction to what? (Anything you write in the Subject: line is
usually not readable, unless you use Google groups. But whoever lamer
uses that, instead of real news?)


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You'd be crazy to e-mail me with the crazy. But leave the div alone.


I do as do a number of folks who visit here.

Yes? �And, what is that?
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