The weather.

Nigel Rantor wiggly at
Thu Nov 17 17:23:15 GMT 2005

Harry wrote:
> Cold, but if I don't say so myself, rather refreshing.
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Testing your company's email disclaimer attachment system are we sir?

I'm sure there is something I could say here to ensure that a flamewar 
doesn't get started but I'm not at all sure what it might be.

Perhaps you're just fishing for your moderation bit to be flipped by Mr 

It is also possible that you're referencing a highly amusing situation 
that I do not have the context to understand.

Either way, thanks for your thoughts on the weather. You owe me some 
money for the bandwidth I used downloading the disclaimer though.


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