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Subject:Re: Enjoy. Not tech writing. From:SuePStewrt -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Wed, 30 Nov 1994 05:22:22 -0500
The word from Dallas: Not only is the Neiman-Marcus Cookie Myth not true,
it's not the least bit current. I first heard it when I was a very small
child--well, here goes--about 40 years ago. It was an old story, even then.
Probably pre-dates WWII. Let it die. R.I.P.