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>Guy Haas[SMTP:ghaas -at- NETSCAPE -dot- COM]
>But of course,
>a C-section produces a scar shaped like a C,
>a G-man is shaped like a G,
>and an H-bomb is shaped like an H,
and the x-axis is shaped like an x.....
It is always easy to zero in on the exceptions to make a point, if that
is what you believe. To each his own. I shall prevail.
Hey, did anybody see the xfiles the other night? BWA-Ha-Ha-Ha-HA!
parksb -at- emh1 -dot- hqisec -dot- army -dot- mil