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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!Colorado.EDU!Richard.Johnson (Richard Johnson)
Date: 07 May 94
Originally To: netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie


I'm sure you want these wonderful things back, Mr. Detweiler.  I sure
didn't order them.  Don't worry, I didn't read them.  They're still
as good as new.


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Subject: Cypher Punks Autistic Savants
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:55:15

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The message title says it all. But for more information FTP to 

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/pub/idiot/concited/fool/selfimportant/wecool/unot


 

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        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:51:45

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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

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          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:52:20

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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

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          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:51:34

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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:51:57

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FORWARDED MAIL -------
From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:51:16

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FORWARDED MAIL -------
From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:52:08

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FORWARDED MAIL -------
From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:55:28

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FORWARDED MAIL -------
From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:52:34

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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:50:47

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From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --



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Subject: Re: MIT PGP Announcement (fwd) (fwd)
Date:    Fri, 06 May 1994 18:51:03

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FORWARDED MAIL -------
From: netcomsv.netcom.com!access.digex.net!jthomas (Joe Thomas)
Date: 06 May 94
Originally To: Jim Nalbandian <netcomsv!lassie!jim%lassie>

On the cypherpunks list you excreted:

> MIT has just officially announced the upcoming availability of PGP 2.5.
> The announcement was just made at Networld+Interop '94 in Las Vegas by
> Jeff Schiller, MIT's Network Manager.  The text of the actual
> announcement is available via WWW at http://www.media.org/.  Look under
> "MIT PGP Security Announcement."
 
> WHAT WAS WRONG WITH 2.2? Damn programers can never do anything
> right the first time?

What was wrong with your first fifty brain-damaged rants today?  Damn 
paranoid schizophrenics never know when to quit...

Now go away, you're cluttering up our mailboxes.

Joe

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --

--
          * Spelling errors are intentional and international *
        Jim Nalbandian       netcomsv!lassie!jim%[email protected]
        Tempe, Arizona, USA                   [email protected]
No free man shall ever be de-barred the use of arms. The strongest
reason for the people to retain  there right to keep and bear arms
is as a last  resort to  protect  themselves  against  tyranny  in
government. <-------- Thomas Jefferson                            --