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Re: Re:

>HaB wrote:
>>     That's a good place to begin, though.  "Would you send a letter to
>> someone without an envelope?"  "Then why not put your email in the
>> electronic equivalent of one?"
>> balance.
>Would I send a letter to someone without an envelope?
>One word: postcard.

Ahh, but would you tape a check for your phone bill to a postcard? Other 
than writing a greeting to someone what else do you use a postcard for?


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