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Re: [at-l] Springer Fever

In a message dated 03/08/2000 6:53:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kkupersmith@thor24.com writes:

<< Symptoms include excitability, constant butterflies in the stomache, lack 
of concentration and motivation at work, disruptive sleep, loss of appetite, 
bouts of crying, and anxiety. >>

There is only one way to treat this near-fatal illness. I heartily recommend 
an extended course of fresh air, PUDS, rain, sunshine, aches, pains, tears, 
laughs, joys and summits. There is no cure, you can only relieve the symptoms 
for five or six months at a time.

It is very important that you do not pass these symptoms on to anyone you may 
be staying with between now and the start of your treatment. Some of these 
people may have a few more years before they can take the full treatment and 
if the fever takes hold now, they will have a miserable summer - envying your 

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