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[at-l] Limericks and "A Good-Hearted Request"
- Subject: [at-l] Limericks and "A Good-Hearted Request"
- From: Kathy Bilton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 11:59:47 -0500 (EST)
- Reply-to: Kathy Bilton <email@example.com>
I was a bit startled yesterday to find my name as the subject heading for
an AT-L message... As a result, I decided to create my own little
limerick...(I don't think I've ever written one before - though you'd
think one would have had to do this back in school at some point..)
If you ever walk along the A.T.
There's a tree some say you will see.
It's got real shaggy bark,
And it glows in the dark.
If you see it, you may want to flee!
On a more serious note, I received an email from a grad student at ASU as
a result of my involvement with my local Audubon chapter. He is asking
for participation in a survey he is doing for his Master's thesis.
I have put the full text of the request online at
http://www.fred.net/kathy/request.txt for anyone who is interested in
participating in his survey - and wants to know a bit more about it.
A small portion of the email I received:
I come to you with a request: Is there any way that you could facilitate
the circulation, preferably by e-mail, of a very basic two question
"questionnaire" - "What is nature to you?" and "What does nature or an
experience of nature mean to you?"? And, have respondents e-mail me
directly with comments, questions, and/or answers? Although the
questions seem simplistic the answers will be very helpful to me. If
there is any way that you could make this happen I would be grateful
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