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Re: [at-l] Hey new Listers! Welcome to the Campfire! was Y2K Survival?
I really liked this analogy. But are you inferring that I am old? I
suppose I have been on the list since about 1995. I've almost heard it all.
> From: Thomas McGinnis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Bruce Waldrop <email@example.com>; AT List <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Jennifer Delia Sawyer <email@example.com>
> Subject: [at-l] Hey new Listers! Welcome to the Campfire! was Y2K
> Date: Thursday, December 10, 1998 9:26 AM
> Woodelf recently likened this list to a campfire conversation, where
> everything is topical, and even the widest ranging conversation
> back home (eventually) to the AT. "That Other List" has a more
> regulated tone, to participants' loss, think many here.
> In any event, I would further liken this list to being the campfire,
> itself. The current and the more/longer subscribed members are like
> that quietly burning, steadily combusting, maybe somewhat burned out
> wood at the middle of the fire, and the fire eventually starts to
> its output decline as the ready fuel is consumed. Then along come
> new members, who not only have some things to say for themselves,
> also serve to knock some of the ash off the older members, and spark
> them back to life.
> Thanks, then, for not only becoming part of the conversation, but
> sparking output from some members we haven't heard from!
> Lastly, I always thought Clevis was Clamydia's brother.
> Recent list joiner.
> Loves to make Ash of Himself in Any Public Forum.
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> Subject: Re: [at-l] Thru-hiking in 2000 AD: Survival?
> Author: Jennifer Delia Sawyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> at ima
> Date: 12/10/98 12:44 AM
> At 06:56 PM 12/9/98 -0500, Bruce Waldrop wrote:
> > clevis pins (I love that word -- clevis)
> Dare I ask???
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