Jim McLeod | 1 Jul 03:32 2003
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RE: Problems from the Attic

Listerz;

Sam the man writes;

> Another brief comment.... How does the American deal with the 7 Panthers
> in this scenario? 

Run. 

Run away, and very quickly at that.  Use ESB if need be.

			=Jim=

Brian Pickering | 1 Jul 01:41 2003
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Virus alert

Hey, folks, I've received a couple of extremely suspicious emails with
apparently-spoofed source addresses lately, which makes me suspect that
someone out there on the ASLML or PSASL lists has been infected by a virus
(at least one of the addys was a well-known ASLML member).

If you receive a zipfile called "your_detail.zip", for goodness sake, don't
open it.

If you have my email address in your address book (Outlook/Outlook Express
are the most common culprits, but I wouldn't lay money on them being the
only ones), and you aren't running anti-virus software, you are a strong
candidate for being the guilty party. Please- everyone who connects to the
internet should get some kind of anti-virus software, and try to keep it
moderately up-to-date.

Thanks,

Brian Pickering

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Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 4:00 AM
To: bpickering8@...
Subject: Re: Movie

Please see the attached zip file for details.

Sam Belcher | 1 Jul 01:46 2003

RE: RE: Problems from the Attic

I wrote: 

> > Another brief comment.... How does the American deal with the 7 
> > Panthers in this scenario?

Jim McLeod replied: 

> Run. 
> 
> Run away, and very quickly at that.  Use ESB if need be.

I assume this is a joke. The scenario VC do not really alow this
approach. (If you can call running away an approach). 

Even the US infantry have a serious problem - because they must setup
fairly far back and the scenario seems to require an up front defense. 

I'd appreciate comments from people who have actually played this thing.
;)

Sam

Alain chabot | 1 Jul 02:07 2003
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OT: Happy Birthday Canada

We're a young 136 tomorrow July the First.

Alain

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Rick Lubben | 1 Jul 05:08 2003
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Re: OT: Happy Birthday Canada

Congrats!

I will say one thing about Canada Day or Dominion Day or whatever it is
called)...

Canadians take their holiday pretty seriously.  More so than we with the
4th of July.

It may be different now, but my wife and I honeymooned in Toronto 19
years ago and on July 1st NOTHING was open during the day.  No stores,
no restaurants, no gas stations, no movie theatres.  No blowout holiday
sales spectaculars like every excuse we have for a holiday here in the
States.

Gotta respect that.

Rick "Is Canada closed today?"  Lubben

PS - I know what you perverts are thinking--"Honeymoon?  Nothing to
do???"   Well ya gotta do something in the daytime too.

Mountain View Cottage | 1 Jul 04:17 2003

Re: OT: Happy Birthday Canada

> PS - I know what you perverts are thinking--"Honeymoon?  Nothing to
> do???"   Well ya gotta do something in the daytime too.

Yes, and that something is "it".

You can now also celebrate your same-sex marriage 
by smoking some 1st class ganja; gotta love it.

Happy B-Day Canada; drink some Mooseheads for me!

BTW, are the "Beer Stores" in Ontario closed too?

ron mosher | 1 Jul 04:47 2003
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Re: OT: Happy Birthday Canada

At 08:08 PM 6/30/2003 -0700, Rick Lubben wrote:
>PS - I know what you perverts are thinking--"Honeymoon?  Nothing to
>do???"   Well ya gotta do something in the daytime too.

Errr--remember the nights? Ya were supposed to do the same thing. 
Geesh--newbies.

For the nonce,
ron
acerbic curmudgeon and lowly priest in the High Holy Church of ASL 

Steven Pleva | 1 Jul 04:49 2003
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Re: Re: OT: Happy Birthday Canada

> PS - I know what you perverts are thinking--"Honeymoon?  Nothing to
> do???"   Well ya gotta do something in the daytime too.

Gotcha covered here. Nothing consummates a marriage like going over
Niagara Falls in a barrel together. It's much better during the
daytime...

Steve

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R Steele | 1 Jul 04:46 2003
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Re: OT: Happy Birthday Canada

> > PS - I know what you perverts are thinking--
> > "Honeymoon?  Nothing to do???"   Well ya
> > gotta do something in the daytime too.

> Yes, and that something is "it".
> You can now also celebrate your same-sex
> marriage by smoking some 1st class ganja;
> gotta love it.
> Happy B-Day Canada; drink some Mooseheads
> for me!
> BTW, are the "Beer Stores" in Ontario closed too?

damn, reminds me of an editorial I read a couple of
weeks ago in the Toronto Star titled "How to be U.S.
border officer's worst nightmare" (copied below for
entertainment purposes).

btw, the Beer Stores will be closed tommorrow as it's
a National Holiday.

Rob

P.S.  you have to be "up" on Canadian current issues
to get some of the jokes...softwood lumber dispute,
West Nile Virus, decriminalization of pot, SARS, same
sex marriage, Mad Cow disease, and of course, gun
control (mentioned in the last sentence as a *parting
shot* lol)

<snip>the first thing you realize is that the official
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Jim McLeod | 1 Jul 08:27 2003
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Re: Problems from the Attic

Listerz;

Sam Belcher wrote:
> 
> I wrote:
> 
> > > Another brief comment.... How does the American deal with the 7
> > > Panthers in this scenario?
> 
> Jim McLeod replied:
> 
> > Run.
> >
> > Run away, and very quickly at that.  Use ESB if need be.

<SB> 
> I assume this is a joke. 

You assume well Sam.

> The scenario VC do not really alow this
> approach. (If you can call running away an approach).
> 
> Even the US infantry have a serious problem - because they must setup
> fairly far back and the scenario seems to require an up front defense.
> 
> I'd appreciate comments from people who have actually played this thing.
> ;)

Sam, I've not even seen this scenario actually.
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