NK - Re: monitor working

Lanae A. Parris lanaeparris at juno.com
Thu Jan 21 18:28:07 PST 1999

Sorry, my e-mail does not allow me to receive attachments. I need the
whole thing in the main message.

Anne McLeod
AKA Lanae Parris

On Fri, 15 Jan 1999 18:19:21 -0800 herring at viagrafix.net (Jerry Herring)
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>Everyone can send us email now...we got a monitor to work with our 
>computer... Whoohoo... 
>Kelandra and Ian
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