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Thanks for the Groo Gram
There are countless benefits to being a subscriber to this page. First of
all my inbox is always full. I feel so popular. Then I got to get an
autographed Groo Houndbook Card. How cool is this? Most recently, I got my
own letter published in Groo Grams ( DAD, email@example.com) . In life,
I have gotten two letter published in comics, both my favorities. This one,
and many moons ago in the Kitchen Sprit. How cool. thanks again, Mark!!
Fred Vigeant, aka Dad,
----- Original Message -----
From: Mo orst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2000 2:51 PM
Subject: Re: THE NEW GROOPIE's GROOTESQUE FAUX PAS!
> Ah... to start afresh! The joy of rediscovering Groo. I envy you,
> My advice is to start with Groo 12. Groo the actor! Or 22, where Groo
> inadvertently destroys the life of Ambassador "Gru". Classic, hilarious,
> wonderful starting points.
> >From: email@example.com
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: THE NEW GROOPIE's GROOTESQUE FAUX PAS!
> >Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 10:33:18 -0500
> >Hi all!
> >I just wanted to say THANKS to all the Groop Members for all the great
> >welcomes and notes!
> >I do look forward to being the newest rookie groopie. However........my
> >grootesque faux pas......I don't actually OWN anything Groo related. I
> >used to.......quite a collection of comics........but they'd been sold
> >or traded years ago.......!! Auggggghhhhhhhhhhh! Have I erred???
> >Anyway, I'm currently a hockey goalie card collector (spend most of my
> >time - at WORK of course, hee hee! - on ebay and beckett). I was
> >considering getting back into the GROOVE and collecting Groo stuff
> >again. I guess the best approach is starting at the local comic book
> >Thanks again everyone! Trish (goalielover)
> >Tricia Gorman
> >Office Manager/Executive Assistant/BDS Traffic Manager
> >Canadian Broadcast Sales
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