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RE: [Groop]Change of address
e-dress? I coined that word about six months ago! TGD, you owe me a
"The man who doesn't read has no advantage over the man who can't."
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Bron [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 9:41 AM
> To: Groop@groo.com
> Subject: [Groop]Change of address
> Hi all,
> This is Daniel Bron (TGD), and I've finally smartened up (a
> la Groo #100),
> and quit AOL. Unfortunatly, I forgot to unsubscribe from the
> Groop first,
> and when I went to Groo.com (on my new ISP) and clicked the
> links to the
> Groop List Options page, it asked me for my password. Can
> you believe
> it? The NERVE! In any case, I don't know what my password
> is (I never
> made one), and I can't click the "email my password to me"
> button because
> my old email address doesn't exist anymore (though I clicked
> it anyway,
> just in case). I need the Groop admin. (Josh?) either to
> unsubscribe me or
> to send me my password. Or the entire Groop could just shun
> my old email
> address and hope it gets the hint and goes away.
> Anyway, I've resubscribed to the Groop with this e-dress (<~~
> this is a
> snazzy word everyone should use), until such time as I get a
> much cooler one.
> The one, the only (thank god),
> PS: I love this list, it's the only one I retained through
> the change.
> PPS: I hate AOL and heartily recommend its leading
> competitor to everyone.
> PPPS: What, weren't 2 PSes enough for you people?
> Groop maillist - Groop@groo.com
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