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RE: [Groop]groo card game/JOSH message
I have my Groo Card Game (both the base and the expansion) hermetically
sealed in a mayonnaise jar and ready for transport to SD this evening.
Who's up for a game of senseless destruction????
Jeff "Insert Funny Name Here" K
"The man who doesn't read has no advantage over the man who can't."
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lawrence Steller [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2000 2:51 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [Groop]groo card game/JOSH message
> I forgot to pack my copy of the Groo Card game and
> expansion! Can someone else bring it, I was really
> looking forward to playing it with some of The Groop
> during, before or after GrooFest!?
> ASIDE TO JOSH! POSSIBLY IMPORTANT:
> I'm still having trouble sending email by remote from
> aol.com, so I set up this YAHOO name. I tried to sign
> this identity onto the Groo List, and got the
> following strange message. This could either be
> nothing or a very serious problem:
> CERTIFICATE NAME CHECK
> The certificate that the site 'secure.logicom.com' has
> presented does not contain the correct site name. It
> is possible, though unlikely, that someone may be
> trying to intercept your communication with this site.
> If you suspect the certificate shown below does not
> belong to the site you are connecting with, please
> cancel the connection and notify the site
> Here is the certificate that is being presented:
> Certificate for: Internet Billing Company, LTD
> Signed by: RSA Data Security, Inc.
> Encryptian: Highest Grade (RC4 with 128-bit secret
> Bye all!
> Larry Steller AKA The Sheik of Entropy
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