Well the only is that Scott Adams uses it (and derides it also but...)
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Austin [SMTP:AKallevi @
> Sent: Thursday, April 02, 1998 6:13 AM
> To: Firewalls
> Cc: Daniel Walsh
> Subject: Re: Spam!Spam!Spam!Spam!Spam!Spam!Spam!Spam! & eggs and
> I suggest that you block all AOL traffic. What has ever come out of
> that was any good?
> Also, I've been on the list for sometime now, and I have a few
> that have never really been answered or even asked yet:
> - I think that Novell is a bad NOS for firewalls, but Microsoft's NT
> disrupts the space/time dimension. Is it true that NT is a superior
> of space or does John Travolta lay claim to that?
> - And why do all OS's have two syllables?? Novell, NT, UNIX, Linux,
> Redhat, and others. I did leave out OS/2 'cause it's a virus. I wipe
> out whan I encounter it. And it doesn't fit my theory anways.
> sorry - just being bombastic - all questions are hopefully rhetorical
> you......... I hope... to you.....
> Daniel Walsh wrote:
> > I'll make this short, and I know this has nothing to do with
> > but. . .
> > SPAM! How do I deal with the "unidentified recipients?" And more
> > importantly, I have recieved several e-mails from an AOL account,
> > returns an unidentified user response when I tried to get off the
> > Help? Maybe a direction to send me in?
> > and more on the subject: I want to thank you guys for the topics.
> > presentation for my LAN class went much smoother because of this
> > thanks
> > dan
> > ---------------------------------
> > Daniel Walsh
> > University of Washington
> > Engineering Alumni Assoc.
> > -Webslave
> > karsus @
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> I hope