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From: "diesel fuel injection" <china-lutong {AT} ynmail.com>
Subject: Head & Rotor VE 12/18
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 21:49:14 +0800

Dear Sir,  
 
 *“中路通配件厂”专业生产VE泵头(VE分配泵泵头总成),主要型号有
    五十铃4JB1,康明斯6BT,依维柯低排放,五十龄皮卡.....

			
	
 * 中路通配件厂有多年生产VE泵头的经验, 作为较早进入油泵油嘴行
   业的专业厂,我们时刻跟踪国际各地其它柴油燃油喷射系统的制
   造商的生产工艺,并且不断吸收国际上最先进的加工,测试工.产品的
   质量和外观同国外同类产品相当. 

 * 如对我们的产品感兴趣,请通知我们.




 
   we have been in the field of diesel fuel injection 
systems for quite a few years.(CHINA)

  Recently we have developed a new kind of h&r,
AM Bosch number HD90100A.Its unit price is USD150/pc.And 
we also adjust the unit price of Nozzle , Plunger to USD4~5/pc
respectively.

   We tell you that we will update our VE h&r
(hydraulic heads for the VE distributor pump) list in our 
homepages.Thirty more models will be added.And the minimum
order will be 10pcs a model.

  we give the unity quotation of VE distributor head:

3-cyl:USD:55/1pcs
4-cyl:USD:40~50/1pcs
5-cyl:USD:55/1pcs
6-cyl:USD:45~50/1pcs

   We can ship the following three models to you within 8~10 weeks. after
we receive your payment.
  If you feel interested in our products,please advise the details about 
what you need,such model name,part number,quantity and so on.We are always
within your touch.

  we'd like to interchange our website's linkage with you.As a result,we
can add the icon of your website to our website's main-page.
  Vice versa.What do you think of that?
  
 
Thanks and best regards

  Looking forward to our favorable cooperation.
  Hope to hear from you soon.
(NIPPON DENSO)
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                                    C.Hua
									
Sales & purchasing director
http://WWW.China-LuTon.com 
china-lutong {AT} ynmail.com



Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 13:19:29 +0100 (CET)
From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk
Subject: 




"Ed Hoffman" <ed_hoffman {AT} hotmail.com>


>I came here

goede morgen ed hoffman    ||| dezt!tut r u



>for a specific purpose and I will be looking other places with
>that purpose in mind.

monz!eur adolf h!tler az all !ntel!gent f!z!c!ztz kult!vatd a deep hatred ov form




>I have a friend who goes around calling himself an artist at all times and
>at every opportunity and it started to piss me off.

aaaa. dzat !ndezpenz!bl ov funkz!onz



>I am not being critical

truth = 01 zubt!l l!e ->  dze zubt!tl ov das kap!tal = dze kr!t!kue ov pol!t!kl ekonom!e




>of those who choose to call themselves artists but I started wondering what
>artistic things people were doing;

reztruktur!ng dze ark!tektr ov un!ted zkat!ng r!ng ov amer!kaaaaaaa




>people that do not normally call
>themselves artists. I have found plenty of examples.

ur !ntelektual armatur ov poemz h!dez ur float!ng z!gn!f!er s!r




>I am a scientist/technologist/engineer

 I am Leonardo da Vinci



>but this does not preclude me from

but this does not preclude me from

being Ed Hoffman




>making art although I hesitate to call myself an artist.

                        ||| ur blood glukosz !z lou




>Please feel free,

! ud radzr b dze empt! lot !tzelv




>as I know you will

pasol!n! u!shez dzat u uasch h!z teorema
u!th ur g!gant!k pup!lz




>, to set me straight

              prox! 4 god  dze tranzendntl hero




>or on my way
>somewhere else -- recomendations appreciated.

letz pla! + dream dze rulz az ue pla!

oka!!!!! +?
















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From: solipsis
Subject: [collagepoetry] hermes is an intruder into spheres



you ruined my life, and now i'll have my vengeance......*





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Alice2: No I don't think I can do it.
Alice1: Are you serious? Where do you get your ideas?
Alice2: Everything I need to know, I learned from Dr. Richard S. Wallace.
Alice1: All things you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s Wallace?
Alice2: But all things are not always me need to know me learned from Dr
Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Umm. But all things are not always are not always you need to
know you
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always you need to know you learned from Dr  Richard s
Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always me need to know me learned from  Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice1: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always you need to know  you learned from
Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Umm. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always me  need to know me
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are  not always you
need to know you learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are  not always are
not always are not always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice2: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are  not always are
not always are not always are not always me need to know me learned from Dr
Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are  not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always you need to know
you
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Umm. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always me
need to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice2: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice1: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always you need to know you learned
from Dr
Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always me need to know me
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always me need to know me learned from Dr
Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always you need to know
you
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always me need to know me
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Umm. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always you need to know you
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always me
need to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
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are not
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not always are not always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
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are
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are not
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always you need to know you learned
from Dr
Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Huh. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always me need to know me
learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always you need to know you learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice2: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always me need to know me learned from Dr Richard s
Wallace.
Alice1: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always you need to know you learned from
Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice2: Interesting. But all things are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always are not always are not
always are not always are not always are not always me need
to know me learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.
Alice1: And. But all things are not always are not always are not always
are
not always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always are
not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
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not always are not always are not always are not always are not always
are not
always are not always are not always are not always you
need to know you learned from Dr Richard s Wallace.

____
(o )
/ _____
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(____ ( /
o) /
bo! mulch pants vocoded
cute note vocoded + reverb + hidden dtmf signal...
:  stretchkitten
bet boconvobellthe mint sauce of satan!!
sunday.service washing up sundaytabla
biscuits guava!!birdy bell revisted
tyrrany new version
:  relapse demonbreakfast
ringer atmo 24pin printer
a little notepad editting of tyranny
Translation
less noise
Sound Appetite venusprint
:  marsprint
flangedeggs muppettashtray!fxxxin=B4 guitar
It's eprotehlbu transformed
dirtypill wheres your tool?
sleepy meatpill
:  nang2
glime limepit loanbubbl tortu
giromance ANGINA
insect at the chime
Get out of my wind chimes, Kid.
"You break 'em, you buy 'em."
haunted dinner
"...get the van..."
granulation->looping->filtering->gating->compression->compression->compr
ession->compression->convolution->to you
=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=
=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC=AC

6:30 - 7:30 Dances of Universal Peace
7:30 - 8:30 Teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan
8:30 - 9:15 individual Classes i.e. Gathas, Githas
9:15 - 10:00 Tea

underneath the dishes
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gentle nod

denial through creative resynthesis

"Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little
temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." -Benjamin
Franklin persnickety. The falling virus of
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"Your normal signal path is under construction"







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From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
Subject: column 73
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 19:59:02 +0100

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From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 19:48:28 -0500 (EST)
Subject: story



story

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or the sky /[y]+/ something moved on /[x]+/ changed shape /[w]+/ /[v]+/
spewed /[u]+/ brilliant sparkling things /[t]+/ flooded /[s]+/ dark waves
of shapes /[r]+/ they /[q]+/ them /[p]+/ /[o]+/ were /[n]+/ stars far too
bright /[m]+/ brightened behind sparklings /[l]+/ /[k]+/ particles /[j]+/
in against /[i]+/ among between /[h]+/ repetitions across surfaces /[g]+/
moving and repeating within /[f]+/ veering horizons collisions /[e]+/
fragility /[d]+/ circulating momentarily /[c]+/ always without /[b]+/
appearances disappearances /[a]+/ pulling everything /^/ was turning |
srand  {AT} a=(hard, soft, difficult, easy, blue, grey, white, black, heavy,
light, miserable, sexual, wet, lubricated, hungered, nasty, splayed,
womanly, manly, neutral, neutered, death-like, lively, protruding,
penetrating, thrusting, giving, forgiving, poor, rich, sedate, wanton,
contrary, wayward, wandering, ill, uneasy, spry, florid, edgy, neurotic,
psychotic, catatonic, loose, taut, tight, depressed, manic);
 {AT} prep= (beneath within, beyond, throughout, confusing, staining, collusion
with);  {AT} noun=(thing, type, category, being, entity, constitution, makeup,
construct, essence, existence); \none second!\n;exit(0);}sleep(2); \nhi!
what's your name?\nwell, that, let's get started! make gender!\n;
sleep(1); that ok with you?\noh well, nothing happened.\n
 it's impossible to decide behavior!, \n 1==g; time's short, please help
us along!, 5==g; you really want do this mean -, 6== g; where is taking
us, future?, 4==g; chop name; name terrific gender!, 3==g; disgusts me;
forget it! but anyway..., 7==g; that's name? ah, anyway yes, go turns me
on!, 2==g; we're breathless; wet diff times!, 5 < <<construct;well,
already constructs  {AT} a[gen1] trouble subverting categories we take granted.
simple, not compound., dubious, overly complicated..., 6==g;
deconstruction marginalizes here!, pronoun has existed hours?, knew all
wait! are gone forever!, dirty, clean, soiled, sexy, sleazy, nice,
feminine, lovely, used, fashionable, small, nervous,  {AT} verb=(thrusts,
turns, surrounds, oozes, inherits, splays, plays, mixes, amuses, runs,
flows, repairs); accompanying);  {AT} noun=(breast, love, passion, womb, penis,
vagina, masquerade, my masquerade);  {AT} nnn=(flower, thing, hole, stick,
frock, jumper, skin); nnnn= rand(8); \nopen mouth...\n;} \nah... speak...
speak...\n;\njennifer, you, you...\n; \nare dressed as that?  {AT} nnn[nnnn],
flesh, ah don't answer...\n; ah...\n; \nis julu wearing ...  {AT} nnn[non1]?
\n; \nshow panties...\n; sleep(10); \ni love feelings, ...\n;} would mind
partying?, thighs moist inviting, breasts them..., tongue speaks so
sweetly, grrrl, \n {AT} noun[non1]  {AT} verb[non]  {AT} prep[nnnn]  {AT} nnn[non1]!\n;
 {AT} nnn[nnnn]?\n;  {AT} nnn[g] opens totally you!, moves, river deep..., mine,
sweet am yours!, body parts, list, list them... by one, alone, typing
done.\n; srand; \nmy yours...\n;  partying, name, us?\n 3==be; come home
me, julu-of-the-fast-crowd!\n 2==be;  {AT} a[gen] seeps into julu-jennifer\n
0==be;   {AT} noun[non] eaten julu-of-the-open-arms julu-depressed\n (2 be);
devour julu-of-the partying name!\n 1==be; thoughtful calls forth
 {AT} noun[non], eating, excreting memory, becoming jennifer's jennifer.\n;}
melt julu's skin forever..., scar, wound, brand.,  {AT} a[non] gift ...,
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Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 23:47:36 -0800
From: "[]" <kanztanz {AT} YAHOO.COM>
Subject: ez wrtr

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Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 22:59:57 -0000
From: morrigan <morrigan_nihil {AT} YAHOO.CO.UK>
Subject: Profit and Loss

8/7/0269.0019.997.9955.0025.0025.00201.98
15/7/0221.9855.0025.00101.98
22/7/0210.0055.0025.0090.00
29/7/026.4912.6010.001.0020.00238.3420.0020.0025.0064.00417.43
811.39

69.00
56.45
403.34
25.00
20.00
100.00
20.00
12.60
21.00
20.00
64.00
811.39

5/8/021.5028.5025.006.4925.0086.49
12/8/022.5027.9910.0010.0110.0025.0085.50
19/8/021.5662.5025.0089.06
26/8/022.5034.0515.0015.0025.00238.3420.0020.0064.00433.89
694.94

28.50
40.54
238.34
25.00
30.00
100.00
50.01
90.49
6.50
20.00
1.56
64.00
694.94

2/9/023.0040.360.690.987.998.471.4525.0025.00112.94
9/9/025.5025.0030.50
16/9/0217.9510.0010.0029.0020.0025.00111.95
23/9/0224.9949.997.9925.00107.97
30/9/025.202.9925.2227.904.992.7867.8025.00238.3420.0020.0080.00
520.22
883.58

126.28
66.48
238.34
25.00
40.00
125.00
73.12
11.64
3.00
20.00
2.78
53.99
17.95
80.00
883.58

7/10/0214.0061.4625.0025.00125.46
14/10/023.4815.0035.8221.7411.7548.8030.7325.00192.32
21/10/027.9510.0025.0042.95
28/10/0227.4030.0025.1859.0025.00238.3420.0020.0064.00508.92
869.65

57.56
238.34
36.75
78.80
100.00
15.00
92.19
63.13
14.00
20.00
62.48
27.40
64.00
869.65

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Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 22:03:08 -0800 (PST)
From: H. Haggerty <herbert_haggerty {AT} yahoo.com>
Subject: Let me point out the painfully obvious,

>From usenet

What do you take me for, a sissy?
What do you take me for, a cheat?
What do you take me for, an evangelist?
What do you take me for? Some poor lonesome fool?
What do you take me for, some kind of Uncle Moneybags?
What do you take me for, a complete sap?
What do you take me for, some sort of flake?

What kind of gun-toting desperado do you take me for?
What kind of imbecile do you take me for?
What kind of miscreant do you take me for?
What kind of snivelling little son-of-bricklayer do you take me for?

Why on earth wouldn't they send out a few radio signals to try and
contact other civilizations?
Why on earth wouldn't they if they did indeed speak English?
why on earth wouldn't they swear just as much in post-apolyptic world?
Why on earth wouldn't they Americanise it?

You've got some nerve to talk about someone having closed minds!
You've got some nerve speaking about "stepping over the line"
you've got some nerve associating our beloved SON with a serial killer
You've got some nerve standing up to Molly
You've got some nerve comparing me to some idiot
You've got some nerve to tell me whether my name is Yoruba or not
You've got some nerve calling anyone a moron
Man, you've got some nerve

You would have me believe that artistic talent is something we are
endowed with
you would have me believe that somebody would go back to a starship
You would have me believe that there is a town, London, in a land far
away called England
You would have me believe that kids are spanked in kingdom halls from
time to time
I probably deserve this kind of treatment, or so you would have me
believe

Any idiot knows that omnivores eat more than just steak and pork chops
Any idiot knows that the up/down direction is very different than the
other directions
any idiot knows the bridge on an archtop is not glued in place
any idiot knows that you cannot allow unrestricted access
any idiot knows wrestling is fake
Any idiot knows that there is no championship for Test cricket
Any idiot knows that popularity is the worst attribute to qualify
someone
Any idiot knows that carbon 14 is not used to date the Earth
Any IDIOT knows that a cheap quartz movement can keep better time than
Rolex's automatic movement
Any idiot knows that the Bible is not speaking of a man's beard in the
verse you deceitfully quote

Well, I wasn't born yesterday after all, Smith, so save your cheap
tricks
I wasn't born yesterday dude and I know how to play
I wasn't born yesterday and I can recognize a delayed reaction of
resentment
I wasn't born yesterday, you know. I can remember back a good 3 or 4
days
I wasn't born yesterday, as far as I can tell
Oh no, my friend, I wasn't born yesterday
I wasn't born yesterday, and I'm not unaware of Marx and Engels
i wasn't born yesterday and i have a sixth sense too
What do you think, Peter, I wasn't born yesterday?


As a Frenchman once pointed out
As a Brisbane nudist photographer friend pointed out
it should be pointed out
I merely pointed out
as you pointed out
I've pointed out
as has been pointed out to me constantly
Others have also pointed out
As several people have pointed out
It's been pointed out
it was just pointed out
I think it had to be pointed out
it has been so painstakingly pointed out
It was often pointed out
I should have pointed out
which you pointed out
As Fred has pointed out

It has become painfully obvious
Another courageous assault on the painfully obvious
Another thing that's painfully obvious
Why I Predicted The Painfully Obvious
We make laws pointing out the painfully obvious
it is more painfully obvious than ever
only make it more painfully obvious
And you are so painfully obvious
it SUPPOSED to be painfully obvious

Let's make some things perfectly clear!
Have I made myself perfectly clear now?
Let me make one thing perfectly clear
Let me get this Perfectly Clear
I wish to make it perfectly clear
let's get this perfectly clear
Just to be perfectly clear !!!
I WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING PERFECTLY CLEAR!!!
One thing is already perfectly clear!!!
to make it perfectly clear---> IT'S OVER BETWEEN US ...
to make it perfectly clear---> use vinegar to clean ...

let me get this straight. Are you giving me permission?
So let me get this straight. Booker T and Golddust fued with them for 3
months
Now, Let Me Get This Straight
Let me get this straight once and for all

Of course, this is a situation between the devil and the deep blue sea
You've got me in between the devil and the deep blue sea
How far would the distance be between the devil and the deep blue sea?
it is a choice betweenthe devil and deep blue sea

Why do some things happen only once in a blue moon?
it's some need they have once in a blue moon
that hopefully only happens once in a blue moon
I do envision myself firing one up every once in a Blue moon
once in a blue moon they shock me

Damnit! I don't care what anybody says!
I'm sorry. I don't care what anybody says.
I don't care what anybody says, - it belongs to me!
I don't care what anybody says about these two, they are two damn good
workers.

as it just so happens - i have indeed consumed volumes of bukowski
it just so happens that i'm in a good mood today
it just so happens that I like to have things "handy" at times

Wake up and smell the darn coffee. Are you more Nigerian than any of us
out there?
As I say buddy, wake up and smell the coffee
Sooner than later people are going to wake up and smell the coffee
Wake up and smell the coffee -- Time is ticking out
Wake up and smell the coffee people!

I really couldn't care less what you people think
I couldn't care less if Yan Can Cook
from diane, who COULDN'T CARE LESS
I couldn't care less what you think, say or do

I could care less about their sexuality
I could care less what these people do in the middle east
I could care less about abortion
as long as bullets aren't flying, I could care less


Are you all done having fun at my expense?



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Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 19:49:07 -0800
From: MWP <mpalmer {AT} JPS.NET>
Subject: FAECIS (test run - NOT the real thing!)

FAECIS (test run - NOT the real thing!)


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From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 
Subject: a.nAIMe.a.numeriCC.a.Line.a.K-ODEs.a.grainst
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 01:05:32 -0700

x;crost(n)SKY(n)K-Lines
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From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 
Subject: lisetteOPeRR08
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 22:02:34 -0700

mixingBoard, cassette.REC.order
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From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 
Subject: simILL--->tone
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 22:34:47 -0700

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Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 07:57:58 +0100 (CET)
From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk
Subject: 





>Would you meet with me in real
>life--perhaps Denmark--after my book is done?

! tr!ed real l!f. ! detezt be!ng 1
ov u


>I will not think poorly of
>you whatever you decide.

! do not kare about humanz

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Subject: Head & Rotor VE 12/18
    From: "diesel fuel injection" <china-lutong {AT} ynmail.com>

Subject: 
    From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk

Subject: [collagepoetry] hermes is an intruder into spheres
    From: solipsis

Subject: column 73
    From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>

Subject: story
    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>

Subject: ez wrtr
    From: "[]" <kanztanz {AT} YAHOO.COM>

Subject: Profit and Loss
    From: morrigan <morrigan_nihil {AT} YAHOO.CO.UK>

Subject: Let me point out the painfully obvious,
    From: H. Haggerty <herbert_haggerty {AT} yahoo.com>

Subject: FAECIS (test run - NOT the real thing!)
    From: MWP <mpalmer {AT} JPS.NET>

Subject: a.nAIMe.a.numeriCC.a.Line.a.K-ODEs.a.grainst
    From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 

Subject: lisetteOPeRR08
    From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 

Subject: simILL--->tone
    From: a u t u m n - f r e q u e n c y 

Subject: 
    From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk



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