Computer Underground Digest Volume 1, Issue #1.08 (May 9, 1990)

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**************************************************************************** >C O M P U T E R U N D E R G R O U N D< >D I G E S T< *** Volume 1, Issue #1.08 (May 9, 1990) ** **************************************************************************** MODERATORS: Jim Thomas / Gordon Meyer REPLY TO: TK0JUT2@NIU.bitnet COMPUTER UNDERGROUND DIGEST is an open forum dedicated to sharing information among computerists and to the presentation and debate of diverse views. -------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: The views represented herein do not necessarily represent the views of the moderators. Contributors assume all responsibility for assuring that articles submitted do not violate copyright protections. -------------------------------------------------------------------- In This Issue: File 1: Moderators' Corner (news and notes) File 2: From the Mail Bag (Could it be the Broccoli King?) File 3: Report on Morris Sentencng (by Lawrence Kestenbaum) File 4: Sysops under Fire (reprint) File 5: Bboard Symbols (by Ruth Hanschka) -------------------------------------------------------------------- *************************************************************** *** Computer Underground Digest Issue #1.08 / File 1 of 5 *** *************************************************************** In this file: -- LoD Update -- FTP (again?) -- BBS Info Wanted --------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- LOD UPDATE (May 9, 1990): ---------- The legal fate of Craig Neidorf (Knight Lightning) is still uncertain. Motions are currently pending to dismiss the case, and the defense attorneys are also waiting for rulings on their discovery motions. They hope to have responses by the end of the May. A status hearing has been set for May 29, and the trial is scheduled for June 18. Barring something dramatic, it appears there will be nothing to report for at least three more weeks. The case is in Illinois' Northern Federal District (Chicago), and the docket number is 90-CR-70. The trial of Robert Riggs and Adam Grant was originally scheduled for June 4 in Atlanta, but has been delayed, according to court sources. They indicate that the new trial date will likely be in July or August. Rumors of a plea bargaining arrangement *HAVE NOT* been confirmed, and sources indicate that the prosecution is currently intending to procede to trial. However, this was an "official" position, and did not preclude the possibility of a bargaining arrangement being negotiated. The case number in Georgia's Northern District is: 1:90-CR-31 -------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- FTP PROBLEMS: ---------- As many noticed, a bitnet site cannot actually be an FTP site. The bitnet address was intended as the source by which users could be steered over to a workable site. It may not work as well in practice as conceived in the abstract. We are working on the problem, and will have more information in the next issue. requests as we can and then place the files on a central BBS that accomodates 9600 baud. For those with the new HSTs, this take about 10 minutes for a one-meg download (at a cost of about $1.25). For those still using 2400, it would cost about $11.00. This isn't ideal, but it's workable. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- BBS INFO WANTED ----------- We've had some interesting responses to our query about BBSs. In coming issues, we'll try to do a series on the history of CU bulletin boards, when they started, what happened to them, and what's going on now. If you were (or are) the sysop of a CU board that has been around for a few years, or if you were a user of one, drop us a note on when it started, what it caters to, what it's like, or any other information you think relevant. WE'RE NOT LOOKING FOR BBS ADS, so don't send any. The intent is to trace the rather dymanic and rapidly changing nature of this form of social interaction. =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ + END THIS FILE + +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+===+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+= *************************************************************** *** Computer Underground Digest Issue #1.08 / File 2 of 5 *** *************************************************************** {Eds. note: The following came with a "Camp David" header in all the right places, so it must be true, right?} --------------------------- Date: Mon, 06 May 1990 13:13:13 CST From: George 'I love Broccoli' Bush To: Jimbo Subject: Computer Underground Digest Dear Jim, Nancy and I, uh... I mean Barbara are really proud of the great job you are doing with all these hackers. These are dangerous kids that need to be kept off the street, I mean phone. These kids don't have much of a chance in life without people like yourself. Without the care that you show them, they would probably live to grow up as computer literates. What a terrible way to live in this day and age. You know Jim, I have several United States Secret Service agents to protect me from the holligans in the world, but whenever I can lend a few away to bust up these hacker-types, I feel proud to be an American. Keep up the good work, and tell Gordon hello too. Sincerely, George Bush, k-rad d00dz =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ + END THIS FILE + +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+===+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+= *************************************************************** *** Computer Underground Digest Issue #1.08 / File 3 of 5 *** *************************************************************** Re: Observation of Robert Morris Sentencing On Friday May 4th, I went up to the federal courthouse in Syracuse to witness the sentencing of my fellow Cornell graduate student, Robert T. Morris, Jr. I'm not acquainted with Morris, but I've followed the case closely through the media, Usenet, etc. It seems that every U.S. courthouse has the same airport-style security system: the walk-through metal detectors, the package conveyor belt. My friend and I passed through this and were just about to step on the elevator when we hear the guards laugh, saying "Here comes Robert!", and around the corner of the building comes a grim-faced, hands-in-pockets Morris Junior, surrounded by a cloud of dozens of microphone and camera wielding reporters. "Pack journalism," sniffs my friend; the grinning guards let our elevator go, and we reach the third floor ahead of the mob. Apparently Judge Munson's sentencings were handled routinely every Friday at 2:00 PM. This particular Friday, only two are scheduled; besides Morris, there's a contractor who underpaid his employees on a Federal construction project (sitting in the pew behind me, the contractor's lawyer says to his client: "Don't worry, these people aren't all here for you."). Ironically, the contractor's basic sentence (three years probation) is the same as what is later pronounced on Morris; the contractor, however, is required to make restitution to the aggrieved employees, and is prohibited from bidding on federal contracts for some period. With the contractor out of the way, the main show begins. First, the defense attorneys (Guidoboni and O'Brien), always referring to their client as "Robert," make lengthy statements. He's a "decent kid," they urge, who has taken responsibility for his actions and is properly repentant. Guidoboni, in particular, spends a good deal of time arguing about the sentencing guidelines. Though I am not familiar with the Federal sentencing guidelines, I have worked with Michigan's version, and they basic concepts are the same. Fundamentally, the idea is to limit what used to be unfettered judicial discretion over sentencing, under which people committing similar crimes -- indeed, two partners in the same crime --would routinely get radically different sentences, depending on which judge was presiding and how he felt that day. Given the stories they wrote, most of the reporters were completely befuddled by the argument over the guidelines. Suffice it to say that the new Computer Fraud and Abuse statute had been classified (presumably by court rule) as a "six," a "fraud and deceit" crime. The pre-sentence report applied this guideline, adding extra points for "special skills," and came up with a sentence of just under two years (I don't recall the specific numbers offhand -- I think it was 21 months). Guidoboni argued that fraud and deceit (and motivating greed) were not part of "Robert's" crime; at most, it should be classified under "destruction of property," which was a "four" and carried correspondingly lower sentences. Judges are allowed to depart from the guidelines, but they are required to make clear why the guidelines were inadequate to determine the sentence in the particular case. When I was practicing law in Michigan, one judge's failure to make such a statement enabled me to get a client's sentence reduced. The prosecution surprised me by saying very little. Essentially, he said he understood that the judge might want to depart from the guidelines in this case, but hoped that he would sentence Morris to *some* jail time. Then he sat down. If all the editorial-writers who have been yelling for Morris' blood had seen it, they would have been appalled: this was the opportunity for a fire-and-brimstone speech about national security and billions in damages. Suddenly, it became clear that "severe punishment" was *not* in the cards. The judge called a five-minute recess and disappeared into his chambers to craft his answer. When he returned, he asked if the defendant had anything to say; Morris said "no" (the only word he spoke during the entire proceeding). The judge then announced that NONE of the sentencing guidelines applied to this case, and none were even analogous. Hence, he was free to use his discretion, and he did: three years probation, $10,000 fine, 400 hours community service, no restitution required. The hearing over, Guidoboni turned to the assembled media, with an air of contempt and condescension, and said "I'll make it easy for you: Robert has nothing to say, and he's not going to change his mind." He announced that he would make a statement and take questions when he got outside. The press assembled on the plaza outdoors, waiting for Guidoboni to make his appearance. Most of what he said has been quoted elsewhere. Afterwards, we ransomed the car (three bucks for 2 hours parking) and drove back to Ithaca. What was really striking about all this was the contrast between the fairly widespread view (among editorial writers and lay people, especially) that Morris deserved severe punishment and a long prison term, and the reality I saw in the courtroom. Even my fiancee had argued that Morris "is guilty and should go to jail." I think that people who are unfamiliar with the legal system don't tend to consider how *good* Morris looks compared to the more typical criminal defendant who has a history of (a) prior crimes, (b) drug use, (c) violence, (d) greed, and (e) predatory behavior. Retribution is not usually foremost on a sentencing judge's mind; rather, he or she tries to look toward the impact of the sentence on the defendant's future behavior. It is hard to imagine Morris doing anything like the Internet worm again, so the need to lock him up is anything but pressing. Lawrence Kestenbaum Cornell grad student (City & Regional Planning, Historic Preservation) Attorney licensed in Michigan =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ + END THIS FILE + +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+===+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+= *************************************************************** *** Computer Underground Digest Issue #1.08 / File 4 of 5 *** *************************************************************** Copyright (C) 1990, by BBS PRESS SERVICE, INC. Copyright hereby waved by Alan R. Bechtold -- pass this article around at will, including posting it on any BBS and online service! ================== THE EDITOR SPEAKS: ================== by Alan R. Bechtold "Attack From Above..." ---------------------- It's happening all over. Telephone companies in Texas and Michigan and Indiana are exerting their power over bulletin board operators, trying to extort business rates out of anyone who runs a BBS -- whether the bulletin boards are businesses or not. It could happen in YOUR state next. A couple of weeks back I wrote about Variety 'N' Spice BBS in Michigan. Michigan Bell decided that Variety 'N' Spice should pay business rates for its phone lines and I agreed. They ran their system on a multitude of lines, switched in rotary fashion, and in every sense of the word operated the BBS as if it WERE a business. It was even listed as a "subdivision" of a publishing company responsible for a regional computer magazine in the area. I know the sysop of that board and like him a lot. This wasn't an easy stand for me to take. Now I have a copy of the actual regulations covering classification of telephone customers as business users and a letter from a Michigan Regulation Officer at the Michigan Department of Commerce, explaining those regulations in English (thanks, Dennis -- and to everyone who sent me info on this). It appears I was right. Variety 'N' Spice, operating as a "subsidiary" of an actual company that published a for-profit magazine, SHOULD have to pay business rates for the telephone lines it used. BUT, according to the letter I have, from Deborah Phipps, a Regulation Officer in the Customer Complaint Section of the Michigan Department of Commerce, "If bulletin boards or access to bulletin boards is provided to calling parties at no charge other than that which may be associated with the telephone call, and are not provided in conjunction with a business, a profession, an institution or other occupation, then it would appear the service should not be classified as a business." The letter goes on. "If, however, there is a charge associated with any level of access to the bulletin board, whether the charge is rendered to cover costs or produce a profit, then the service would be considered a business and classified as such." This means that if you run an open, free bulletin board in Michigan and it's strictly a hobby and not associated with a business or organization of any kind, you have a legitimate complaint if Michigan Bell tries to charge you business rates for the phone lines you use. To register specific complaints regarding such classifications, call the Consumer Services Division of the Michigan Public Service Commission at 800/292-9555 or 517/334-6424. Which brings me to Indiana. Last week, Charles Bowen's A NETWORKER'S JOURNAL (right here in INFO-MAT) reported that Indiana BBS sysops were being hit by GTE with a required business rate charge for phone lines, regardless of whether the boards are run as businesses or not. This is hitting many BBSes with a nearly 200 percent increase in phone bills. It's an increase most can't afford or justify. In specific, Bowen mentioned Indiana sysop Randy Wilson, who was among the first to receive notice of the new increased rates. This week, Bowen quotes CompuServe's Online Today, which quoted Wilson as saying he has discontinued using Sprint (a GTE long-distance company) and "strongly urges" his BBS users to discontinue their Sprint service and "go with one of the other long-distance carriers." Wilson operates a hobby BBS for which he makes NO charge for access. He told Online Today that GTE refused to discuss the forced increase in business rates so he no longer has any interest in their long-distance services. I think Wilson's reaction is perfectly rational. We as bulletin board operators and users must NOT back down on our resistance to paying business rates for telephone lines just because a bulletin board is on them. They must be BONA-FIDE BUSINESSES first, and not all BBSes are BUSINESSES! The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission is telling sysops that "business rates for home computer lines were approved in January." Read that line again -- CAREFULLY. It sounds to me like the telephone companies, if allowed to continue, don't intend to stop with just charging business rates to bulletin boards. They eventually plan to charge business rates to EVERYONE with a computer attached to their phone lines. That means you won't be able to set up a separate phone line for your computer without paying business rates for the line. That stinks. So. I back Wilson's idea to boycott GTE (remember -- this is ME talking here, not INFO-MAT or BBS PRESS SERVICE or any of our affiliate BBSes that carry INFO-MAT). I personally support his idea and recommend that you follow it. If you disagree with GTE's stand against BBS operators in Indiana, Cancel your SPRINT and GTE long-distance service and switch to other companies not currently engaged in attempts to gouge computer users for use of their lines. It will certainly make a strong statement of your feelings, in no uncertain terms. Also, if your local phone company is trying to charge bulletin board operators (especially FREE hobby boards) business rates for the use of their lines, let your local utility regulatory commission know you are outraged. Lodge a formal protest if possible. And -- I think it's time for us to put our money where our mouths are. I have long advocated the need for a true national Modem Users Association. We modem users -- sysops and BBS users alike -- are scattered far and wide, linked by a variety of electronic mail systems and local and regional associations, but not truly linked into a single, unified voice. I've called for the formation of an organization that not only would link with existing local and regional groups but also would stretch far beyond their capabilities, and I've been waiting too long for it to happen. I'm saying let's DO IT. NOW. I'm willing to coordinate it, but it takes money to put something like this together and all of you must be willing to come up with some money to get this off the ground. The organization I propose would act as a central clearing house for information of interest to BBS users and operators, act as an umbrella linking local and regional modem user groups into a nationwide network, and unify all modem users and the services and systems they use. It would also establish a lobbying effort in Washington to push for legislation favorable to modem users and would fight, state-by-state, against outrages rate increases and demands from telephone companies and other entities. Membership in such an organization would be open to individual modem users, bulletin board sysops, publishers of telecommunications software, manufacturers of modems and providers of commercial online systems. The organization I envision would require an attorney for the group, a Washington D.C. lobbyist and a Coordinator for each state. We would publish a monthly or weekly electronic newsletter that would be posted on each and every bulletin board and online service that is a member, and a quarterly newsletter that would be mailed to each member by U.S. Mail. The organization would establish criteria for operation of online services and for conduct by online service users, and would consider ways to network nationwide, tracking down sources of known viruses and "Trojan Horse"-type software so action can be taken against the perpetrators. Other activities could include discount buying power for software and hardware, low-cost group health and accident insurance, low-cost insurance for computers, and, really, all the benefits of any large group. Initial yearly membership in such an organization would be: Individual -- $15 Hobby BBS Operator -- $25 Commercial BBS Operator -- $50 Software Publisher (Shareware) -- $100 Software Publisher (Commercial) -- $250 Hardware Manufacturer -- $500 Now let's put this to a vote. I said I would be willing to take on the formation of such an organization and I meant it. If you would be willing to support such an organization, considering the fact that it would be formerly incorporated as a non-profit organization, and would dedicate itself to the goals and objectives I have listed above (in addition to others as it goes), send a check to the address below. Yes, I said SEND A CHECK. Make it payable to MODEM USER'S ASSOCIATION of AMERICA, for the appropriate amount from the above list. I will collect the checks and report here every week how much has come in. I figure it will take a minimum of $10,000 to start this organization and WILL NOT CASH ANY CHECKS until at least that amount has been received. If the amount necessary to start this organization isn't raised, I will mail a postcard to everyone who sends a check, letting you know the organization didn't fly and the check has been destroyed. Now $10,000 sounds like a lot of money but it's only the bare-bones minimum needed to get an attorney, to incorporate the group as a non-profit organization, retain a lobbyist in Washington and start things rolling. It's a LOT of money but that's reality. So, if you REALLY want it to happen, mark your check with the level of participation you're signing up for, and mail it, along with your name, address and telephone number, to: MODEM USER'S ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Alan R. Bechtold, Coordinator 8125 S.W. 21st Street Topeka, KS 66615 I hate to sound pessimistic, but this is a challenge I'm betting we won't be able to meet. I don't think enough of you REALLY WANT THIS to make it happen. Perhaps I'm wrong, but I DO believe that what I've proposed is the way to get things done and protect modem users in the future. If you agree, then you now have your way to let me know. If you don't, just sit there and watch it all go away. This is drastic stuff -- and I stand willing and ready to take on the challenge of putting this organization together and getting things done if you're willing to stand behind me with the dollars it will take to do it right. Also, feel free to pass this article around. Copyright is hereby waved and you are encouraged to upload this to any and all bulletin boards and other online services you wish. I WANT you to prove me wrong! =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ + END THIS FILE + +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+===+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+= *************************************************************** *** Computer Underground Digest Issue #1.08 / File 5 of 5 *** *************************************************************** {Eds. note: Ruth Hanschka sent the following across the Computer Mediated Communications bitnet hotline, and said she didn't mind if we reprinted it. She's graduating and off to make her fortune, so we thought we'd send her off with the symbolic closing of CuD 1.08 with her list. ---------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 May 90 14:23:00 EDT Sender: Computer Mediated Communication From: RHANSCHKA@HARTFORD Subject: SE-communication on BBoards - or While I've got it... These are two messages concerning symbols used to express emotion in computer-mediated communication. One has a few additions of my own, the other is as I received it. I am posting it partly because I am soon to lose my access to the school computer, and thus to all nets. A second reason is that I believe other people would like to see these. My apologies to those who have read them before. Ruth Hanschka, soon-to-be MA in Communications and real-worlder "THE IMFAMOUS SYMBOL LIST" [W/ADDITIONS] :-) humorous, joking :-( sad, this is no joke even though it looks like one :-') tongue in cheek :-0 shout ;-) say no more, nudge nudge =:-0 scares me too :-! foot in mouth :-$ put your money where your mouth is 0:-) don't blame me, I'm innocent %-/ don't blame me, I'm hung over <:-) don't blame me, I'm a dunce C:-) don't blame me, I'm an egghead [:-|] sent by a robot :-)8 sent by a gentleman 8:-) sent by a little girl (8-) sent by an owl (:\/ sent by a duck :-)=== sent by a giraffe (-:|:-) sent by siamese twins d:-) I like to play baseball q:-) I am a baseball catcher :-| I play the harmonica :-8 I just ate a pickle "In printed communications (in this case bulletin boards), it is tough to get the idea across that you are being sarcastic etc. Scott Fahlman, with the help of other participants on FIDONET, might just have the answer..." This appears at the top of the original. There are probably more of them by this time, but I do not have them. The original notice asks FIDONET contributors to send more in. My copy of this came from a photocopy of a printout in the University of Hartford Computer Resource Library, so blame them :-') not me. And now the additions. These came from a VAX discussion line called these really were [:-|]. :-) joking or sarcastic face :-} fiendish grin ;-) wink :-( sad or angry face |-( late night Have fun and may nothing crash, Ruth Hanschka RHANSCHK@HARTFORD and last but not least, one of my own - *:-) - here's an idea ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ((((((((( forwarded by Bob Roberts - bsa018@nmsuvm1 ))))))))))) Here is the canonical list of emoticons. I make no claims as to be the creator of them; they were gleaned from lists that were sent, lifted from others' lists, cribbed from postings and .signature files. I am just a librarian who keeps track of them all. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- emoticon: a figure created with the symbols on a keyboard that is read with the head tilted to the left. Used to convey the spirit in which a line of text was typed. ************************************************************************ * * * Tilt your head slightly to the left and read the following examples. * * * ************************************************************************ :-) Humor :-) )-: Masking theatrical comments :<) For those with hairy lips :-{) :<)= For those with beards :/) Not funny '-) Wink P-) Pirates !-( ;-) Sardonic incredulity (@ @) You're kidding! :-" Pursing lips :-v Just another face (speaking) profiled from the side :-V Shout :-w Speak with forked tongue :-W Shout with forked tongue :-r Bleahhh (sticking tongue out) :-f :-p :-1 Smirks :-, <:-O Eeek! :-* Oooops (covering mouth with hand) :-T keeping a straight face (tight-lipped) :-D said with a smile :-P :-y 8^) :-o More versions of shouting :-O :-{ Count Dracula =|:-)= Uncle Sam 7:) Reagan :-=) Hitler :-# Censored :~i Smoking :-Q :~j (and smiling) :/i No smoking :-I It's something, but I don't know what.... :-x Kiss kiss :-> Alternate happy face :-( Unhappy :-c Real unhappy :-C Unbelieving (jaw dropped) :-< Forlorn :-B Drooling (or overbite) :-| Disgusted :-? Licking your lips <:>== A turkey emoticon :-) :-) :-) Loud guffaw :-J Tongue-in-cheek comments :*) Clowning around :-8 Talking out both sides of your mouth (:-) Msgs dealing with bicycle helmets @= Warning about nuclear war <:-) For dumb questions o= A flaming candle for flaming msgs -= A doused candle to end a flaming msg OO Headlights on msg :_) I used to be a boxer, but it really got my nose out of joint B-) Smiling and wearing glasses or sunglasses (or a message from Batman) 8-) Same as previous; also used to denote wide-eyed look #:-) :-) done by someone with sort of matted hair :-o "Oh, nooooooo!" (a la Mr. Bill) #:-o Same as previous |-( Late night messages :^) Messages teasing people about their noses :-{#} Messages teasing people about their braces (:-$ Message indicating person is ill... (:-& Message indicating person is angry... (:-( Message indicating person is VERY sad... (:^( Message concerning people with broken noses (:<) Message concerning blabber mouths :-(=) Message about people with big teeth &:-) Message from a person with curly hair @:-) Message from a person with wavy hair ?-( Message about people with a black eye *:* Message about fuzzy things *:** Message about fuzzy things with fuzzy mustaches %-) Message about people with broken glasses +<:-| Message from a monk/nun... {0-) Message from cyclops... (:-|K- Formal message. ..---... S.O.S. @%&$%& You know what that means... ||*( Handshake offered ||*) Handshake accepted <&&> Message concerning rubber chickens >< >< Message about/to someone wearing argyle socks 2B|^2B Message about Shakespeare (-_-) Secret smile <{:-)} Message in a bottle... <:-)<<| Message from a space rocket... (:-... Heart-breaking message... <<<<(:-) Message from a hat sales-man... (O--< A fishy message... (:>-< Message from a thief: hands up! --->---- A rose. %^) smile with glasses :-} wearing lipstick :-\ popeye smiling face ;-\ popeye gets his lights punched out :-] biting sarcasm :-[ biting criticism :~) needs a nosejob :=) *<|:-) Santa Claus (Ho Ho Ho) (-) needing a haircut 0-) wearing scuba mask :-O Wow! :- | Baboon :-|| Anger %-} Drunk with laughter *:-) Bobble hat/baby |-P yuk ~:-( net.flame O|-) net.religion 8:-I net.unix-wizards X-( net.suicide E-:-I net.ham-radio >:-I net.startrek 3:o[ net.pets <:I dunce (:I egghead @:I turban 8:-) glasses on forehead :-8( condescending stare >:-< mad o/ _O_ Rudolf the waving penguin =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+ + END THIS FILE + +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+===+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=


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