Franklin Smith,has sent two files with his e-mail.What is in the file?They have not mentioned the file.A week ago I got continuous e-mail from John Smith,whomMessage 1 of 7 , Sep 24, 2001View SourceFranklin Smith,has sent two files with his e-mail.What is in the file?They have not mentioned the file.A week ago I got continuous e-mail from John Smith,whom I did not know.He had said he needed my advice on the file he sent.I got suspicious,replied his e-mail which turned out to be somebody@... asking him which John and which Smith ,adding that for me to open his file I need a mutual password (which we did not have).Same e-mail kept coming without an answer to my question,so I called my server,told them.They said it is a virus.Last time we were timely warned about a virus and we really appreciated this behaviour,since we are new to computer world,in our naivety we could be an easy prey falling victim to computer freaks.Would Franklin Smith kindly tell us in his e-mail,what is in the files he sent?Thank you,OZ----- Original Message -----From: Franklyn SmithSent: Monday, September 24, 2001 9:19 PMSubject: Re: [Marbling] Re: taking your gall bladder homeHow does one get information on the marbling conference. I've tried a couple of ways with no success.
Laura Sims wrote:Dear Carol,
I do hope that you are planning to come to the marbling conference. The banter about bladders is the most entertaining thing I've picked up on this email yet. I've printed many of the topics for a student resource book for teaching purposes. I think this one might have to get its own section.
I hope that all of your organs are fit soon.
>Subject: [Marbling] Re: taking your gall bladder home
>Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 01:55:59 -0000
>But imagine how painstaking to gather all those teeny salmon livers!
>And imagine the air filled with periodic scornful cries of "Angus, ye
>great daft maith, ye've brought me the salmon's pancreas again!"
>Oh, the horror.
>If it turns out to be a problem with my liver instead of my gall
>bladder, box my ears if I pout.
>--- In Marbling@y..., irisnevins wrote:
> > Apparently all kinds of gall work (bile) but they say salmon is
> > the best....I have read this in several old manuals.
> > i.nevins
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