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  • Syed Iqbal
    Dear Vance Thanks for your email. These pics were forwarded by one of my friends and having seen your concerns about the affected people and that you would
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 30, 2004
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      Dear Vance
      Thanks for your email. These pics were forwarded by one of my friends
      and having seen your concerns about the affected people and that you
      would like to have some photos, I spared not a second to forward them
      to you. These are meant for everybody's awareness, so please feel free
      to upload them on the board.

      I love to see you sincere efforts to help the victims of this tragedy.
      In fact you have helped me to think that we can also help in this way.

      Keep in touch and have a nice day.

      Kind regards
      Sayed from Pakistan

      On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 21:19:00 +0530, Ramgopal <ramgopal1941@...> wrote:
      > Thanks Vance. Nice of you, indeed. I can understand your concern.
      > Bangalore is 300 km from Chennai (Madras) at 3000 ft above MSL.
      > One can imagine the plight of those affected.
      > I have a worldspace digital DTH radio receiver and listened to a broadcast
      > from Radio Sweden (1330 UTC - "Sixty Degrees North") today over the World
      > Radio Network. I was touched by the concern they have shown for 1400 odd
      > Scandinavian tourists who went visiting tropical paradise hit by Tsunami,
      > escaping from their winter. It is remarkable that Sweden has decided to
      > observe Jan 1st 2005 as national day of mourning and flags will fly at half
      > mast !!. Look how they care for their folks.
      >
      > Ideally all Governments of affected countries should have done something
      > similar. I was horrified to see people here still planning to celebrate the
      > New Year eve !!. We have to learn from the Swedes.
      >
      > By the way, what about animals (domestic and wild) that would have got
      > caught in Tsunami ?.
      > Do they have 'Sixth sense" and managed to escape to higher grounds ?
      > Read on -----------------
      >
      > ********Tsunami Adds to Belief in Animals' 'Sixth Sense'
      > Thu Dec 30, 2004 01:31 PM GMT
      > By Ed Stoddard
      > JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Wild animals seem to have escaped the Indian Ocean
      > tsunami, adding weight to notions they possess a "sixth sense" for
      > disasters, experts said Thursday.
      >
      > Sri Lankan wildlife officials have said the giant waves that killed over
      > 24,000 people along the Indian Ocean island's coast seemingly missed wild
      > beasts, with no dead animals found.
      >
      > "No elephants are dead, not even a dead hare or rabbit. I think animals can
      > sense disaster. They have a sixth sense. They know when things are
      > happening," H.D. Ratnayake, deputy director of Sri Lanka's Wildlife
      > Department, said Wednesday.
      >
      > The waves washed floodwaters up to 2 miles inland at Yala National Park in
      > the ravaged southeast, Sri Lanka's biggest wildlife reserve and home to
      > hundreds of wild elephants and several leopards. "There has been a lot of
      > anecdotal evidence about dogs barking or birds migrating before volcanic
      > eruptions or earthquakes. But it has not been proven," said Matthew van
      > Lierop, an animal behavior specialist at Johannesburg Zoo.
      >
      > "There have been no specific studies because you can't really test it in a
      > lab or field setting," he told Reuters.
      >
      > Other authorities concurred with this assessment.
      >
      > "Wildlife seem to be able to pick up certain phenomenon, especially birds
      > ... there are many reports of birds detecting impending disasters," said
      > Clive Walker, who has written several books on African wildlife.
      >
      > Animals certainly rely on the known senses such as smell or hearing to avoid
      > danger such as predators.
      >
      > The notion of an animal "sixth sense" -- or some other mythical power -- is
      > an enduring one which the evidence on Sri Lanka's battered coast is likely
      > to add to.
      >
      > The Romans saw owls as omens of impending disaster and many ancient cultures
      > viewed elephants as sacred animals endowed with special powers or
      > attributes.
      >
      > The tsunami was triggered by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean Sunday. It
      > killed tens of thousands of people in Asia and East Africa.
      >
      > © Reuters 2004. All Rights Reserved.**********
      >
      > Regards,
      > Ramgopal.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Vance Stevens <vstevens@...>
      > To: <efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com>
      > Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 06:05 PM
      > Subject: [efiwebheads] Re: how is everyone?
      >
      >
      > |
      > |
      > | Thanks Sayed,
      > |
      > | I received the photos you sent. I wonder if I should upload them to
      > | the photos area here. Please advise me if you think this would be
      > | ok. They were remarkable photos. I'm curious, where did you get
      > | them?
      > |
      > | As for what we can do, my wife and I think this is a good time for
      > | clearing out the junk that's been piling up around our house. I've
      > | got a box of clothes down in the car, and that was just one quick
      > | pass through the closets. Airlines here are providing free cargo
      > | space for such items. There are many people here from the affected
      > | areas requesting aid for loved ones, and Embassies and relief
      > | agencies such as the Red Crescent are organizing moving donations to
      > | where they can help the survivors.
      > |
      > | So that's one small thing I can think of that we can do.
      > |
      > | Hoping all Webheads are ok,
      > |
      > | Vance
      > |
      > |
      > | --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Syed Iqbal <nofiljee@g...> wrote:
      > | > Dear Vance
      > | > Good to see this board alive. Although my country is not affected
      > | by
      > | > this natural disaster but I am deeply impressed by your
      > | thoughtfulness
      > | > for the displaced ones and your willingness to extend your
      > | assistance.
      > | >
      > | > Kind regards
      > | > Sayed
      > | >
      > | >
      > | > On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 09:29:42 +0400, vstevens <vstevens@e...> wrote:
      > | > > I'm looking for it Maggi. I'll send it along if I find it.
      > | > >
      > | > > While I'm here, I'm wondering if any Webheads were affected by
      > | the recent
      > | > > trajedy around the Indian Ocean. If they were we might never
      > | know, because
      > | > > people go inactive on our list for a number of reasons. But if
      > | you do live
      > | > > in the countries affected, you might write us and let us know
      > | you're ok.
      > | > >
      > | > > Also, if there's anything we can do to help, please let us know.
      > | > >
      > | > > Warm regards to all,
      > | > >
      > | > > Vance
      > |
      > |
      > |
      > |
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > --
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    • Syed Iqbal
      Dear Ramgopal Thanks for sharing this excellent article. Kind regards Sayed
      Message 2 of 9 , Dec 30, 2004
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        Dear Ramgopal
        Thanks for sharing this excellent article.

        Kind regards
        Sayed


        On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 21:19:00 +0530, Ramgopal <ramgopal1941@...> wrote:
        > Thanks Vance. Nice of you, indeed. I can understand your concern.
        > Bangalore is 300 km from Chennai (Madras) at 3000 ft above MSL.
        > One can imagine the plight of those affected.
        > I have a worldspace digital DTH radio receiver and listened to a broadcast
        > from Radio Sweden (1330 UTC - "Sixty Degrees North") today over the World
        > Radio Network. I was touched by the concern they have shown for 1400 odd
        > Scandinavian tourists who went visiting tropical paradise hit by Tsunami,
        > escaping from their winter. It is remarkable that Sweden has decided to
        > observe Jan 1st 2005 as national day of mourning and flags will fly at half
        > mast !!. Look how they care for their folks.
        >
        > Ideally all Governments of affected countries should have done something
        > similar. I was horrified to see people here still planning to celebrate the
        > New Year eve !!. We have to learn from the Swedes.
        >
        > By the way, what about animals (domestic and wild) that would have got
        > caught in Tsunami ?.
        > Do they have 'Sixth sense" and managed to escape to higher grounds ?
        > Read on -----------------
        >
        > ********Tsunami Adds to Belief in Animals' 'Sixth Sense'
        > Thu Dec 30, 2004 01:31 PM GMT
        > By Ed Stoddard
        > JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Wild animals seem to have escaped the Indian Ocean
        > tsunami, adding weight to notions they possess a "sixth sense" for
        > disasters, experts said Thursday.
        >
        > Sri Lankan wildlife officials have said the giant waves that killed over
        > 24,000 people along the Indian Ocean island's coast seemingly missed wild
        > beasts, with no dead animals found.
        >
        > "No elephants are dead, not even a dead hare or rabbit. I think animals can
        > sense disaster. They have a sixth sense. They know when things are
        > happening," H.D. Ratnayake, deputy director of Sri Lanka's Wildlife
        > Department, said Wednesday.
        >
        > The waves washed floodwaters up to 2 miles inland at Yala National Park in
        > the ravaged southeast, Sri Lanka's biggest wildlife reserve and home to
        > hundreds of wild elephants and several leopards. "There has been a lot of
        > anecdotal evidence about dogs barking or birds migrating before volcanic
        > eruptions or earthquakes. But it has not been proven," said Matthew van
        > Lierop, an animal behavior specialist at Johannesburg Zoo.
        >
        > "There have been no specific studies because you can't really test it in a
        > lab or field setting," he told Reuters.
        >
        > Other authorities concurred with this assessment.
        >
        > "Wildlife seem to be able to pick up certain phenomenon, especially birds
        > ... there are many reports of birds detecting impending disasters," said
        > Clive Walker, who has written several books on African wildlife.
        >
        > Animals certainly rely on the known senses such as smell or hearing to avoid
        > danger such as predators.
        >
        > The notion of an animal "sixth sense" -- or some other mythical power -- is
        > an enduring one which the evidence on Sri Lanka's battered coast is likely
        > to add to.
        >
        > The Romans saw owls as omens of impending disaster and many ancient cultures
        > viewed elephants as sacred animals endowed with special powers or
        > attributes.
        >
        > The tsunami was triggered by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean Sunday. It
        > killed tens of thousands of people in Asia and East Africa.
        >
        > © Reuters 2004. All Rights Reserved.**********
        >
        > Regards,
        > Ramgopal.
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: Vance Stevens <vstevens@...>
        > To: <efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com>
        > Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 06:05 PM
        > Subject: [efiwebheads] Re: how is everyone?
        >
        >
        > |
        > |
        > | Thanks Sayed,
        > |
        > | I received the photos you sent. I wonder if I should upload them to
        > | the photos area here. Please advise me if you think this would be
        > | ok. They were remarkable photos. I'm curious, where did you get
        > | them?
        > |
        > | As for what we can do, my wife and I think this is a good time for
        > | clearing out the junk that's been piling up around our house. I've
        > | got a box of clothes down in the car, and that was just one quick
        > | pass through the closets. Airlines here are providing free cargo
        > | space for such items. There are many people here from the affected
        > | areas requesting aid for loved ones, and Embassies and relief
        > | agencies such as the Red Crescent are organizing moving donations to
        > | where they can help the survivors.
        > |
        > | So that's one small thing I can think of that we can do.
        > |
        > | Hoping all Webheads are ok,
        > |
        > | Vance
        > |
        > |
        > | --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Syed Iqbal <nofiljee@g...> wrote:
        > | > Dear Vance
        > | > Good to see this board alive. Although my country is not affected
        > | by
        > | > this natural disaster but I am deeply impressed by your
        > | thoughtfulness
        > | > for the displaced ones and your willingness to extend your
        > | assistance.
        > | >
        > | > Kind regards
        > | > Sayed
        > | >
        > | >
        > | > On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 09:29:42 +0400, vstevens <vstevens@e...> wrote:
        > | > > I'm looking for it Maggi. I'll send it along if I find it.
        > | > >
        > | > > While I'm here, I'm wondering if any Webheads were affected by
        > | the recent
        > | > > trajedy around the Indian Ocean. If they were we might never
        > | know, because
        > | > > people go inactive on our list for a number of reasons. But if
        > | you do live
        > | > > in the countries affected, you might write us and let us know
        > | you're ok.
        > | > >
        > | > > Also, if there's anything we can do to help, please let us know.
        > | > >
        > | > > Warm regards to all,
        > | > >
        > | > > Vance
        > |
        > |
        > |
        > |
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > --
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      • Buthaina
        Dear Ramgopal, Thank you for sharing the article. I m going to pass it on to my Science English class at Kuwait University. To Vance, where can we view the
        Message 3 of 9 , Dec 31, 2004
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          Dear Ramgopal,

          Thank you for sharing the article. I'm going to pass it on to my
          Science English class at Kuwait University.

          To Vance, where can we view the pictures sent to you by Sayed,
          please.

          Thanks, again, Ramgopal,Vance, and Sayed.

          Buth


          --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Ramgopal <ramgopal1941@v...>
          wrote:
          > Thanks Vance. Nice of you, indeed. I can understand your concern.
          > Bangalore is 300 km from Chennai (Madras) at 3000 ft above MSL.
          > One can imagine the plight of those affected.
          > I have a worldspace digital DTH radio receiver and listened to a
          broadcast from Radio Sweden (1330 UTC - "Sixty Degrees North") today
          over the World Radio Network. I was touched by the concern they have
          shown for 1400 odd Scandinavian tourists who went visiting tropical
          paradise hit by Tsunami, escaping from their winter. It is
          remarkable that Sweden has decided to observe Jan 1st 2005 as
          national day of mourning and flags will fly at half mast !!. Look
          how they care for their folks.
          >
          > Ideally all Governments of affected countries should have done
          something similar. I was horrified to see people here still planning
          to celebrate the New Year eve !!. We have to learn from the Swedes.
          >
          > By the way, what about animals (domestic and wild) that would
          have got caught in Tsunami ?.
          > Do they have 'Sixth sense" and managed to escape to higher
          grounds ?
          > Read on -----------------
          >
          > ********Tsunami Adds to Belief in Animals' 'Sixth Sense'
          > Thu Dec 30, 2004 01:31 PM GMT
          > By Ed Stoddard
          > JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Wild animals seem to have escaped the
          Indian Ocean tsunami, adding weight to notions they possess a "sixth
          sense" for disasters, experts said Thursday.
          >
          > Sri Lankan wildlife officials have said the giant waves that
          killed over 24,000 people along the Indian Ocean island's coast
          seemingly missed wild beasts, with no dead animals found.
          >
          > "No elephants are dead, not even a dead hare or rabbit. I think
          animals can sense disaster. They have a sixth sense. They know when
          things are happening," H.D. Ratnayake, deputy director of Sri
          Lanka's Wildlife Department, said Wednesday.
          >
          > The waves washed floodwaters up to 2 miles inland at Yala National
          Park in the ravaged southeast, Sri Lanka's biggest wildlife reserve
          and home to hundreds of wild elephants and several leopards. "There
          has been a lot of anecdotal evidence about dogs barking or birds
          migrating before volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. But it has not
          been proven," said Matthew van Lierop, an animal behavior specialist
          at Johannesburg Zoo.
          >
          > "There have been no specific studies because you can't really test
          it in a lab or field setting," he told Reuters.
          >
          > Other authorities concurred with this assessment.
          >
          > "Wildlife seem to be able to pick up certain phenomenon,
          especially birds ... there are many reports of birds detecting
          impending disasters," said Clive Walker, who has written several
          books on African wildlife.
          >
          > Animals certainly rely on the known senses such as smell or
          hearing to avoid danger such as predators.
          >
          > The notion of an animal "sixth sense" -- or some other mythical
          power -- is an enduring one which the evidence on Sri Lanka's
          battered coast is likely to add to.
          >
          > The Romans saw owls as omens of impending disaster and many
          ancient cultures viewed elephants as sacred animals endowed with
          special powers or attributes.
          >
          > The tsunami was triggered by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean
          Sunday. It killed tens of thousands of people in Asia and East
          Africa.
          >
          > © Reuters 2004. All Rights Reserved.**********
          >
          > Regards,
          > Ramgopal.
          >
          >
          >
          > ----- Original Message -----
          > From: Vance Stevens <vstevens@e...>
          > To: <efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com>
          > Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 06:05 PM
          > Subject: [efiwebheads] Re: how is everyone?
          >
          >
          > |
          > |
          > | Thanks Sayed,
          > |
          > | I received the photos you sent. I wonder if I should upload
          them to
          > | the photos area here. Please advise me if you think this would
          be
          > | ok. They were remarkable photos. I'm curious, where did you
          get
          > | them?
          > |
          > | As for what we can do, my wife and I think this is a good time
          for
          > | clearing out the junk that's been piling up around our house.
          I've
          > | got a box of clothes down in the car, and that was just one
          quick
          > | pass through the closets. Airlines here are providing free
          cargo
          > | space for such items. There are many people here from the
          affected
          > | areas requesting aid for loved ones, and Embassies and relief
          > | agencies such as the Red Crescent are organizing moving
          donations to
          > | where they can help the survivors.
          > |
          > | So that's one small thing I can think of that we can do.
          > |
          > | Hoping all Webheads are ok,
          > |
          > | Vance
          > |
          > |
          > | --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Syed Iqbal <nofiljee@g...>
          wrote:
          > | > Dear Vance
          > | > Good to see this board alive. Although my country is not
          affected
          > | by
          > | > this natural disaster but I am deeply impressed by your
          > | thoughtfulness
          > | > for the displaced ones and your willingness to extend your
          > | assistance.
          > | >
          > | > Kind regards
          > | > Sayed
          > | >
          > | >
          > | > On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 09:29:42 +0400, vstevens <vstevens@e...>
          wrote:
          > | > > I'm looking for it Maggi. I'll send it along if I find it.
          > | > >
          > | > > While I'm here, I'm wondering if any Webheads were affected
          by
          > | the recent
          > | > > trajedy around the Indian Ocean. If they were we might
          never
          > | know, because
          > | > > people go inactive on our list for a number of reasons. But
          if
          > | you do live
          > | > > in the countries affected, you might write us and let us
          know
          > | you're ok.
          > | > >
          > | > > Also, if there's anything we can do to help, please let us
          know.
          > | > >
          > | > > Warm regards to all,
          > | > >
          > | > > Vance
          > |
          > |
          > |
          > |
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > --
          > No virus found in this outgoing message.
          > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus.
          > Version: 7.0.298 / Virus Database: 265.6.6 - Release Date: 28-Dec-
          04
        • Ramgopal
          Dear Buth, Wow !, that s great. Thanks, Buth. Regards, Ramgopal. ... From: Buthaina To: Sent: Saturday,
          Message 4 of 9 , Dec 31, 2004
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            Dear Buth,
            Wow !, that's great.
            Thanks, Buth.

            Regards,
            Ramgopal.
            ----- Original Message -----
            From: Buthaina <buthaina_3@...>
            To: <efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Saturday, January 01, 2005 04:54 AM
            Subject: [efiwebheads] Re: how is everyone?




            Dear Ramgopal,

            Thank you for sharing the article. I'm going to pass it on to my
            Science English class at Kuwait University.

            To Vance, where can we view the pictures sent to you by Sayed,
            please.

            Thanks, again, Ramgopal,Vance, and Sayed.

            Buth


            --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Ramgopal <ramgopal1941@v...>
            wrote:
            > Thanks Vance. Nice of you, indeed. I can understand your concern.
            > Bangalore is 300 km from Chennai (Madras) at 3000 ft above MSL.
            > One can imagine the plight of those affected.
            > I have a worldspace digital DTH radio receiver and listened to a
            broadcast from Radio Sweden (1330 UTC - "Sixty Degrees North") today
            over the World Radio Network. I was touched by the concern they have
            shown for 1400 odd Scandinavian tourists who went visiting tropical
            paradise hit by Tsunami, escaping from their winter. It is
            remarkable that Sweden has decided to observe Jan 1st 2005 as
            national day of mourning and flags will fly at half mast !!. Look
            how they care for their folks.
            >
            > Ideally all Governments of affected countries should have done
            something similar. I was horrified to see people here still planning
            to celebrate the New Year eve !!. We have to learn from the Swedes.
            >
            > By the way, what about animals (domestic and wild) that would
            have got caught in Tsunami ?.
            > Do they have 'Sixth sense" and managed to escape to higher
            grounds ?
            > Read on -----------------
            >
            > ********Tsunami Adds to Belief in Animals' 'Sixth Sense'
            > Thu Dec 30, 2004 01:31 PM GMT
            > By Ed Stoddard
            > JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Wild animals seem to have escaped the
            Indian Ocean tsunami, adding weight to notions they possess a "sixth
            sense" for disasters, experts said Thursday.
            >
            > Sri Lankan wildlife officials have said the giant waves that
            killed over 24,000 people along the Indian Ocean island's coast
            seemingly missed wild beasts, with no dead animals found.
            >
            > "No elephants are dead, not even a dead hare or rabbit. I think
            animals can sense disaster. They have a sixth sense. They know when
            things are happening," H.D. Ratnayake, deputy director of Sri
            Lanka's Wildlife Department, said Wednesday.
            >
            > The waves washed floodwaters up to 2 miles inland at Yala National
            Park in the ravaged southeast, Sri Lanka's biggest wildlife reserve
            and home to hundreds of wild elephants and several leopards. "There
            has been a lot of anecdotal evidence about dogs barking or birds
            migrating before volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. But it has not
            been proven," said Matthew van Lierop, an animal behavior specialist
            at Johannesburg Zoo.
            >
            > "There have been no specific studies because you can't really test
            it in a lab or field setting," he told Reuters.
            >
            > Other authorities concurred with this assessment.
            >
            > "Wildlife seem to be able to pick up certain phenomenon,
            especially birds ... there are many reports of birds detecting
            impending disasters," said Clive Walker, who has written several
            books on African wildlife.
            >
            > Animals certainly rely on the known senses such as smell or
            hearing to avoid danger such as predators.
            >
            > The notion of an animal "sixth sense" -- or some other mythical
            power -- is an enduring one which the evidence on Sri Lanka's
            battered coast is likely to add to.
            >
            > The Romans saw owls as omens of impending disaster and many
            ancient cultures viewed elephants as sacred animals endowed with
            special powers or attributes.
            >
            > The tsunami was triggered by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean
            Sunday. It killed tens of thousands of people in Asia and East
            Africa.
            >
            > © Reuters 2004. All Rights Reserved.**********
            >
            > Regards,
            > Ramgopal.
            >
            >
            >
            > ----- Original Message -----
            > From: Vance Stevens <vstevens@e...>
            > To: <efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com>
            > Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 06:05 PM
            > Subject: [efiwebheads] Re: how is everyone?
            >
            >
            > |
            > |
            > | Thanks Sayed,
            > |
            > | I received the photos you sent. I wonder if I should upload
            them to
            > | the photos area here. Please advise me if you think this would
            be
            > | ok. They were remarkable photos. I'm curious, where did you
            get
            > | them?
            > |
            > | As for what we can do, my wife and I think this is a good time
            for
            > | clearing out the junk that's been piling up around our house.
            I've
            > | got a box of clothes down in the car, and that was just one
            quick
            > | pass through the closets. Airlines here are providing free
            cargo
            > | space for such items. There are many people here from the
            affected
            > | areas requesting aid for loved ones, and Embassies and relief
            > | agencies such as the Red Crescent are organizing moving
            donations to
            > | where they can help the survivors.
            > |
            > | So that's one small thing I can think of that we can do.
            > |
            > | Hoping all Webheads are ok,
            > |
            > | Vance
            > |
            > |
            > | --- In efiwebheads@yahoogroups.com, Syed Iqbal <nofiljee@g...>
            wrote:
            > | > Dear Vance
            > | > Good to see this board alive. Although my country is not
            affected
            > | by
            > | > this natural disaster but I am deeply impressed by your
            > | thoughtfulness
            > | > for the displaced ones and your willingness to extend your
            > | assistance.
            > | >
            > | > Kind regards
            > | > Sayed
            > | >
            > | >
            > | > On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 09:29:42 +0400, vstevens <vstevens@e...>
            wrote:
            > | > > I'm looking for it Maggi. I'll send it along if I find it.
            > | > >
            > | > > While I'm here, I'm wondering if any Webheads were affected
            by
            > | the recent
            > | > > trajedy around the Indian Ocean. If they were we might
            never
            > | know, because
            > | > > people go inactive on our list for a number of reasons. But
            if
            > | you do live
            > | > > in the countries affected, you might write us and let us
            know
            > | you're ok.
            > | > >
            > | > > Also, if there's anything we can do to help, please let us
            know.
            > | > >
            > | > > Warm regards to all,
            > | > >
            > | > > Vance
            > |
            > |
            > |
            > |
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          • vstevens
            Thanks Syed, I ve set up a blog to show these thought provoking photos: http://tsunami2004.buzznet.com/user/?id=765900 Best to all, Vance Date: Fri, 31 Dec
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              Thanks Syed,

              I've set up a blog to show these thought provoking photos:

              http://tsunami2004.buzznet.com/user/?id=765900

              Best to all,

              Vance



              Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2004 10:10:03 +0500
              From: Syed Iqbal <nofiljee@...>
              Subject: Re: Re: how is everyone?

              Dear Vance
              Thanks for your email. These pics were forwarded by one of my friends
              and having seen your concerns about the affected people and that you
              would like to have some photos, I spared not a second to forward them
              to you. These are meant for everybody's awareness, so please feel free
              to upload them on the board.

              I love to see you sincere efforts to help the victims of this tragedy.
              In fact you have helped me to think that we can also help in this way.

              Keep in touch and have a nice day.

              Kind regards
              Sayed from Pakistan
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