RE: reply-manual and copyright laws

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From:Janice Mahoney <>
To:Ian Montgomery <>,
Date:Thu, 11 Mar 1999 08:20:15 -0600
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Oh Ian,
You can forget the part about the broken glass but my house needs to be
cleaned, my windows are dirty and I hate to cook.  Will you put your
elbow(grease) where your mouth is?
Jan Mahoney
Omaha, NE
At 09:48 AM 3/11/99 +0000, Ian Montgomery wrote:
>>From: "Mark & Carrie Byrne" <>
>>To: "Ian Montgomery" <>
>>Subject: RE: reply-manual and copyright laws
>>Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 18:01:40 -0800
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>>i take offense ;-) at the assumption that all "ladies" have "sensitive"
>>ears.....i'd love to "hear" some of the other expressions.....
>>carrie kyle-byrne
>	Please, no offense was meant. For me, women are the epitomy of
>things glorious and wonderful. If asked, I would drop to the knees and
>crawl over broken glass for you. Then do your housework, clean the windows,
>iron the clothes and make your dinner.
>	As you are well aware men are pretty nasty things, untidy, bad
>habits, which we think are funny and when bonding with our fellows, we talk
>dirty. This ranges from the mild and humorous to the real toilet stuff. A
>remark about copyright brought the wrath of Histotechnology down on Mark,
>what would happen if I said something offensive to just one member of our
>	I have gone through the repertoire of , no money, but am really not
>sure what would cause least offense to the various English dialects. In
>Scotland we have a broad spectrum, other countries must be the same.
>Perhaps when we meet we can continue this discussion over a few glasses.
>Dr. Ian Montgomery,
>West Medical Building,
>University of Glasgow,
>G12 8QQ,
>Tel: 0141 339 8855 Extn. 6602.
>Fax: 0141 330 4100.

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