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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: VIRKUS Warning
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 1997 17:17:43 -1000
James C. Woodard wrote:
> > So ---- you appear to be just like the little old man in Dubuque who
> > didn't know what he thought --- until he heard what he had to say. [DSH]
> > Virkus still deserves an F. [DSH]
> Could you run that one by me again?, I'm a little old man from Dubuque and
> I don't know what to think.
You didn't realize I was psychic --- did you? Greetings to the
Actually, if you read it slowly and carefully --- with gusto --- one
more time, I think the true meaning will come through.
All Best Wishes.
D. Spencer Hines --- "Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed Nomini Tuo da
gloriam, propter misericordiam Tuam et veritatem Tuam." Henry V,
[1387-1422] King of England --- Ordered it to be sung by his prelates
and chaplains --- after the Battle of Agincourt, 25 Oct 1415, --- while
every able-bodied man in his victorious army knelt, on the ground.
[Psalm CXV, Verse I]
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