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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Countess Ida and the Bradenstoke Cartulary
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 17:25:34 -1000
Vide infra. "Trotsky" sticks his head up out of the grass.
D. Spencer Hines
"Well, that's what I mean. You know, if all the people who are named
...deny it....That's all, I mean, I expect them to come looking into it and
interview you and everything, uh, but I just think that if everybody's on
record denying it you've got no problem.....I wonder if I'm going to be
blown out of the water with this. I don't see how they can...if they don't,
if they don't have pictures."
Governor Bill Clinton --- Telephonic Advice to Gennifer Flowers 
Tom Cain wrote in message
>As for DSH. Thankfully, I have him kill-filed again after much abuse
>he heaped on me on soc.hist.med a couple of weeks ago. It seems to me
>his blow-hard attitude to the academic world [???] betokens an [sic] deeply
>underlying sense on [sic] insecurity. There's an old saying where I come
>from - The ears of he [sic???] who speaks too much are only accustomed to
>agreement. I think it fits. I'm happy that, even if he rails against
>me, I won't hear him.
And this fellow is teaching eighth graders how to write, think and spell?
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