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From: Pat Oliver <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Garbage on DNA in Dick Eastman's Plus Edition
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 17:43:36 -0600
References: <006201c3ef5e$f5380780$1f8536cb@pc><402811DD.000001.00872@computer><Pine.SOL.4.51.0402091807290.23639@gamera.syr.edu>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.SOL.4.51.0402091807290.23639@gamera.syr.edu>


>Debby,
>
>No there is no URL to view this particular article, because it is one of
>the "PLUS version only" articles which is not freely posted, and it would
>be a violation of the stated copyright to repost that material here.
>
>Since Dick was not the author, he could not simply re-post that article
>here to this list either.
>
>-- Sorry,
> Mary Taffet
>
>
>On Mon, 9 Feb 2004, Debby Reagan wrote:
>
>> For those of us who do not subscribed to this newsletter,
>> is there an URL to view this?
>> I'd like to read it before agreeing or disagreeing with
>> anyone about it.
>>
>> Warm Regards from maine,
>> Debby Reagan
>>
>> *****************************************
>> The latest Eastman newsletter has an article on an alleged conspiracy on
>> genealogists, (after a fair serve at
>> doctors and motor mechanics!) which I am sure others on this list will
>> protest about. We need the public to
>> understand this new technology for genealogy and population history.
>> I sent this note to Dick Eastman.
> >
>>

I wonder if this is not just another attempt to publicize a
commercial newsletter using a high interest mail list. I've never
heard of either the publisher or the person who posted the original
"alarm". Who cares?
--
Pat Oliver



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