On 11/03/2010 09:33 AM, Thorsten Behrens wrote:
Thank-you for that information...it helps me "place" where things
are....it's been a bit
confusing...but I'm sure everything will stabilize and take a life of
its own (as it seems
Robert Boehm wrote:
HI all....just wondering what the PLAN is before final release of LO 3.3.0.
we've branched off the 3.3 code line on Monday, expect new binaries
to already have!)
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(1) Never use an elevator in a building that has been hit by a nuclear
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(4) Don't attempt communication with dead people; it will only lead to
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(6) Put your hand over your mouth when you sneeze; internal organs
will be scarce in the post-nuclear age.
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(9) Nutritionally, hundred dollar bills are equal to ones, but more
sanitary due to limited circulation.
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