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Scott Silva ssilva at
Fri Feb 15 23:08:53 GMT 2008

on 2/15/2008 2:09 PM Glenn Steen spake the following:
> On 15/02/2008, Scott Silva <ssilva at> wrote:
>> on 2/15/2008 5:44 AM Glenn Steen spake the following:
>>> On 15/02/2008, --[ UxBoD ]-- <uxbod at> wrote:
>>>> yippe :) cleared all perl modules and re-installed. all works now. that was fun ;) thanks all.
>>>>  Regards,
>>> Phew, another suspected p record problem bites the dust! Good, since
>>> I'm seriously out of time, if I'm to be able go downhill skiing next
>>> week:-).
>>> Cheers
>> Hopefully, you don't "bite the dust" like last year when you broke your leg!  ;-P
>> Safe trip!!
> Ehm, two years ago.... and that was riding the kids bob-like-sleigh
> (classic STIGA snow racer, for those in the know:-). Have "bitten the
> dust" numerous times in the past, downhill skiing, never so much as
> sprained a finger....:-). So it should be safe....:-)
> But thanks for the thought Scott!
> Cheers
How time flies when you are having fun!
Seems like just last winter.

I guess the memory is the second thing to go ... can't seem to recollect the 
first!  ;-)

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