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RE: [sharechat] I Dunno


From: <philip@goodreturns.co.nz>
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 22:12:54 +1300


We're here!
I can't tell people what they can and can't talk about.
The challenge - if you don't like what others are talking about - is to
create a discussion about something else.
For instance: What stocks do you like at the moment?
Philip
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-----Original Message-----
From: sharechat-owner@sharechat.co.nz
[mailto:sharechat-owner@sharechat.co.nz]On Behalf Of J Insley
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 9:47 PM
To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
Subject: [sharechat] I Dunno

Woody quotes an irrelevant post....marshall law....viruses under the
bed....endless cycles.....perfect universe and mathematics...random walks in
an orderly manner....the gift wrapping surrounding existence.....governed by
the golden mean of 1.618....proportions of the pentagram....bicameral
formations...questions to an eternal answer.   Just some phrases gathered
over the last few days.                  Sharechat.Hello,are you there?  The
patients have taken over.


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