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Subject: Re: Online (Dennis Wish - Don't Read This)

In a message dated 97-11-03 17:08:18 EST, you write:

 There is an opportunity, for those who feel as I do, to let our illustrious
 leaders know what we think. I encourage all of you who have enjoyed Online
 the past six years to send an e-mail message to:
Bill, thank you for voicing your oppinion. I too was very disapointed in not
finding Dennis Wish's "publication" in the SEAOSC & SEAOC news letter. His
articles are always so refreshing and very useful and helpful. Whenever I had
a computer (or program) related question, Dennis is always willing to help BY
I really wonder, if SEAOC & SEAOSC really know how much Dennis is really
appreciated by this audience!!!!

Tony Luisoni