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On Oct 31, 2007, at 5:16 PM, Gerard Madden, SE wrote:

Chris, it came in snail mail in a big envelope and it's definitely from ASCE. Publisher's Clearinghouse Style.
I still don't believe it's truly from the ASCE. Not with the crappy English. Not even the ASME (and they are having financial problems) would do something like that. If you know someone in ASCE, you might want to mention that someone's got their mailing list. What makes you think it isn't faked? What was actually sent? How much bad English is there in the rest of it?

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