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June 28, 2006

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Haven't got a subscription ... but judging by your post - congratulations!

Ta Stevo

Congrats, Drew B! Nice post re: Chris Green as well - have posted it to http://newpr.crispynews.com/

Dunnohowumissedit either, Drew.

Of course, had you invested in a Fullrun subscription, you would have known . . . Sheesh, I think we covered that on Tuesday 20 June.

Put that Google juice to good use, now. . .

;-)

Peter

very pleased you have been hailed as one of the 29 under 29. got in there just in time eh?not that i am biased or anything....from your wife

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