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Topic: Multi-tasking or Multiple Personalities? (6 msgs / 82 lines)
1) From: Gene Smith
You know, John (Linux-by-choice, Wandering Curmudgeon & who knows how many 
others), your journey through the infinite possibities of email 
correspondence make it hard to know just whom I am talking to when I 
respond.  Is it like that in your head, too?
Gene Smith
down to just a couple of personalities, in Houston

2) From: John Abbott
On Saturday 09 April 2005 09:59, Gene Smith wrote:
   You have NO idea what its like living in my brain.  I see humor in 
almost everything and most of it is corny but none the less humorous.  
I've given some consideration to just coming clean and use my real name 
 and be done with it all.
   With your fast mind you obviously know that the Linux by Choice was 
my stealth reentry into the list.    And for sanitary reasons I keep 
the list separated from the rest of my mail and really require an alias 
John - gotta go and answer some of these voices in my head

3) From: David Johnson

4) From: Angelo
I'm not Gene, but I have to agree with you on the "humor is everywhere" 
idea. I don't see how anyone can look at the world around us and not be 
laughing all the time. The more "serious" the issue, the more hilarious the 
response....At almost 67,  I'm wondering if there is any chance of 
attaining "maturity"? I really hope not...

5) From: Justin Marquez
We all "grow older", but "growing up" is optional.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.comOn Apr 11, 2005 12:32 PM, Angelo  wrote:

6) From: Gene Smith
In our case, Angelo, I believe (as the techie-types would say) that 
eventuality approaches zero as a limit.
Gene Smith
who truly doesn't understand how humorless people survive

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