Rescue of Four Phase Systems mini-computer from Tampa (long)

From: Louis Schulman <>
Date: Fri Mar 2 16:40:05 2001

OK already! As the native Tampan water-carrier on this
expedition (well, native for 17 years, at least), I have to
say you guys (including Sellam) are really geeks. What's a
few rats, brown recluses or other bugs? We had a black
widow raising a family in a garbage can, so we took care of
her. We see a rattlesnake now and then. Yeah, and don't
feed the alligators (particularly in the Upper Keys, don't
feed the Crocodiles, they are real meanies).

You mamby-pamby babies. And you say you want adventure?
Ha, I say. Hanta virus? How about Ebola virus? How about
an alien abduction? Yaaaaaaaaaeeeeeeeee.......


On Fri, 02 Mar 2001 16:09:48 -0500, Chad Fernandez wrote:

>Here in Michigan, we are fortunate, not to have very many. In fact, I
>hadn't even heard of them until I lived in Missouri for awhile. I have
>since learned that we have a few in Michigan, but they normally stay
>south of us, do to the cold. I wouldn't even really know what one looks
>Chad Fernandez
>Michigan, USA
>Will Jennings wrote:
>> Blech, brown recluses!
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