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tf11111 at tf11111 at
Wed Aug 26 01:37:57 UTC 1998

Dear Sir,
 Could you please take me off your list as I never asked to be put on it.
I think I am the victim of a practical joke.

Can you please reply and tell me that this has been done.

Thank You

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