LINGUIST List 5.317

Mon 21 Mar 1994

FYI: Updated UMass GLSA List, Journal of Irreproducible Results

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  1. Zvi Gilbert, Updated UMass GLSA Pub. List
  2. Mark Dionne x5551, "AN OWED TO SPELL CHEQUER" -- Copyrighted material!

Message 1: Updated UMass GLSA Pub. List

Date: Sat, 19 Mar 1994 12:18:55 Updated UMass GLSA Pub. List
From: Zvi Gilbert <zgilberttitan.ucs.umass.edu>
Subject: Updated UMass GLSA Pub. List

The March 15, 1994 edition of the UMass--GLSA Publication list is available:

short form: email glsalinguist.umass.edu or on the Linguist LISTSERV
long form: email glsalinguist.umass.edu or ftp
 linguistics.archive.umich.edu
in the directory
 linguistics/papers/available

ZG, comp. ass't to GLSA
glsalinguist.umass.edu
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Message 2: "AN OWED TO SPELL CHEQUER" -- Copyrighted material!

Date: Thu, 17 Mar 94 15:37:16 ES"AN OWED TO SPELL CHEQUER" -- Copyrighted material!
From: Mark Dionne x5551 <mdmarvin.hq.ileaf.com>
Subject: "AN OWED TO SPELL CHEQUER" -- Copyrighted material!

Someone recently forwarded to me an item from your list
which starts like this:

 Date: Mon, 21 Feb 1994 08:47:50 +0800 (PST)
 From: alan harris <vcspc005huey.csun.edu>
 Subject: "AN OWED TO SPELL CHEQUER"

 FOR YOUR AMUSEMENT (VIA DON BROWNLEE AND THANKS TO SAME):

 Take a brake and sea what your spell checker can do fore
 yew. This just in and I thawed you'd like it.

 An Owed to the Spelling Checker
 ===============================

 I have a spelling checker
 It came with my PC

This appears to be copied from the Jan/Feb issue of
The Journal for Irreproducible Results, where it was
entitled "Candidate for a Pullet Surprise" and written
by Jerold H. Zar from Northern Illinois University.

I know that the urge to distribute this masterpiece
is hard to suppress, but it is copyrighted material,
and no permission to copy it was granted. Please do
not distribute it further without permission. Please
forward this message to those who may have received
a copy.

Sincerely and irreproducibly,
Mark Dionne, Associate Editor, The Journal of Irreproducible Results
mdileaf.com

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