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Subject: Re: exclusive reporting - 4th round as it happens

Author: lukowicz

Date: 06:38:56 10/28/97

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On October 28, 1997 at 09:27:28, Chris Whittington wrote:

>
>On October 28, 1997 at 09:20:44, Steven Schwartz wrote:
>
>>On October 28, 1997 at 09:08:43, Robert Hyatt wrote:
>>
>>>On October 28, 1997 at 09:07:16, Robert Hyatt wrote:
>>>
>>>>On October 28, 1997 at 09:02:58, Steven Schwartz wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>Chris,
>>>>>ICD/Your Move will pick up the expense of phone calls up to $200 or the
>>>>>equivalent cost in beers, but it is impractical that we call Germany
>>>>>from the U.S.. So all we need is a volunteer in Europe to make the calls
>>>>>and post in CCC immediately as information comes in. That person and
>>>>>Thorsten can split the money or beers. No drinking on the job, however;
>>>>>we want accurate gamescores:-]
>>>>>Steve
>>>>
>>>>As always, Steve's a good man.  Now keep those reports from the black
>>>>hole of information technology flowing.  :)
>>>>
>>>>BTW, I won't charge a penny for updating the cross-table.  :)
>>>>
>>>>Bob
>>>
>>>Damn I hate to follow-up myself.  But Steve:  you ought to post a notice
>>>of this in r.g.c.c so everyone will know there is *some* way to get
>>>information.  I can't get to it at present.  Haven't been able to read
>>>usenet news for 48 hours for some reason...
>>
>>Why shouldn't you talk to yourself like the rest of us normal people?
>>I did post yesterday in R.G.C.C. as soon as Dirk was nice enough to
>>post the gamescores here. I hesitate to post again right now because we
>>need someone in Europe to volunteer to make the phone calls to Thorsten
>>and post here. When we are confident that we have that in place, then
>>we should be telling the public. So who's volunteering?  Steve
>
>
>Great. Spoke to Thorsten, he is really pleased that his phone bill will
>get picked up, thanks Steve. Also this now means that he will be able to
>call out more often (since on calling him, you can get hstuck with
>Deutche Telophone D2 lines busy, and they don;t try to cre-route to him
>- annoying. His calling out, however,  is usually foolproof.)
>
>All we need now is somebody in Europe, who is in good phone contact to
>volunteer to be Thorstens' intermediary.
>
>Chris Whittington



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