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From:     Robert Hillard <rob@?????.org>
Date:     Tue, 30 Aug 1994 13:53:39 -0700 (PDT)
Subject:  Re: Jammer Definition
No it's not a joke.  The original Windjammers only real method of stoping
was hitting the beach.

Blessings

Rob Hillard  rob@?????.org

Diplomacy - - The fine art of saying nice doggy whilst looking for a rock.

Have the kind of day you deserve.

On Tue, 30 Aug 1994 rebecca_glenn@???.com wrote:

>
> <Windjammer: n.  Item propelled by wind until it jams
> <into an immovable object (i.e. coastline).
>
> Is this a joke? I just got hold of a real dictionary, and it says a windjammer
> is a sailing vessel, and can also refer to a crewmember of that vessel.
>
> rlg
> the reaper
> "That's *arrogant* silth bitch."
>                 -- Merika, the rogue silth (Darkwar Trilogy, Glen Cook)
>
>
>


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SubjectFromDate (UTC)
Jammer Definition    phantom@????.????.???.edu    29 Aug 1994 23:57:54
Re: Jammer Definition    rebecca_glenn@???.com    30 Aug 1994 12:29:02
Re: Jammer Definition    Robert Hillard    30 Aug 1994 20:53:39
Re: Jammer Definition    phantom@????.????.???.edu    01 Sep 1994 12:15:11

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