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>You're right at the Frankie but we covered that
>a few months ago already (November or something).
>If you're interested in the
>thread on that subject go back to the archives and
>start reading from my posting
>`Debunking Pseudoscience: Why horoskopes really work'.
Thanks. I subscribed to this list way back in 1999, but with my
shortage of time and your longage of traffic, I was never more than
an Erratic Lurker. In December I found I had a little more time so I
went into Full Lurk mode and am trying to catch up on some of the
back posts that I still have on my machine. I have worked my way
through August and September. Sorry for the redundancy.
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