RE: An odd addition to the axis of evil

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Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 11:27:41 GMT

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    Right wingers having fun? Puppy dogs, sacks and canals spring to mind...

    Good of you to check up on that though.


    > >Dear Ray,
    > >
    > >You weren't able to find the results to that Question of the Week because
    > >the polls aren't archived for the public. But it's true: France was the
    > >run-away winner.
    > >
    > >However, I'm not certain that our readers weren't just having a little
    > bit
    > >of fun.
    > >
    > >Best,
    > >JVL
    > >
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