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gmail 4 troops

that's so awesome and now i feel like a moron for searching for my own. so instead of asking enigmans who could give to this great cause I posted to a gmail swap site.

I'll give a free celebrity froud oracle reading for an invite...Does anyone know of other swap sites?
I was never one for begging so this seemed a cool way to try and get one at the same time using my powers...for good :)

faith


Steve Lyons wrote on 8/19/2004, 11:05 PM:

> Just saw this on the nanog mailing list. If any of ya'll have any
> extra gmail invites that you don't know what to do with, please
> consider sending them here...
>
> http://www.gmail4troops.com
>
> Thanks,
>
> Steve
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