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RE: Cuban Amateur Need Help

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Posted by Stephen Campbell on May 11, 2000 14:59:51 UTC

I`ll send you a 6"blank and some grit & some tile,if you pay shipping,i got plenty of these
and its no problem,here is my political view:
first of all this whole Elian Gonzalas thing
really isnt any of the usa`s business anyhow
the usa has a big problem with getting involved
in the affairs of other nations in my opinion.
The media is mostly to blame for this as well
as alot of other problems such as shootings at
schools and threats of such,they drum it up and
blow it all out of proportian.what the world needs
is more of the atm type people and i would almost
guarantee there would be far less hatred and
violence in this world,kids in particular these
days seem to have no direction in life,no hobbies
telescope making is one of the best alternate paths to a more enlightened existance.
who among us could trust clinton or castro,i place both of these jokers in the same catagory,along with all the fools who follow them.
ordinary citizens in cuba and other countrys need knowledge and a limited amount of materials far
more than the millions or billions of dollars which are wasted every year and almost never benifit the average citizen in that country.

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