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Posted by Leesa on June 13, 2003 20:32:23 UTC

Oh, by the way, I'm so happy you noticed where my name was derived from Yanniru. Not a great name - the girl was a little hussy in Greek mythology, but I wasn't aware of that when I first got it - should have gone with a Saturn moon.
Wow, you were right Yanniru, you really piss people off. Apparently, Whomi's one of them. Is she/he right? Are you a religionist more than a scientist? That's ok. I hold that they are the same thing and that they completely comply - but our understanding is lacking on both of them.
Dang! Whomi, those are some pretty heavy railments. Are you bitter? Be honest. :[
Oh, you don't have to worry about me being the "star guy". I'm not. And what kind assumption was THAT just because my resume is non-existent? You won't even give us your [expletive deleted] name! What does that say about you? Alias? Criminal?? Alien from a not-so-distant galaxy??? I mean HONESTLY! What is this world coming to when a person won't give their full name, age, address, phone number, and favorite pet's name over the internet?
Have a nice life Whomi, if you want it to be happy, I suggest giving up paranoia.

Lysithea (a.k.a Geekgirl - that's me!)

p.s. Oh, yeah, Yanniru, don't let the worms get to you!

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