> From: Pamela Highet <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Road to Rune.
> Date: Friday, December 20, 1996 12:12 PM
> At 08:13 AM 20/12/96 +0900, Shannon wrote:
> >To Ian Pritchard:
> >Talking about Buzz Lightyear, I work at a Burger King here on Okinawa
> >we have been swamped with those stupid toys and stupid customers wanting
> >those stupid dolls. I hate them. As far as I am concerned Buzz is a
> > I like Woody and there is no way in hell, I would drive down the block
> >much less 2000 miles for one.
> Just curious Shannon, how many kiddies do the two of you have?
> >> From: Ian Pritchard <[log in to unmask]>
> >> To: [log in to unmask]
> >> Subject: Road to Rune.
> >> Date: Friday, December 20, 1996 5:46 AM
> >> Fellow celts.
> >> I'm not known for being lyrical, but while out battling with the
> >> get the only Buzz Lightyear in 2000 miles, I saw a beautiful brooch
> >> runic inscription. the jeweller (said the blurb) took the idea from
> >> a stone age tomb on the Orkneys from 3000 BC.
> >> What inspired the runes wasn't the chamber itself - but the graffiti
> >> into it by grave robbing Vikings. the inscription apparently reads
> >> 'Reflecting times past and present'. Isn't that cool? A good motto for
> >> list, I feel.
> >> Not being a linguist, the brooch might well say 'Orkney Cheddar. Once
> >> keep in fridge'. But it's a nice thought, anyway!
> >> Happy christmas people. Hope it all goes well, and may you all get the
> >> Lightyears you hoped for!
> >> MacIsh.