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Spam on newsgroups to advertise an overpriced advertising medium, surely something to be applauded. By Pauls pricing his 'Advertise Here' logo would cost 1000 pounds per year. I'm sure there are better and cheaper ways for RISC OS companies to advertise. Hey they could send their spam to csa.announce as well, it worked for Paul he got a drobe article out of it. Hey, I know, for 100 quid you can buy my drobe avatar and url. I promise I'll post on every article this year.

 is a RISC OS Userflibble on 19/1/06 4:56PM
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