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Philip Hind

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ET users in the UK can hear your esteemed editor's dulcet tones on Radio 4's "Making History" this Friday afternnon.

But I'd make other plans if I were you.

Phil
 

George Behe

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Phil wrote:

>ET users in the UK can hear your esteemed >editor's dulcet tones on Radio
>4's "Making History" this Friday afternnon.

Hi, Phil!

Will you be doing your Frank Sinatra impression? :)

All my best,

George
 

Mike Herbold

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Dear Esteemed Editor:
If we can put a man on the moon, surely you could somehow tape those dulcet tones for your many fans here in the colonies so that we could listen through our computors. Or maybe you could get the BBC to re-broadcast it? Are you allowed to give us a hint as to the subject matter?
 

Pat Cook

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You know, Phil, I have often wondered what you sound like. 'Course, I have also wondered what you would call a fly if it didn't have wings. In either case, it just goes to show I have WAY too much time on my hands.

Your Texas connection,
Cook
 

Philip Hind

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That's bee, not Behe.

Anyway the interview is about ET in general and Robert Hichens in particular. One of his relatives wrote in and asked about him, they found some information on him on ET and that led them to enquire about the site itself.

I only took the interview because I fancied the presenter.

"... as he secretly carves one more notch on the butt of his gold handled cane ..."
 
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Elaine Barnes

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Why do I feel like a voyeur when I read some of these messages?
 
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