RE: ISA Server 2000 SP2 and Windows 2003 SP1 VPN issues

And I love the lights that blink on and off
All around her head
And I love the clothes that she tries on and off
Landing on the bed

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From: Greg Mulholland [mailto:greg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
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I assume that you are not talking about bah bah black sheep, in which
case i would say Ray Davies, The Kinks??

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From: Jim Harrison [mailto:Jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2005 3:50 AM
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Yes, sir - yes sir; three bags full...

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The haggis is unusual in that it is neither consistently nocturnal nor diurnal, 
but instead is active at dawn and dusk (crepuscular), with occasional forays 
forth during the day and night. 


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