I have been wondering about that thing growing on the side of my head, or it
is just the bumps that I have gotten since I have been into wireless?

Nice to see you too Jack.  
Climb any mountains lately? :-) 

Victoria

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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wi-Fi causes leukemia and brain tumors

Prudent Avoidance (playing it safe) ???

Owww, owww.... stop hitting me :)


Take care Victoria (long-time, no see - I was glad to hear that you're doing
OK).

Best wishes,
              jack


Victoria wrote:
> A Canadian University recently banned Wi-Fi due to unproven health risks.
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/02/22/canada_uni_wifi_ban/
> 
> Victoria Proffer
> www.StLouisBroadBand.com
> 314-974-5600
> 

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