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Re: [Re: paper request]

Well, this message made me wake up a little to exactly what i was asking. So,
since my web e-mail can't handle it, please send to my alternative e-mail:
dwlewis@rmii.com, and if you don't want to send them all at once (do to length
of time it would take), please send them seperately, like once a day, or once
a month, or whatever. THanks a million, all!

                                          Paleo lover,
                                          Caleb Lewis

"Mickey_Mortimer" <Mickey_Mortimer@email.msn.com> wrote:
> You wrote-
> >    Since I am still learning, and would like to expand my knowledge,
> > everyone e-mail me every paleontological paper they have on their
> computer?
> As much as I love helping people by providing information through e-mail
> such, this is a rather large order.  I'm only an amateur and I have
> Bambiraptor, Microraptor, Fukuiraptor, Scipionyx, Caudipteryx and
> Protarchaeopteryx (as well as many JVP abstracts and everything on
> Polyglot).  Those all total five megabytes or so.  I don't know about you,
> but I have a 56k modem.  If you do too, and I sent you those articles, your
> server would reach its max or you would have to wait forty minutes for your
> e-mail to be recieved (and I would have to wait that long to send them in
> any case).  And if all thirty or more listmembers with papers sent them to
> you.......let's just say it wouldn't be good.  Not to mention the time
> wasted on repeats that several people have.  Not to burst your bubble, but
> I'd be very surprised if this is the only e-mail about this you receive.
> But hey, we all have to start somewhere.  So, you can choose one article
> from those I listed above and I'll send it to you.  Good luck.
> Mickey Mortimer

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