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From Wed Dec  6 17:54:03 PST 1995
Article: 15230 of alt.revisionism
From: (Hilary Ostrov)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Something Slightly Seasonal (in pinkish punk)
Date: Wed, 06 Dec 1995 20:30:26 GMT
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'Twas the night before Christmas and in alt.rev house
	Little Tommie was stirring and fondling his mouse
As he sat in his chair, he gave it a swivel
	And sent forward more of his 'lectronic drivel
He sat as he pondered, and looked at his screen
	"Oh why can't these people just say what I mean?"

These questions they ask are way beyond vexing
	And reading for him is just too perplexing
"Why should I" he cries, "I gave them explicits
	And Fraudian URL's and other illicits -
I do my best and I send out my posts
	And they send responses as scary as ghosts."

He scowls at his legal pad, counting their tricks
	A column for *this* 'cause that's _where_ the mouse clicks
"Now this one," he says, "is good for my file -
	The one where I keep the menorah denial."
He jumps out of his chair and dances a jig
	But the printer, alas, almost crashes his rig.

"They're at it again demanding an URL"
	He says, as the toes on his naked feet curl.
But with a clap of his hands and a glance at the stocking
	He plots ways to end this boasted of mocking.
"I know just the click to drive them all flippers -
	I'll post while I'm wearing my new pink punk slippers."

Hilary Ostrov
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