The Sig Thing was Re: [ILUG] Got My First Linux Book
paul at clubi.ie
Fri Apr 23 14:32:16 IST 2004
On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, ccostelloe at flogas.ie wrote:
> Is that not a bit like tearing up an invoice and then expecting not
> to have to pay it? The sig has already been received by ilug.
This is the second time I'm asking you this question: how, pray tell,
can emails unilaterally impose legally binding conditions on the
PS: Where's the €500 which you _clearly_ owe ? Please get in touch
ASAP regarding this matter. (indeed, with this email, it's now
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