Gerald Levy (email@example.com)
Tue, 5 Oct 1999 17:19:19 -0400 (EDT)
From: Jurriaan Bendien <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: your health
Dear Prof. Itoh,
Ogenki desu ka ? I hope you are well. I am sorry about the trouble I caused
with the virus on OPE-L. It was my fault.
You said you were a bit worried. I hope you are no longer worried now.
I regret not being able to understand Japanese, because I would like to
read more about Japanese Marxian ideas in some peaceful moment. Thankfully
there are also magazines around such as AMPO which provide useful
Also, I would like to say "I am sorry" to two Japanese girls in the proper
way, because I feel I misbehaved a little in the past, but I don't know how
to say it, all I can say is "aisumasen". (and one of those girls I cannot
locate). It is important to have a correct attitude towards women, at least
if they treat you well, don't you think so ?
I wish you the best of everything when you need it.
At 02:50 PM 9/22/99 +0900, you wrote:
>Dear Allin, Chai-on, Ian and other friends;
>Chai-on's warning on a virus in my file gave me a shock. Therefore I scanned
>my PC by a recent anti-virus soft. The result is no contamination found in
>my PC. If the virus is w97m/melissa, as Chai-on says, my last attached files
>in the text form cannot be affected by that virus. Is there any other spots
>where my files were contaminated, if ever, outside of my PC on the way? Had
>I better not to use the attached files to communicate anymore? Would anyone
>give me advice on this matter?
>I am grateful for Allin's proposal to put my text on his website. Allin,
>please notify the OPE-L friends on this possibility. If you put my file of
>notes, it would be nicer, as there are some OPE-L friends who tried to read
>my files. Anyway text will appear as a chapter in my book Japanese Economy
>Reconsidered, though it will take some time.
>All the best,
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