Sprint's route filters and Europe

Cool. Off-shore oil leases bring a tidy sum. Government is trying
to emulate private enterprise these days. But careful when you open
this box. It could ... argh#$%. Kent is right on.

        /bill jones, and chargeback afficianado
        nasa ames research center

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