The following memo -- written by NebCorp Corporate Avatar
Joseph Doyle, U.L.C. -- was posted externally to an
Internet-based public information forum. The memo reflects
Avatar Doyle's deep personal concern with pollution
and dangerous chemical substances in our everyday
environment. These chemicals effect all of us now,
and, more importantly, our future generations.
Under Avatar Doyle's leadership, NebCorp has taken an
active public stance against this hazardous chemical.
Furthermore, at great personal risk, NebCorp workers
have committed themselves to take a leading role
in monitoring and safely disposing this material
for your benefit.
NebCorp is committed to keeping this substance
away from the abusers and from those who would
use this chemical to harm, coerce, and deprive us.
Rest assured that NebCorp is making your world -- a
world which it rules -- a safer world.
>From: Rev. Joe Doyle
>Subject: Re: That red gunk (was Re: Red stuff on sidewalks
>Date: 19 Dec 1998 19:22:53 GMT
>Organization: Nebcorp, Inc.
"Di-hydrogen monoxide is known as the "Universal
Solvent", and is well deserving of its evil reputation!
In addition to being highly corrosive, physically
destructive when applied in large volume, and conducive
to automobile accidents when applied in small volume to
our streets, it is also a highly addictive chemical
substance. If addicts are deprived of their fix for
as little as three days, the mortality rate is as high
as 50%! And yet, with all that against it, most
children say that they have "easy access" to it in the
halls of our very schools! We must rise up and stamp
out this hydrated menace, for the good of ourselves, for
the good of our future, for the welfare of the