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In case you're interested (which you're probably not) this is the original newgroup message for alt.fan.pratchett.announce. My choice of wording in the newsgroups line was a little ill-advised.. let's just say that there apparently really is a market for pubic wigs. Oh, and sorry for the embarrassing signature on this post. I was young...

From afpa-mod@frink.demon.co.uk Thu Nov 17 09:21:09 1994
Control: newgroup alt.fan.pratchett.announce moderated
Newsgroups: controlalt.fan.pratchett.announce.ctl
From: Alt.fan.pratchett.announce Moderator <afpa-mod@frink.demon.co.uk>
Subject: cmsg newgroup alt.fan.pratchett.announce moderated
Approved: afpa-mod@frink.demon.co.uk
Message-ID: <afpa-newgroup1-mpk@frink.demon.co.uk>
Sender: mpk@frink.demon.co.uk (Mike Knell)
Organization: UK Centre for Lemur Fandom
Date: Thu17 Nov 1994 12:50:00 GMT
Lines: 21
Xref: uunet control:1388195

As discussed and agreed in alt.fan.pratchett and fielded in alt.config, here's the newgroup message for alt.fan.pratchett.announce (moderated).

Group status: moderated
Group submission address: afpa-mod@frink.demon.co.uk
Moderator contact address: afpa-mod@frink.demon.co.uk

The purpose of the group is for low-traffic announcements concerning things Terry Pratchett-related, which would otherwise have got lost in the mists of a.f.p, and also to provide an information newsgroup for those people who don't want to follow the group religiously to catch interesting things. Enjoy! -- mpk@frink.demon.co.uk

For your newsgroups file:
alt.fan.pratchett.announce Announcements about pubic wigs and book signings.

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