[Histonet] Texians

Philip Oshel peoshel <@t> wisc.edu
Wed Mar 30 14:12:54 CST 2005

Most North Americans don't know what Chile is -- or where.
Or did you mean "chili", widely known for destroying gastric mucosa? 
Mine, anyway -- I prefer to save it for cheese and beer.


>Only problem is, Texians don't know what CHILE is...
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