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Iridium, 2. by Iridium

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                  IRIDIUM MAGAZINE ISSUE #2 INFORMATION

        Well, here is Iridium #2. A long way from Iridium #1, but its
        here. Hope you all enjoy it.

        NOTE: It is reccomended that you do NOT run Iridium under
              Desqview. It may cause some problems w/ the ansi
              displays.

        Once inside the magazine, use the following keys.

        At the config screen:

        ENTER to Select.
        V to Preview Interface.

        In the magazine:

        F1 - Help
        F2 - Change Interface
        F3 - Change Font

        Any feedback you may have, we are interested in. Please contact
        me (Raistlin) on the WHQ -- The Shadowlands, or on any of the
        Iridium Headquarter boards. If you wish to contribute, or be
        a member of Iridium, please follow the same process.

        Its been a long time, and a hard track. Its all for you. Read
        and enjoy.

        AND NOW! -- THE ALWAYS WORTHLESS, IRIDIUM GREETS!

        Metal Head: The ship's safer with you, thanks for all the art.
        Excalibur: A million possibilities, a flawless performance!
        Kronos: Do something for Iridium! Bastard! :)
        Cool T: I didn't make him do it! Don't blame me! Waaahh..
        Shihear Kallizad: Umm.. Thanks for article, was it painful?
        Corwin: Phone calls, phone calls, and more! I owe ya!
        Xerobe: The 3 Jews of iCE!
        Marshal Law: No DIZ? Oh well, thanks for the interview.
        Wharf Rat: A boy! Weee, remember to wait 6 weeks.
        Special Ed: Umm... Dude, dude, dude, dude, ya shouldn't hate me.
        X: Aw shucks, thanks for letting me in #warez. Geez. :)
        Elminster: Can't wait for next month, eh? :)
        Golgatha: Interesting article.. Yeah. Umm.. Informative. :)
        Asriel: Thanks for the book.
        Red Alert: Get that blood off your shirt yet?
        Cavalier: Temper, temper... :)
        Danzig: Do ansi again! You're an ansi god! O-gay? O-gay?
        JED: Stop smoking, or snorting, or whatever so often.
        Snyper: You don't call 30 times a day anymore! Whoa!
        Battle Lord: Getting any sleep yet? Paintball soon! :)
        Quazar: You wanna be staff, you have to pay too! :)
        Kinayda: Ya had to become Gothic, didn't you! :)
        Cardiac Arrest: You are the king of conferences! :)
        Black Sabbath: Weed, weed...
        Bane: I was only kidding on the conference. Damn. Au revoir.
        Sand: Eagerly awaiting that ansi! Ya! Seriously, can't wait.
        Glenn Danzig: I'm a co on your board? Hmmph. Ok! :)
        Crewl Blade: Thanks for the diz, can't wait for the interface!


        Yes, that's a lot of greets. Too bad. If I didn't include you its
        because you aren't COOL ENOUGH TO BE GREETED. Or.. it could be I'm
        too stupid to remember I wanted to greet you. Either one.

        -- Thanks to the following for help testing the mag:

                        Soul Rebel, Wharf Rat, Darkman, and Asriel.
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