Date: Thu, 20 Oct 1994 19:57:02 -0500 From: Natalie Maynor Subject: Bounced Mail **************************************************************** REMINDER: WHEN INCLUDING A PREVIOUS LIST POSTING IN SOMETHING YOU'RE SENDING TO THE LIST, BE SURE TO EDIT OUT ALL REFERENCES TO ADS-L IN THE HEADERS. **************************************************************** > Subject: ADS-L: error report from ACDCA.ITT.COM > > The enclosed mail file, found in the ADS-L reader and shown under the spoolid > 0685 in the console log, has been identified as a possible delivery error > notice for the following reason: "Sender:", "From:" or "Reply-To:" field > pointing to the list has been found in mail body. > > ------------------ Message in error (44 lines) ------------------------- > Date: Thu, 20 Oct 94 14:46:24 PDT > From: benson[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] (Peter Benson) > Subject: Re: Forty-eleven > > > Date: Thu, 20 Oct 1994 14:01:38 EDT > > From: SHANE J SALLEE > > Subject: Forty-eleven > > > > I was wondering if anybody out there has ever heard of the > expression forty-eleven. I used to live in Lexington, > Kentucky and never heard of this until I moved up to Carter > County, Kentucky. At first, I thought, "What the hell?" > But now, it's become common place to me and I say all the > time. For those of you who need a definition(Lori, my God, > quit staring over my shoulder), forty-eleven is a > number that is not defined. It can mean a few or very many > things in a group. Anyway, before I was interrupted, I just > wanted to see if this was common anyplace else other than > here. > > > > Thanks a whole forty-eleven bunch, > > > > Shane Sallee > > > I am only familiar with forty-eleven from an old comic book I read in my youth. > I believe it was Mighty Mouse. > > What about umpteen or umpty-ump as other dialect terms for an unspecified or > very large number of things. > > Peter Benson, Ph.D. | ITT Aerospace/Communications Division > phone: (619)578-3080 | 10060 Carroll Canyon Road > fax: (619)578-5371 | San Diego, CA 92131 > email: benson[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] or Peter_Benson[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] or benson[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]