E-Mail Virus Warning

Shaun D. Black SHAUN at JASON.UTHCT.EDU
Tue Nov 19 10:00:09 EST 1996


Greetings Colleagues,

     I know that many of us are aware that the "Good Times Virus" is a
hoax, but I wanted to clue any of us that received a scare with the
e-mail that there is no such thing as "Good Times".  It is a hoax cooked
up by a couple of people at AOL about two years ago.  Believe me that the
_hoax_ is real, as witnessed to the fact that these messages still traverse
the internet, but don't fall victim to it.  Simply delete the e-mail and
go on with your life in peace.  Best regards,  Shaun

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  = Shaun D. Black, PhD   | Internet address:     shaun at jason.uthct.edu = 
  = Dept. of Biochemistry | University of Texas Health Center, at Tyler = 
  = World Wide Web:    http://pegasus.uthct.edu/UTHCT-Home/Welcome.html =
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p.s. If you want to know more about the "Good Times" hoax, go to Web Crawler,
Lycos, Alta Vista, Hot Bot or your favorite search engine and look it up.
There are a couple of good "historical" sites that will bring you up to date.



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