Which is why I depended on what Ben sent. Presumably he appended the aka
Ben to the message to make it clear that it was being ascribed to him,
and I misread it. My apology, I should have checked. All I can say is
that it was late, and as I told Barry, I'm living the life of the sleep
deprived with a newborn, and sometimes the obvious, judicious and careful
thing to do goes right past me.
On Thu, 13 Oct 1994, Rich Skrenta wrote:
> > In this Times, a declaration of war is attributed to a character and
> > faction (falsely, I might note), and there is an "aka Ben" after it.
> I searched the latest Times for @pbm.com, "aka", "a.k.a", and "ben",
> and I can't figure out what you are talking about.
> Rich Skrenta <firstname.lastname@example.org>