Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 25259
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2002/7/2 [Computer/SW/Mail] UID:25259 Activity:kinda low
7/1     What's the best file swapping client to grab a copy of war3?
        \_ Just do it the old fashion way... usenet.
        \_ Got mine from usenet.  Works great.
        \_ http://www.easynews.com  Best 8 bucks/month I ever spent.  -John
           \_ obYermom
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