From: (Message Meister)
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 1996 09:30:02 -0500 (EST)

Greetings. After the wonderful long weekend, we are all back, perhaps
sleepier than ever.  Despair not!  The Monday Morning Coffee happens today
this week, for the inevitable march of the caffeine may be delayed but not
stopped. See you at the lounge after 10...

This week we welcome the new Czar Shrikumar I and his (sort of) new Coffee
Collective.  The elections have resonated far and wide --

"Once again the people have spoken, and they have said that big government
is bad.  Microkernels are good."  -- A. Tanenbaum

"It's a clear mandate for change! Lots of change! Bring quarters..." -- Shri I

"You may drink the coffee alone, or bundle it with bagels or donuts, provided
you do not profit from it and you preserve this notice intact." -- R. Stallman

"Unless I have a cup of coffee in the morning, no one can tell whether I am
man or machine."  -- A. Turing

"The low [20%] turnout in this election proves that American democracy is
alive and well."  -- G. Bush

"Monday Morning Coffee --whether on Monday or during Ramadan-- is a
Registered Trade Mark of Microsoft Corp. We will bill you."  -- B. Gates

"You call this a coffee message?!?"  -- J. Corbett

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