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E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by johnnythemonkey on 3 May 2007 9:17am
 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6618039.stm

 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by kazzzz on 3 May 2007 12:36pm
 
Why do they have to go to you Johnny why can't they go to the address in the article?
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by arty_farty on 3 May 2007 12:52pm
 
hasn't this been done before?
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by kazzzz on 3 May 2007 12:56pm
 
I'm not sending some nosey git my private emails (not that I'm in the uk anyway)
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by tucsonmike on 3 May 2007 2:22pm
 
I love it. William the Conquerer meets the 21st Century. Actually, it sounds like fun and might prove to be interesting.

Then again, silly emails would be a snapshot too. You would have your Pythonesqe emails.
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by johnnythemonkey on 3 May 2007 3:15pm
 
The idea is to forward them an e-mail you have sent or received or to compose one especially for the project.
The title of the project tells you that it is about the U.K.
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by kazzzz on 4 May 2007 7:28am
 
Noooo you asked the emails to be sent to you and edited it....from now on your name is johnnytheeditman.
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by johnnythemonkey on 4 May 2007 1:39pm
 
Noooo , I just wanted something in my inbox to forward, that was'nt either pish or personal or both.
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by kazzzz on 4 May 2007 1:41pm
 
No, you're a nosey git.
 
Re: E-mail 'Domeday Book' compiled. by johnnythemonkey on 4 May 2007 1:42pm
 
What happened to Scottish git ?
 
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