>From: Woody Duncan
>Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
>To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
>Subject: Help Kelli with her Science Project
>Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 15:59:28 -0600
>I good friend, that I trust forwarded this to me.
>It seemed like a good thing to send it out to a few
> Woody in KC
> Subject: Kellie's science fair research...please don't delete
> Hi,My name is Kellie Lawton and I am in the 2nd grade in Alma, KS.
> For my science fair project I am trying to see where, and how many
> people a single email can reach in 2 weeks. I will keep track of
> many emails I get back and what cities, states, and countries they
> are coming from.
> I am hoping that you will be willing to help me with my project!
> There are only 2 simple steps that will help me to track this
> 1. Please send me an email at email@example.com. In the subject
> of the email please type your city, state and country. You do not
> need to include your name, but you can if you want!
> 2. Forward this email to everyone in your address book. I will
> be keeping track of the number of responses, as well as the
> So, send to people even if they are in the same town as you. My
> experiment will end on March 22, 2003 so if you receive this email
> after that please ignore it. I am starting my project today, March
> 2003 by sending it to 1 person- my grandma!
> Kellie :-)
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