So then, John P. Woodruff says this:
> I'm not so sure that it's time for Draconian measures on the basis of
> today's experience.  I don't think one inappropriate message (granted, with
> several echoes) merits significant changes to policy.  Let's wait a bit to
> see if the situation persists.
> Besides, if the list were about to become substantially different, surely
> the psychic would have mentioned that fact in her message  ;-)
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I agree with John.  After taking a closer look at the message
headers I am convinced that there is no "Silvia Brown" and that
its quite likely that GTE.NET's mailservice was exploited to
forward this message so that the true sender could remain
anonymous.  I do intend to find out who the telephone service
provider is and complain to them.  (T'would be a delicous irony
if it turns out to be GTE :)

Scott Ingram
Sonar Processing and Analysis Laboratory
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory