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Re: SCA, and cookies too

Poster: michael.f.dullaghan@adn.alcatel.com (Mike Dullaghan)

> Poster: dhritter@duke-energy.com (David H Ritterskamp)
> On Wed, 27 Aug 1997, "David L. Booker" <dbooker@gte.net> wrote:
> >Okay, pass this on wherever.  I understand this originally came from a 
> >Scadian in Ansteorra. ;-) A
> >
> >--------- Begin forwarded message ----------
> >
> >A friend passed this on to me -- great story and great reason to keep
> >passing 
> >it on to your friends !!!
> >
> >Madam, or 'Queta, or Harriet
> >
> >==============================================
> >My daughter & I had just finished a salad at Neiman-Marcus Cafe in Dallas
> >&
> >decided to have a small dessert.  Because both of us are such cookie
> >lovers,
> >we decided to try the "Neiman-Marcus Cookie."

[ Much snippage of a well known tale. ]

I'm afraid this is another urban legend that just won't die.



for the Mrs. Fields and Neiman-Marcus versions.



for urban legends in general.
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could've thought this stuff up? 
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