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I received the following, plus a duplicate (except for message IDs) 6
minutes later.  Can anyone shed any light on where these come from, and
why?

This is everything, including the blank body.

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It is interesting to note that as one evil empire (generic) fell,
another Evil Empire (tm)  began its nefarious rise. -- me
Coincidence?  I think not.


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