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On Jun 28, 1996 23:19:02 in article <Re: What's in it? Re: Non-stick spray>, 'firstname.lastname@example.org (Helle G. Paulsen)' wrote: >email@example.com(Sue M. Ford) wrote: > >>On Jun 26, 1996 19:05:03 in article <What's in it? Re: Non-stick spray>, >>'firstname.lastname@example.org (Helle G. Paulsen)' wrote: >> >>>Always a sceptic, >>>Helle >> >>I'm usually clean. >>Sue (tm) > >I had to check if I misspelled "septic". I didn't, so I'm afraid I >have to say - you lost me, there, Sue. >Helle My first guess to the pronounciation of "sceptic" was a soft c as in "scene" which would have made your sentence "Always a-septic!", hence my quip. From your reaction I assume that "sceptic" is another spelling of "skeptic" and that the c is hard, which is why it was only amusing to me :> -- Sue (tm) Lead me not into temptation.... I can find it myself!