Dear Spamination Society Members,
I am trying to reconstruct missing episodes of "moneyphields". I'm looking for the very first editions which would have probably been sent in the early 90's through about 2004.
Years ago when my computer crashed, I asked for your help then and many of you surprised me and said you had saved all of my e-mails and you sent them to me. I need your help again. If any of you still have them stored on an old computer or a disk, I would appreciate it if you could send them to me.
I would prefer that you send them to one of my alternative addresses (below) so that I don't exceed my limit of e-mails on AOL. I have over 900 messages under firstname.lastname@example.org .
Also, many of you have requested that I continue the Historical Phields series. I have virtually stopped because I have run out of fresh material. If you have old photographs of your parents, historical events, or old businesses downtown and that you feel like sharing, please send them to me by e-mail or Facebook.
I would love to do stories on Wheeler's Drug Store, Poole's Cafe, The Western Auto Store, Gillespie's Stop and Shop, The Suwanee Grocery Store, The Wheel, The Dairy Queen, The Bantam Chef, Bramblett's. I'm sure there are plenty of other subjects that need their stories to be told.
If you have forgotten how to get to my website and would like to revisit past issues, go to www.kommish.net .
Also, I have posted several albums of old photographs on Facebook that you would probably enjoy if you grew up in Fort Valley. Feel free to explore.
Thanks in advance for your help,
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