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Re: astronavigation



This is the answer i got from the astronavigation person today.  Just put
it on here so anyone else who had the same question could read it.  Bummer,
that astronavigation are having so much trouble. 


>The best answer I can provide is SOON. You do not understand the piles
>of work we are sifting through here. Astronavigation is now being
>operated from remote locations in California, it is very trying to keep
>everything simply moving along. The first mailing of cassettes has been
>done. (About 65-70). There are six or seven more mailings, not including
>stores. 
>We are simulatneously being audited by the city business authority, the
>Elevator to Hell cassettes have ended up costing us $6.50 each (money to
>eth, negative/artwork costs, manufacturing covers (twice), plus the
>cassettes.) This does not include postage and all the free things we
>have sent (and are still sending) to everyone who ordered. We have
>simultaneously survived a sabotage attempt and other hardships. *This*
>is hell. Please understand that we are doing the best we can despite a
>sitiuation that doesn't appear that it can get much worse.
>
>Thank you to everyone. The support and comments I have received are an
>important factor in the continuance of this project.
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>                       .*also from astromail*:
>                       .There is a picture of the ETH "parts 4 & 5" cover
>at:
>http://207.227.209.206/platform/mission001.html
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>once again, the temporary email addresses for astronavigation are:
>  astrobots\!/earthlink.net
> astronauts\!/earthlink.net
>while we get our new server working. The temporary server address is:
>http://207.227.209.206/
>but nothing is really there yet.
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