funex79 at SLONET.ORG
Tue Sep 18 16:54:00 UTC 2001
As another non-professional in the field for whom visits to this list have
become a daily addiction I'd like to cast my vote for Barry Popik. While
I'm not always sure just what he's researching nor what becomes of all the
information he pours out, I'm intrigued by his travels,his curiosity and how
he can carry out his function as a traffic court judge (if that is what he
is) while traveling all over the world.
And while I' m on here I wonder if anyone can tell me where the term "24/7"
started. I've heard two sources proposed: 1) the African-American community
and 2) the Silicon Valley people.
Thanks for any information on this.
Los Osos, CA
From: "Grant Barrett" <gbarrett at WORLDNEWYORK.ORG>
To: <ADS-L at LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 5:36 AM
Subject: Re: Bapopik
> Frankly, I'm rooting for Barry. His asides are sometimes eye-rollers, but
> another amateur, I know his enthusiasm is beyond anything I could ever
> match. And as a fellow New Yorker, I'm eternally grateful for his work on
> "Big Apple." That alone compensates for the multi-part serial he continues
> to entertain us with, "Letters I Have Written, Responses I Have Not
> Also, good for Barry on his recent success in getting a correction in the
> paper. Not many have breached the New York Times' Grey Wall of Silence.
> That's a feather for anyone's cap.
> Grant Barrett
> gbarrett at worldnewyork.org
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