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    From: J. Michael Straczynski <71016.1644@compuserve.com>
 Subject: Quakers on B5?
      To: CIS  
    Date: 8/23/1996 4:47:00 AM  

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Jonathan Hoopingarn <73172.1065@compuserve.com> asks:
> With tounge (sp?) firmly in cheek I must ask "What?
> No Quakers?
> What civilized society wouldn't still have the Society of
> Friends?" I guess I do have to ask, seriously, "How fair the
> Friends in the B5 universe?"

Well, if Quakers choose not to use mechanical means of
transportation, only horse-drawn carriages...then I would suggest that
this may hinder their progress in interstellar travel.

jms
    From: J. Michael Straczynski <71016.1644@compuserve.com>
 Subject: Quakers on B5?
      To: CIS  
    Date: 8/23/1996 5:08:00 PM  

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Chris Croughton (UK) <100014.3217@compuserve.com> asks:
> Or have they been forcibly supressed by EarthGov?

Yeah...ten minutes after I sent the message I did a Simpson
"D'oh!" and realized I was talking about the Amish. Ah, well...we're
all entitled to one screw-up...

jms
    From: J. Michael Straczynski <71016.1644@compuserve.com>
 Subject: Quakers on B5?
      To: CIS  
    Date: 8/24/1996 8:46:00 AM  

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{original post had no questions}

Just increased your insurance policy, didn't you? I can
tell....

jms
    From: J. Michael Straczynski <71016.1644@compuserve.com>
 Subject: Quakers on B5?
      To: CIS  
    Date: 8/27/1996 7:57:00 AM  

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Jonathan Hoopingarn <73172.1065@compuserve.com> asks:
> Now that all the mistaken identities have been cleared up, and as
> the final arbiter of all things Babylonian, would the Quakers
> have made it?

I don't know...maybe...it's something that I'll have to
consider.

jms

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