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    Re: Jack London's Death
    From: Sam Blate
    Date: 2005 Apr 15, 23:35 -0400

    Dear Gordon,
    Thanks for making an honest man of me. The death certificate is in the
    museum for anyone to see. As an academic, I've learned to rely on primary
    evidence in most cases.
    --Sam Blate
    At 06:29 PM 4/15/2005, you wrote:
    >I looked around the internet and found
    >It says that he died of Uremic Poisoning with an
    >accidental overdose of morphine.
    >I would like to think that he did not commit suicide, but
    >was so sick and in so much pain that he over did it on
    >the pain medication by accident.
    >-- Gordon
    >                               ,,,
    >                              (. .)
    >| Gordon Talge WB6YKK         mail: gtalge AT silcon DOT com |
    >| (o-    Debian / GNU / Linux                                |
    >| //\    The Choice of the GNU Generation                    |
    >| v_/_                  .oooO                                |
    >|    - E Aho Laula -     (  )   Oooo. - Wider is Better -    |
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