Although I am not going to try for Dann McCreary's Apple, I am enclosing an open letter to him, and just to prove I'm not pulling his leg, I am enclosing its coded and decoded version for your benefit only. It would appear as though we have been working on similar programs, perhaps with different approaches and for different reasons. I am a registered professional engineer with thirty-one years of industrial experience in manufacturing, who decided to write strictly business programs for small business applications, using the Apple. It didn't take very long to realize that all of the months of programming can go up in smoke as soon as copies are made in any of the present languages.
Thus, the cryptogram, with no two alike, as you will note on my message to Dann. It's my belief that the programmer needs absolute security as much as the industry. An open letter to: Dann McCreary Congratulations Mr. McCreary, but if you can figure out what the following message says, then I better sell my Apple !!
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Bob Thayer, Anaheim, CA - V2N2