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Faithful readers have been confused by Dr. Jay Ortiz's letter on page 1 of the August-September KIT issue. It's important to understand that both Dr. Jay and his youngward Chip Wilson are fictitious characters residing in the overactive imagination of aleadership type closeted on the upper corridor at Woodcrest. Many hundreds of e-mails plus several phone calls have been received over the past years from both thesecharacters, starting with the flurry of correspondence to and from 'Chip' that we published in KIT VII #2, February, 1995. Since the good doctor Ortiz always hasidentified himself as an MD specializing in pediatrics, it's even quite possible that hischanneler might find himself receiving a phone call from the AMA's fraud division.Despite Chip 'n Jay's non-existence, e-mail continues to be received from the gooddoctor Ortiz (see this issue). So for readers eager for more from these non-humantypes, we are assured that there will be letters from them in future KIT issuesdescribing their adventures on safari in the Hluhluwe Game Reserve in Zululand,South Africa.
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