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Aleph Tav & Tav?

I just got an email from AT&T featuring the following:

aleph.png

Thinking it must be some sort of weird Gmail bug, I looked at the "original message". Here's the block in question:

<ul style="list-style-type:hebrew">
<li >An outline of your services</li>
<li >Your calling plan</li>
<li >An estimate of your future bill</li>
<li >General account information</li>
</ul>

I still have no idea why that style was set in my email from AT&T email, but it's kinda neat that the style exists, and that my computer can show it! :) Btw, it works in both Firefox and Safari on my Mac. Not sure if it works in IE on XP or something, so I embedded it as a screenshot above. Here's the code for it, see if it works for you?

  • An outline of your services
  • Your calling plan
  • An estimate of your future bill
  • General account information

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