I'm all over this. Lets break it down:
FIRST WORD: IF
Capitalized. Either part of an acronym or it implying that we must make the move to do soemthing.
SECOND WORD: you
Backing up the second theorem from the fisrt word that we must do somethign to get something/start something/etc.
THIRD WORD: email
This could possible relate to Tom's post here: http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...216#post212216 about DYE emags. Very cooincidental for the circumstances. Also could imply that we have to suggest somehting to someone.
FOURTH WORD: SHE
She relates to, in this case: 1)An AGD model 2) an new AGD product 3) A new marker, possibly, as stated in the above post, related to a DYE emag, or 4) part of an acronym, could possibly go with "IF".
FIFTH WORD: will
Obviously means that this hasn't happened yet. But he is sugesting that it can happen.
SIXTH WORD: come
Come, again, can mean: 1)come to AGD/AO 2)come to store 3) go on market 4)start development
PHRASE IS FOLLOWED BY: ....
implying that, again, eitehr we have to act on somehting, or that this will continue, possibly giving us more phrases, or parts of the acronyms. I suggest we watch the forums closely, especially in Tom's posts about hte dye emag and in places where we wouldn't expect it.