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I wouldn't have believed it...

in a fresh maclisp:

(fasload (liblsp) dribble)
(load '|dsk:luser;code >|)
(dribble nil)

Now LOOK at the dribble file.  It contains the entire contents of
luser;code!!!  Can I really be seeing this?  It doesn't fit in any of
my models of MacLisp braindamage IO...  (Presumably the author of
dribble should be binding ^J to T or perhaps load should be swapping
two magic bits in FREEAC or something...)  Things like this just
shouldn't happen in the real world.  Perhaps P. K. Dick has been
mucking around with MacLisp recently?