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Re: Re: Scottie


Scottie, my boss's parents intended to have only one child, and wanted the
baby named after the father, so her name is Tommye.  ;^)
-Peg



----- Original Message -----
From: "Scottie Baugh" <scottieb@mindspring.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 3:51 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Re: Scottie


> Don't worry about the name thing, Jesse!  My folks really wanted a boy to
name
> after my Dad, and they got me.  My Mom used to say I was named for Scott
> Fitzgerald's daughter, Scottie, but she was just trying to make a little
kid
> feel better about having an odd name.  Since I got old enough to
appreciate
> it, I've really enjoyed having a name that is just a little different.
>
> I think this list is going to be great.  All these topics -- it's like
being
> at a party of really diverse, interesting people, and getting to hear and
> participate in all the conversations.  What a treat!
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Jesse Bell
>   To: kmrsy@earthlink.net ; gardenchat@hort.net
>   Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 11:54 AM
>   Subject: [CHAT] Re: Scottie
>
>
>   REALLY?  Silly me...but people think I'm a guy too...so I started
signing
>   things Jesse Rene'....but, my parents didn't realize it when they named
me
>   Rene'...that it was the MASCULINE spelling...it should have been Renee.
So
>   BOTH of my names are masculine.  Oh well.
>
>   SORRY Scottie...hey, how did you get the name Scottie?  I took the name
>   Jesse after my divorce.  It was my grandfather's name.  He was my hero.
Had
>   my name legally changed.  It was Susan Rene'.  Didn't feel much like a
>   Susan.  My husband calls me Rene'...but that's cause he's always known
me by
>   that name (I've known him since I was 8).
>
>   Jesse Rene' Bell
>   Claremore, OK
>   Zone 6
>
>
>
>
>
>   >From: "Kitty Morrissy" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
>   >Reply-To: kmrsy@earthlink.net
>   >To: "Jesse Bell" <jesserenebell@HOTMAIL.COM>
>   >Subject: Re: Scottie
>   >Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 13:02:30 -0500
>   >
>   >Jesse
>   >Scottie is a woman.
>   >Kitty
>   >
>   >
>   > > [Original Message]
>   > > From: Jesse Bell <jesserenebell@HOTMAIL.COM>
>   > > To: <AHS_GARDENING@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM>
>   > > Date: 12/14/2002 10:54:34 AM
>   > > Subject: Re: [GRD] Re: OT topics- limiting
>   > >
>   > > ME TOO DAVE!  I wrote him back...privately and said just because he
>   >doesn't
>   > > currently have a garden, doesn't mean he can't contribute.  DON'T
>   >LURK..JOIN
>   > > IN.  How cool to live on a boat.  I love this list....very
interesting
>   > > folks.
>   > >
>   > > Jesse Rene' Bell
>   > > Claremore, OK
>   > > Zone 6
>   > >
>   > >
>   > > >From: David Franzman <dfranzma@PACBELL.NET>
>   > > >Reply-To: gardeners@hort.net
>   > > >To: gardeners@hort.net
>   > > >Subject: Re: [GRD] Re: OT topics- limiting
>   > > >Date: Fri, 06 Dec 2002 23:32:30 -0800
>   > > >
>   > > >I like this person.  You are welcome anytime!
>   > > >
>   > > >DF
>   > > >
>   > > >Scottie Baugh wrote:
>   > > >
>   > > > > Amen, Marge!
>   > > > >
>   > > > > As another lurker, because at this point in our lives I have no
>   >garden
>   > > >:( ,
>   > > > > this list keeps me in the garden with all of you.  And I found
that
>   >when
>   > > >I had
>   > > > > a garden and was gardening with friends, we usually talked about
>   > > >gardening,
>   > > > > and other things as well.  So the OT posts are usually as
>   >interesting
>   >to
>   > > >me as
>   > > > > the gardening posts.  It's the OT stuff that makes the list
members
>   >come
>   > > >alive
>   > > > > as individuals, whether they are planting pineapples or ponds,
>   >designing
>   > > > > gardens for small backyards or acres and acres.  I was very glad
>   >when
>   >my
>   > > > > address was added to the gardeners@hort.net list so that I
didn't
>   >miss
>   > > > > anything when AHS went down.
>   > > > >
>   > > > > I hope that Sue can find a way to resolve this problem.  In my
> inbox
>   > > >folders I
>   > > > > call this the mulch list -- and I'd feel very lonely and left
out
> if
>   >the
>   > > >mulch
>   > > > > folder was empty!
>   > > > >
>   > > > > Scottie Baugh
>   > > > > Aboard Betelgeuse
>   > > > > At the dock in Kemah, Texas
>   > > > >   ----- Original Message -----
>   > > > >   From: Marge Talt
>   > > > >   To: gardeners@hort.net
>   > > > >   Sent: Saturday, December 07, 2002 12:30 AM
>   > > > >   Subject: Fw: [GRD] Re: OT topics- limiting
>   > > > >
>   > > > >   and here's another I sent at 10PM that had not showed up by
>   > > > >   1:30AM...so if you get it a zillion times, vast apologies
>   > > > >
>   > > > >   > Well, you know, Kathy, it really is totally unrealistic to
ask
> a
>   > > > >   list
>   > > > >   > to limit its conversation simply because some members feel
that
>   > > > >   they
>   > > > >   > are getting too many messages.  Delete keys were put on
> computer
>   > > > >   > keyboards to delete undesired items, including email
messages
>   >one
>   > > > >   > does not care to read:-)  I get upwards of 200 emails a
day -
>   >there
>   > > > >   > were over 300 when I logged on tonight.  A great majority of
>   >them
>   > > > >   are
>   > > > >   > of no interest and I delete them...a sore delete-key finger
is
>   >the
>   > > > >   > price I gladly pay for the nuggets of gold found daily on
the
>   >too
>   > > > >   > many lists I subscribe to.
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > A list is either open, unmoderated and operates on the
mystical
>   > > > >   > dynamic of human interaction when that occurs, or it is
>   >moderated
>   > > > >   and
>   > > > >   > the topics discussed are limited by the moderator (generally
> the
>   > > > >   list
>   > > > >   > owner) to a greater or lessor extent.
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > At present, AHS list, which includes the temporary hort.net
>   > > > >   portion,
>   > > > >   > is an unmoderated list.  Members are free to say what they
wish
>   >and
>   > > > >   > get to take the consequences of same.
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > You are perfectly free to make your feelings known, and the
> list
>   >is
>   > > > >   > perfectly free to ignore them if it chooses.  You, then, are
>   > > > >   > perfectly free to decide whether the list dynamics suit you
>   >enough
>   > > > >   to
>   > > > >   > remain on it.
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > One of the facts of life is that those who post a lot are
the
>   >ones
>   > > > >   > who make a list live...provide the answers to questions;
spend
>   >the
>   > > > >   > time researching and sharing the results of same plus their
>   > > > >   personal
>   > > > >   > experience with a given topic, etc. for the benefit of all
who
>   > > > >   > subscribe, whether those subscribers add anything or simply
> take
>   > > > >   what
>   > > > >   > others so freely give.
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > Ergo, those who post a lot get to post what they damn well
feel
>   > > > >   like,
>   > > > >   > when they feel like it:-)  Those who only take must take the
>   >good
>   > > > >   > with the bad:-)  It's much nicer when the takers are
grateful
> to
>   > > > >   the
>   > > > >   > givers and don't try to tell them when and what to give.....
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
>   > > > >   > mtalt@hort.net
>   > > > >   > Editor:  Gardening in Shade
>   > > > >   > -----------------------------------------------
>   > > > >   > Current Article: Wild, Wonderful Aroids Part 3 -
Amorphophallus
>   > > > >   > http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/shade_gardening
>   > > > >   > ------------------------------------------------
>   > > > >   > Complete Index of Articles by Category and Date
>   > > > >   > http://mtalt.hort.net/article-index.html
>   > > > >   > ------------------------------------------------
>   > > > >   > All Suite101.com garden topics :
>   > > > >   > http://www.suite101.com/topics.cfm/635
>   > > > >   >
>   > > > >   > ----------
>   > > > >   > > From: Alexanders <talexander@WI.RR.COM>
>   > > > >   > >
>   > > > >   > > But:  the issue is NOT the 300 days during which the
digest
> is
>   > > > >   UP;
>   > > > >   > it's the
>   > > > >   > > 65 days during which the digest is DOWN that is
frustrating
> to
>   > > > >   me.
>   > > > >   > All I'm
>   > > > >   > > asking is that people limit the OT stuff while the list is
>   >DOWN.
>   > > > >   I
>   > > > >   > don't
>   > > > >   > > think it's too much of an encroachment on the abilities of
>   > > > >   listserv
>   > > > >   > members
>   > > > >   > > to communicate with one another to make this request.
>   > > > >   > >
>   > > > >   > > Plus:  The response "just go somewhere else" isn't a
useful
>   >one,
>   > > > >   > because
>   > > > >   > > each one of us-lurkers and posters alike-has a right to
voice
>   > > > >   > his/her
>   > > > >   > > opinions about this board and to utilize the board.
That's
>   >what
>   > > > >   a
>   > > > >   > listserv
>   > > > >   > > is all about; it truly IS the town hall of the future.
>   > > > >   > >
>   > > > >   > > One more thing, and then I gotta get to work:  I am on
about
> 5
>   > > > >   > other
>   > > > >   > > listservs beside this one.  This is the ONLY one that
>   > > > >   periodically
>   > > > >   > crashes.
>   > > > >   > > There is something wrong about the way this list is
>   >configured.
>   > > > >   As
>   > > > >   > others
>   > > > >   > > have said, I would gladly pay $$$ to have access to the
list
>   >but
>   > > > >   to
>   > > > >   > purchase
>   > > > >   > > enough bandwith to prevent the periodic crashes.
>   > > > >   > >
>   > > > >   > > Kathy Alexander
>   > > > >
>   > > > >
>   >---------------------------------------------------------------------
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list
>   > > > >   while it awaits moderator intervention
>   > > > >
>   > > > >
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