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I can't speak for others, Noreen, but that last crash about exhausted my
patience with AHS.  The crash plus the lack of forthrightness about what's
going on and why.  I don't see why the members of that list need to be kept
in the dark about list problems.  In contrast, you've seen how clearly and
completely Chris has explained things on this list.  So I look to this list
to have gardening as its focus, but to include off topic exchanges.
Although I hope we won't see the volume we had over the weekend too often!!

Linda in Wyoming

 > Isn't that what the AHS list is for??  Maybe I'm wrong, which is probably
> case, but it was my understanding that this list was created so that
> would have a voice for the OT subjects...thus not clogging up the AHS list
> with it.
> I was not aware that this was a replacement for the AHS list???
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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