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RE: was: S. sanguinea "Tricolor", now things that drive us crazy


Oh you are so right! I always check when I see the first one come thru to
see when it really needs to be paid.

Donna


> Have been wanting to get this off my chest for years. Those magazine
> subscription renewals (and garden magazines are just as bad, if not
> worse than the rest) that come almost a year before the subscription
> expires - and then continue every month until it does..or you send in
> the renewal! Doesn't it cost them any money to send out all those
> "reminders"???
> And then there are the charitable solicitations - including my alma
> mater - you make one (yearly) donation, and immediately they send you a
> request for another! Bah, humbug.....(sorry!)
> Cathy

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