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Re: Way OT - Fedex Ground


And, I bet, David, that the owner of the Palm nursery was overjoyed
to find he had to replace that plant...did he fire the dumbos who did
the digging?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: David Franzman <dfranzma@pacbell.net>
> Have to add my two cents to the wrong address thing.  When I worked
with the
> Palm nursery before doing the hibs a big part of the owners
business was
> digging out other peoples palms when they decided they didn't want
it
> anymore and selling it to somebody who did.  Big bucks in full
grown palms.
> Anyway he dispatched some guys to dig out a beautiful Canary Island
palm and
> guess what?  They dug out a 30 foot tall beautiful specimen but
severely
> damaged the roots in doing it.  The owner of the palm came home and
just saw
> them finishing up and he was really upset...you see, it was the
wrong
> address and they pulled the wrong persons palm.  OOPS!

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