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Re: new expensive hostas WARNING WARNING

Daniel Nelson wrote:
> This thread may be hazardous to your health. Both Clyde Crockett and Ran
> Lydell are carriers of a contagious disorder that is thought to  be carried
> in hosta pollen. Although there is no known cure, short periods of relief is
> often sought  in the purchasing, trading, asking for, registering,  looking
> at pictures of, and talking openly about hostas.
> As I seem to have immunity, I offer to store any and all hostas you may have
> at my place under quarantine until more is known about this disorder. Even
> is all you have is loose cash, send it also. In a weak moment you may spend
> cash I could use to maintain my quarantine area.
> Rare and expensive hostas have been associated with some of the worst cases
> of this disorder. If you are holding such hostas, waste no time. Get them in
> the mail to me immediately. Do not risk exposure.
> There is new evidence suggesting that hosta fever may even be transmitted
> electronically. If this is the case all hope may be lost.
> Dan Nelson
> 2001 Fortunei Dr.
> Longipies NY
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>Gosh Dan!!!!!!!!
You better get right up here and dig all the "rare" stuff in my garden,
for your quarantine area.  I know , I know-------- now everyone is
rushing out to see if they have a spot in their gardens for a quarantine
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