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Re: More Comments on Wayside's Catalog

Meum71@aol.com wrote:

> If you want to "HELP" Wayside then the proper way to do that is to tell them
> to stop sending out their catalog for free 
Hello everyone
	I never asked Wayside to mail me a catalog so I don't know if it is my
place to have to notify them to quit. I think somewhere they buy a
mailing list and just flood the market so if they get no response it is
their fault. I have bought from Parks in the past which I heard bought
Wayside and maybe this is how I got on the list. Anyway I should not
have to "HELP" them at all.
       Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 319 568-4859
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