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Re: Gazing Balls


CBCTPLANT@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Josh,
> I haven't seen the new gazing balls but wanted to thank you for changing the
> subject line when the subject changed.  As a newsletter editor and just
> generally, It is so much easier to find information in the archives when the
> subject line matches the topic in the body of the post.  Some topics have
> been completely lost by not taking an extra moment to just scoot up and
> change the subject line.
> So thank you Josh!
> 
> Carol in CT z6/5

I agree completely! 
  I think I also want one of those stainless gazing balls. That sounds
pretty cool.

Diane Frederick
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