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Good Riddance

I heard today that the company that owns Michigan Bulb,
Springhill, Brecks Bulbs, etc. finally went bankrupt.
Couldn't happen to a better bunch of people.

A couple of years ago some people from the Mailorder Nursery
Assoc, or some such thing, tried to get me to join.  I can't
immagine why they cared, but I kept telling them that I am
not much of a joiner and they kept trying to convince me
what a wonderful orgainzation it is, working tirelessly to
improve the standards and practices of the mail order
nursery industry.  When I asked them to explain, in that
case, why the president of Michigan Bulb was on the board of
directors, it pretty much ended the conversation.


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