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Re:What should I do?

At 07:12 PM 7/15/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Therese you should do what every red-blooded American would now do-sue the
>dog's owners. Seriously, I'm sure your hostas will recover whether you do
>anything or not. It might make you feel better to be doing something, so you
>could trim off the broken leaves. Perhaps it might make the damage a little
>less obvious. Hostas are tough, they can take an awful lot of abuse.  Just
>be thankful you didn't have a neighbor's pigs rooting up your hosta beds. We
>went through that twice. No, I didn't have to sue, their insurance paid my
>Tom Moore Bardstown, KY  Z6
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