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Re: How About a Treat!

Chick wrote:Well, if that's what the competition looks like, I'm not sure there's any reason for me to go.  If I need anyone to tell me I'm a loser, I've got my wife right here.
Shoot, Chick.  Why don't you tell your wife that you have "declared yourself the winner" and be done with it?  That's what I've done here at my homestead and even though my wife knows it's not true, she humors me and let's me think I'm important.

It makes AT LEAST as much sense as you declaring yourself a winner in a debate with me!    :-)   Maybe I'll have to dig a little deeper here and find some interesting "sport" to enter just so that I can beat you, now that you are already saying uncle....

It's really about the creativity of nature and something much bigger than us, anyhow.  But it's fun for we humans to think that we were involved in some important way with the results of this genetic juxtapositioning...

Andrew Lietzow
#1 Plantsman at http://hostahaven.com
1250 41st St
Des Moines, IA 50311-2516

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