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[Fwd: Re: Hosta Calenda '04r??]

Hi Everyone,

I am always suspicious of this sort of unsolicited advertising.. Spam. While the pic of the calandar looks nice, I would not trust to purchase it. Spam, in my opinion, is synonomous with Scam. Buyer beware.

Diane Frederick

Hank Zumach wrote:

Hi Clyde--Thanks for the reply. As it turns out, there is a hosta calendar
being sold and that was an ad that I (and apparently others) received.
There were two attachments, the larger attachment was the ad. In any event,
it was not a virus.
Hank Zumach
Stoddard, WI
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