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Re: I.C.A. Birthday Party Tour

In a message dated 9/30/1999 1:26:20 AM Central Daylight Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<< I do believe there is a simple answer for the IAC problem, and some of 
 its related problems.  There is a list of hostas that are interm 
 accepted hostas that are suppose to be registered by a certain date, 
 or else all hell breaks loose.  Well, since all these hostas are 
 known, and since many are well known and commerically successful, and 
 since they will continue to be sold commerically, why not just say 
 these hostas are hereby accepted as registered hostas and include them 
 in the database of registered hostas.  It seems to me that would solve 
 a LOT of problems.  Of course, that is a logical solution which might 
 not be understandable to some people.  

I majored undergrad in theoretical mathematics. It is great fun to dabble in 
One can construct a new math where, in some cases, 2 does not equal 2. Or, 
more likely, a x b is not = b x a. I think the IAC thing is analogous. 
Someone( and I know you) dreamed this up , without any practical or logical 

It would be best to do what Joe suggests. In other words, just forget about 
it. It is silly from a logical viewpoint. It is nothing more than a child's 

Clyde Crockett z5 
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