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Re: Photos Robert Sutton
  • Subject: Re: Photos Robert Sutton
  • From: "Pat" <Pat.Creighton@shaw.ca>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 09:51:52 -0700



I totally agree Connie, while the downloading isn't a problem I personally have on this computer,  I do understand that there is a general economical crunch out there and can't imagine someone wasting money on a new computer these days if it means less purchasing power where acquiring beautiful irises is concerned.   I have noticed there are a lot of people in this world who still can't afford or use ANY computer at all, so all of us are lucky to be conversing on this list.
Like you, I don't want to read such a lack of social skills first thing in the morning so I have blocked the person sending the comment. (-;
Facebook group assessing pet foods:
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That is a pretty irresponsible reply. In some places, one has no choice but a slow internet service, no matter how much you want a faster one. I speak from experience!

Connie Eggen zone 5 Nebraska

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