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Re: OT: iris on QVC

>QVC was Quality Value Convenience<
LOL.... well my info was way off, I wasn't too sure of the source anyway.
We shipped some flowers, to another company, for the reblooming sale and
they said it would air on the 8th.  I hope the date is accurate because the
blooms won't last much longer than that.
BTW the yellow (very) hot thing in the sky is the thing that has been baking
us at 105 to 110 for the past week.  Heard rumors it was called the sun.

----- Original Message -----
From: <flaggerj@aol.com>
To: <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT: iris on QVC

> Dear Mike,
>  I think the original meaning of QVC was Quality Value Convenience. That
> when it first went on the air. It meant you didn't have to leave home to
> shop. The gardening program is on Tuesday between 2 and 3 PM but I didn't
> anything about Iris sales.
> Ruth Jalbert zone 5 (what's that round yellow hot thing in the sky?)

Hate housework?...then WIN A MAID....

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