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Re: Re:REF: iris program

<<Oddly enough I, a native speaker of English,?
came to much the same conclusion as Loic.?

I know just what you mean! I've thought some of your email was real odd from time to time, too, Jean. I guess the best thing to do when reading something that sounds?a bit skewed is to assume that?one's?friends?here on the list?are good at heart, and not up to hurtful destructive mischief. I find this works well as a general rule in life, too. Sure beats pointing bony fingers!

<<I disagree strongly that this is an area that is?
adequately addressed within AIS - in my region, at?
least, many, if not most irisarians are woefully uninformed about?
the evolution of iris form, or historic iris in general.?

Well, don't just stand there, girlfriend! AIS can't?do it all!?Get out there and educate!

Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA??

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