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Re: Re: HYB: Germination: Pots: Mechanics

In a message dated 12/16/2007 3:11:18 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
autmirislvr@aol.com writes:

<<Anner, AOL and my local phone company seem to be unable to  reach an 
agreement on Internet access.? I no longer have the option of  accessing through AOL 
and must sign on with another service and then log into  my AOL account.? 
Aha! Now, you see, that parallels the experience I had the other  night when 
I posted through another computer than mine own, and got a lot of  litter and 
the line wrap thing that is so maddening. But then when I came home  and 
tested, all was okay. You see, I knew it wasn't the computers, and I knew  it 
wasn't the accounts, nor the lines, which narrowed things down some.
<< I've been with AOL for ten years and resist  change!
Oh, I know exactly what you mean. We have several ISPs, but I've always  used 
the AOL for my horticultural activities, even ran the AIS Membership  Office 
off the account to save the Society some money, but  it really has been a PITA 
since about Version 6. I've got a  decade's worth of corresponence archived 
in my various AOL  mailboxes, beaucoup riveting material. I figure I'll need 
every bit  of it when I write my "AIS Babylon" ; ) 
It may make you feel better to hear that a buddy of mine was  carping away on 
Facebook the other day about his ISPs being so absolutely  trifling, and he 
is a Senior Architect at IBM.
<<I'll get better in time, but I'm going to have to stumble  around until I 
find the correct methods. Daughter will help at Xmas.  Maybe.
I'll see if I can figure something out, since I think I can  probably 
duplicate the problem. Once I get out of the kitchen, of  course.

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