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Re: Calender

John I Jones wrote:
> Gerry Snyder wrote:
> >
> > It is the less knowledgeable judges who are most likely to
> > be swayed by an identified picture.
> What? Judges swayed by photographs?
> Pg A-10 of "THE" manual:
> "Never should his votes be based on shows, slides, publicity or
> popularity of a hybridizer..."
> I am probably getting on the wrong side of everybody with all this,

Can't imagine why!

> and I am not trying to shoot at Gerry, 

I certainly don't feel shot at. I was trying to explain 
the rationale (as I understand it) behind a bad former 
policy, not to defend it.

> but it seems that if a judge is a
> judge, they ought to act like one and if they don't, then they shouldn't
> be one. 

Sounds logical to me.

Gerry in soggy Los Angeles

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