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Re: Fragrance/CAPITOLA

In a message dated 96-12-06 23:37:59 EST, you write:

> CAPITOLA,  with its essence of skunk, would rate 777 , (again if memory
>serves me correctly).  (I would still buy CAPITOLA, had I a source. ) Lloyd

Why would anyone want to have a flower that smells like a skunk?  My dog
would take it out and bury it!  Does CAPITOLA have redeeming features?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tn USA

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