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Hi Laurie and all,

Yow!  No way!  What I meant was, WHEN any of us is
going around listing who has PBF (and when, and
how much), it's a good idea to also list who does NOT
have PBF!

This has helped us with ID's numerous times (we
had notes that 'So and so' did NOT have PBF).

So one would be just doing this as one went along.


> > Don't forget, when making lists of who has PBF,
> > make lists also of who does NOT have PBF!
> LOL!  Gesine, with somewhere around 60,000 irises
> registered with AIS, 
> surely you're not suggesting that I make two
> separate lists that 
> include all 60,000?????
> Laurie

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