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From: Ellen Gallagher <e_galla@moose.ncia.net>

	Martha Brown wrote:

>I had decided to unsubscribe as I didn't feel I was gaining anything from
>this list as most of the hybridizing is so far over my head and of no
>interest.  The Schreiners post and the post about waiting 2-3 weeks to
>plant give me hope and I will "lurk" a while longer.
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	Martha et al,

	Your frustration is understandable and I see folks on the Siberian
	robin unscribing probably for the same reason but that is the
	way of electronic mailing lists. I have unsubcribed to two lists
	for much the same reasons outlined in your post.

	However, the not-so-very-secret weapon that most of us 'old-timers'
	have learned is to read the subject line and do a sweeping delete
	of all those messages that don't seem to fit our interest. It might
	be topics and it may even be the author in a very few and isolated
	cases. I call it good management of my time. :) I do it every day
	on several lists. Probably this is being deleted as some of you
	read it or before it is even read.

	Cheers,

	Ellen
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Ellen Gallagher  /  e_galla@moose.ncia.net		whole world kin"
Northern New Hampshire, USA    /   Zone 3a
Berlin, NH    in   'The Great North Woods'
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