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Re: AIS: Serious Stuff about Judges' Ballots


I would be
happy with something simple, a plain text ballot you can maybe download,
fill out and email.
Catherine Button

I'll second that motion, which has been made for years.  Mainly because I only
see two or three iris on the symposium I'd be willing to vote for, and I hate
to waste a 37-cent stamp to legitimize it.

John Reeds, the infinitely picky iris grower.
(But is "they gotta grow good" and "they gotta be 'speshully pretty" really
that picky?)
lamegardener@msn.com

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