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Re: "Iris showing tips"

Dennis Stoneburner wrote:
> ....
> PREDICTION - Whoever won the Wister Medal this year, WILL be the Dykes
> Medal winner NEXT year!!! 

Even if you offered 100-to-1 odds, only a fool would bet against you. 
The new scheme serves only to splinter the non-TB vote.

If I were king of the world, I'd rename the Wister as the TB Dykes, and
add a non-TB Dykes. Or at least have a Foster Medal for the best non-TB.
> Dennis (Sticking my short neck out, way out)

Uh-huh! Very much like a gerenuk.

Gerry, wishing I grew more iris other than TBs.

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