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Re: take off list

>Sandra Lee Moyer wrote: 
>> maspikes:  I know how you feel.  I have been on the list two days and 
cannot take anymore.  I enjoy iris, but not 24 hours a day...Sandy

There is a lot of mail and if you don't have time to read it all you may 
prefer to access the archives and read only the bits that interest you. 
What I do is scan through quickly when I'm in a hurry, and just read the 
interesting sounding things and delete the rest.
It may seem like everyone is here 24 hours a day, but most people just 
read their mail every day or so, make a few replies and get on with 
their real life. 
Some people are involved with irises 24 hours a day though, and you can 
probably learn a lot about irises from these people if you ask them 
Jan Clark

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