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Re: Variety, not Homogeneity, is the Spice of Life

LMann76543@aol.com wrote:
> On the second topic, there doesn't seem to be any disagreement, except over
> what, how, and when to fix things.  I don't remember seeing anybody post that
> they thought the current AIS awards system is just fine and dandy just the
> way it is.  Not even the California people in iris heaven.*******

Right, but on the other hand, I don't see too many postings on fixing the 
current problem.  Or, should we just leave things alone like Clarence 
said and let the chips fall where they may!  I'm interested in what will 
happen if they fall on the wrong side of the table.  Will AIS survive?


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