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Re: "What we do" note

Sharon Ruck writes

:Clarence, you win the dicotomy award: best
:comment after NOT turning in YOUR job listing!  We know you are the
:knowledgable Mr. Nice Guy with the incredible irises, but we wanna know what
:ya REALLY do for them vittles every day...

Rest assured that Clarence will NEVER divulge his true source of income.
A few months back, we were close to unearthing the truth about The Iris
Pond: why catalogs cost $400, which bank in Switzerland holds the
cash, and where exactly the estate in the Bahamas is located. But there
are some questions it is just safer not to ask.



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