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RE: Specimans

Re: Queen of Show vs. Best Specimen of Show, Donald wrote:


I wonder.  Back when I was in high school, specimans were rather unpleasant
things in formaldehyde which we carved into even smaller unpleasant pieces.
 Sure doesn't make me think of any iris which comes to mind.



Donald has a point there!  But I have an idea:  if the weather guys solved 
their PC problem with naming hurricanes by giving alternate ones male or 
female names, maybe in even years we could have Queen of Show, and in odd 
years it could be King of Show.   No, no, don't thank me, just send money.

Barb, in Santa Fe, where it's--yep--snowing.

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