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Re: new ID request

Consider the confusion to have come from chronic sleep deprivation on an 
uninformed mind.  Now that I've been informed of the true ID, I clearly see 
what it is.

It wasn't I, though, who was growing it outdoors in Ohio.  In fact, I've 
been there just once.  Anyway, now that I know it's a Dracunculus that 
grows naturally there, I tend to wonder why I paid $15 last year for one 
that rolled over dead within a week of purchase.  (Perhaps I should go back 
to Ohio.)


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