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RE: Crushed boxes and additional material


Wilbert:
    I, for one, received my package in pristine condition.  Must be lucky,
I guess.



-----Original Message-----
From:	Wilbert Hetterscheid [SMTP:hetter@worldonline.nl]
Sent:	Saturday, June 10, 2000 2:15 PM
To:	Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
Subject:	Crushed boxes and additional material

peoples,

With the first reactions coming in about the arrivals of phalloid tubers, it
seems that another repeat of something I already mailed earlier is in order
(don't you people read messages........he said, slightly annoyed.......):

the extra material of Dracontium and what not, has been announced by me. It
is NOT replacement but additional. So better enjoy it, or else.....

I also get reports of crushed boxes. Well, I can't take the blame for that.
If your silly post-services wreck everything but concrete, complain to them.
It is unheard of that packages get treated that way and we cannot count with
that or sending material will become impossibly expensive or time-consuming.
That's it, folks, take it or leave it.

Anybody have anything positive to say? I'm all yours!!!!!!!!

Wilbert







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