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Re: Seed trouble

Dewey, I hate to bust your bubble, but I remember those days also. I remember
when the mail came when nothing else could come through the snow and ice.
Funny thing, the cost has gone up and the service has gone down. I guess that
is why we have email and websites so we get our satisfaction that we have it
instantly. Afterall, we are the society of instant gratification, right?
Perhaps it is time to accept it as it is and learn to live with it?


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