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Re: More on IAS Membership

  • Subject: Re: More on IAS Membership
  • From: Paul Tyerman <ptyerman@ozemail.com.au>
  • Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 09:40:28 -0500 (CDT)

Howdy All......

There was actually another email before this one explaining that I did not
receive any of the emails that were sent to Arisaema-L.  I have since
recovered them from the Arisaema-L archives and now know there there were
responses (Until Ray's somewhat abrupt message I didn't know he'd even sent
a response).

Hopefully this explanatory email will come through one of these days (when
Aroid-L gets around to it?).

I thought this was worth mentioning as many of you might be wondering why I
forwarded this email supporting the IAS when I supposedly hadn't received
an answer on arisaema-L.

So.... either it didn't get through to Aroid-L or it is on it's way
sometime (soon hopefully)


Paul Tyerman

At 10:50  17/05/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Howdy Again folks.
>here's another response that I didn't receive, detailing what the IAS does
>in the way of environmental support etc.  I also think this is worth
>disseminating to you all in case you haven't seen it.
>To those of you who are seeing this for a second time..... my apologies for
>taking up more of your time.  To the others..... More good reason for
>supporting the IAS.
>Paul Tyerman
>Canberra, Australia

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