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Re: Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #102 - 3 msgs

Oh, Don, people who make ex-husband jokes show off their personalitities
to anyone who hears them and decent people don't take everything they
hear so seriously.    Peace....................................

On Mon, 30 Aug 1999 14:29:37 EDT "Don Corleone" <godfatha@hotmail.com>
>>From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
>>A Clarification:
>>NYC has running water (thank God)and we wash root veggies oft times 
>>plots, however...with all the diesel exhaust and particulate floating 
>>the Hudson from New Jersey, we certainly wash our veggies before we 
>>Adam Honigman
>I'm sure you could have answered this question without the necessity 
>bashing a neighboring state (a whole STATE, no less, not even a 
>Are you so familiar with the whole state to make a gratuitous comment 
>as you 
>did?  I honestly doubt it. You're probably only familiar with the part 
>don't like.  So please keep your remarks to yourself.
>I'm sure NYC is a very nice place to live for some people.  So is NJ.  
>someone who has lived close enough to NYC to see the skyline all my 
>life, I 
>personally would not want to live there.  However, I don't bash the 
>because of that.  Please try to be more polite and confine your 
>answers to 
>helping people.
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