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Re: lurking

That's true Theresa, but jumping into this with my two cents.  I think many 
have had questions go unanswered, and speaking for lurkers and 
non-regulars......I think folks would appreciate ONE I don't know...rather than no 
response.....especially when there are numerous one liner OT that could easily be sent 
directly to the person.  This makes folks feel  unwelcomed, or as outsiders.
Just my two bits on that.
zone 9
Texas gulf Coast

In a message dated 8/6/2003 11:02:27 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Subject: RE: [CHAT] which list is which
> Oh Fran-   don't take the lack of response as disinterest-  on the contrary,
> you may have something other's don't know about.  Myself, I hadn't ever even
> heard of bronze fennel.  Rather than everyone emailing with "I don't know",
> there simply is no response.  Stay with us- you clearly have plenty to
> share.
> Theresa

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