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Re: Matt and Sam/Al Gore

Thanks all. Jesse, I am so glad Neil will be home too. Yes, they do change considerabley when put in this kind of situation but Sam's core person is still the same. I think he just unconsciously feel the need to protect it more.

I think Gore would be entertaining to listen to on this subject because he is so genuinely involved and concerned about it. It seems to me that even if only 10% of what he said was true, we should be doing something about it. Today's paper has a feature on the Politics page about Senator Barbara Boxer who, come January, will lead the Environment and Public works committee. She says, "Any kind of weakening of environmental laws or secrecy or changes in the dead of night - it's over." Haven't had a chance to read it all, but she does make me hopeful.

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jesse Bell" <silverhawk@flash.net>
To: "Gardenchat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2006 12:05 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Matt and Sam/Al Gore

Cathy and Kitty...so glad to hear the boys (men actually) are home. My
son will be home for the holidays on the 17th. Can't wait to hug his
neck. I'll be home recouping from surgery all this month...so I'll have
plenty of time to spend with him and catch up on what has happened with
him the past year. He left home a 17 year old kid...and came back from
Iraq totally changed...and grown up. *sigh* He's 20 now...and doesn't
look at the world the same way anymore. But that is to be expected I

Did any of you watch the Oprah show yesterday? Al Gore was on there with
his little global warming self. It was a good show. I finally got my
husband to sit down and watch what he had to say. His eyebrows went up
and he said, "we could lose most of Florida if this warming doesn't
stop! MAN!" He thinks I'm just one of those green, tree hugging, hippy
chicks when I talk about hybrid cars and global warming. Yesterday he
learned a lot. The name of his book/movie is so perfect..."An
Inconvenient Truth". Nobody wants to hear about it because


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