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Re: Re: We're waiting...NOW Smokers

That seems a tad extreme to me.  I've used oyster shell and lava sand w/ fair to decent success.  Never heard of steel wool though.

----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty
Sent: 3/17/2004 5:25:17 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] We're waiting...NOW Smokers

> Well, I didn't want to make waves the first day.  Besides, she seems a very

> competitive, talkative, almost pushy sort.  Traits I don't thrill to.  So, I

> was trying to think positively and noted she was generally making an effort,

> you just can't depend on the the wind direction.  And thank goodness, she

> does pick up her butts.

> Everything I say  (the few times I do get a word in), she has to one-up or

> contradict, so I just let it slide.  But somehow bulbs came up and she said

> she wraps all her bulbs in steel wool before she plants them to protect them

> from rodents. I just simply wouldn't put something like that against my

> bulbs.  Anyone else ever heard of this?


> Kitty


> ----- Original Message ----- 

> From: <Zemuly@aol.com>

> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>

> Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 12:58 PM

> Subject: Re: [CHAT] We're waiting...NOW Smokers



> > In a message dated 3/17/2004 11:29:44 AM Central Standard Time,

> > richa@midlands.net writes:

> > I just can't believe that you haven't already informed your co-worker that

> > her smoking makes you sick,

> > Just letting her know it bothers you would probably do the trick.  I have

> > found that the easiest way to get people to do something is just to ask

> them.

> > Most smokers, IMHO, are pretty considerate of the fact that people are

> bothered

> > by their smoke.

> >

> > Just my 2 cents.

> > zem

> >

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