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Re: IAC List?

Chick wrote:

> The IAC list is not a continuing process.  It is a list of named hostas that had
> not been registered at the time it was issued.  New hostas are theoretically
> supposed to be registered, and so are not added to the IAC list.  It's purpose,
> as I understand it, was to allow the hosta community to utter the names of
> existing unregistered hostas until a certain date without fear of punishment and
> to allow time for them to be registered.  After that date, which I don't
> remember, if they were not registered, their names could never be spoken again
> and all traces of their existance would be banished from the earth, or at least
> the U.S.  I don't know if this rule was meant to apply beyond the 12 mile limit
> of the U.S., its territories and possessions.  It is my understanding that these
> new laws were passed by the Republican controlled House but are not expected to
> get through the Senate, and face certain veto if they should.

Uh-oh. I have an 'August Moon' (banished, I read, for not having been registered
after making it to the list). Does it no longer exist, even though I see it before

These are trying times. Kris
Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

"Writing is the shaping of letters to represent spoken words which, in turn,
represent what is in the soul."
~The Muqaddimah of Ibn Khaldun

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