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Re: new expensive hostas WARNING WARNING

In a message dated 12/11/1998 12:29:19 AM Central Standard Time,
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<<  Both Clyde Crockett and Ran
 Lydell are carriers of a contagious disorder that is thought to  be carried
 in hosta pollen. Although there is no known cure, short periods of relief is
 often sought  in the purchasing, trading, asking for, registering,  looking
 at pictures of, and talking openly about hostas.
Dear All,

I am writing on behalf of  Daddy. He has been taken to hospital. (It is
actually one that deals exclusively for severe and unusual allergies.) He has
been diagnosed as having giboshialettis. Unfortunately, the disease is not
curable. It can be controlled, however. Daddy will be put in a padded cell and
forced to read e-mail messages from the AHS Robin. The docs think this will
purge him of the disease.

His daughter,

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