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Re: A Third Option?

Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:

> OK, OK, I'm also a little bit of a collector.  :-0   But it's something I
> fight every day in my life, so I have to come up with good excuses if I am
> to continue denying my vice.

See, there's the fallacy in this whole discussion.  There is absolutely no
logical reason not to buy lots of hostas.  Those of you who think this is a
vice or sickness are simply mis-informed.

Send me money, I'll send you hostas.  You'll see how much better you feel.


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