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Re: discontent

  We also need a website...with an online
>Yearbook with the malcontents' 
As I look at what has taken place here, during the last 12 months, I am
more and more "struck' by the seeming fact, that the two main Hosta robins,
have tended to divide along political lines!  hosta Open seems to be a home
for "rugged individuals" whareas Phenix seems to attract a considerable
percentage of "liberals"  There is a tendancy for those individuals
(liberals)to form "packs, under the leadership of one or two "lead wolves".
 Personally, I am able to think for myself (thank you) and don't really
need a big "brother"(sister)telling me what to do!

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