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Re: y2k

 my freezer does run on electricity we had hoped to have a generator.  But
we think to suffer with puter problems is grocery stores so we wanted to
make sure we had lots of food.  As for the hosta lady it is Paula  .  Tim
had got me into ebay and gave me the nick of hostalady but I don't want to
leave him out of things so he is always included.

Paula & Tim (hostalady)Tim is the cam man and the ad man I am just the
grower and farmer.

At 03:56 PM 12/09/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>&Tim (the hosta lady) said;   We got a huge freezer from a friend and I
>have been endeavering to fill it up and we have about 2 month supply of
>food in the house as we speak. 
> Doesn't your freezer run on electricity? I must be ahead of the bankers,
>my account has been withdrawn for many moons now.detroitd@n 
>  p.s. who's Tim the hosta lady? 

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