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Re: Hosta College

In a message dated 2/29/00 7:04:25 PM Eastern Standard Time, EntICE11@aol.com 

<< Lu,
 and you work for hostas yes?????

Paula, you just point your finger at one person on this list who will not 
work for hostas if given the opportunity, problem is finding the opportunity. 
 Maybe hosta college would be the perfect opportunity to stand on the corner 
with a sign around your neck that says, "Perple and Unstable, Will Work for 
Hostas."   N.
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