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Re: Apology

HoroRL@aol.com wrote:
Interesting question, though, Rich. I'm wondering too. Did I miss the answer?
John Lanier
> Good morning:
> Yesterday, Jim Anderson, Winterberry Farms, posted us on soiless seed
> starting mixes.  He recommended not using "organic peats."
> I  asked Jim: "are there inorganic peats?"  I want to openly and sincerely
> apologize to Jim for my 'George Carlin' sense of poor humor.  My glib
> question was unwarranted and senseless.
> Hostally,
> Rich Horowitz
> Stoughton MA
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John and Laura Lanier
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