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Re: Wide Brim streaked...

NardaA@aol.com wrote:
> Chick, I have three that I consider to be fairly stable, Sweet Standard,
> Striptease and William Lachman, they seem to be just fine as long as I
> recognize the occasional green eye and whack it off.  
Hi Narda
	I was surprised to hear you say Striptease. Most tc labs I talk to and
alot of people that have got them over the years complain about them
reverting all the time. I have three or four here and am always having
to chop them up to keep them going.
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