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Re: White Christmas as a Pod Parent

In a message dated 7/24/1998 7:04:12 PM Central Daylight Time,
rebel01@starnetinc.com writes:

<< It's the Hosta Wheels!  Or is it the Hosta Wheel Committee moving that 
 Tom Micheletti
 CCREDUX@aol.com wrote: 
 > In a message dated 7/23/1998 2:23:54 PM Central Daylight Time, 
 > BTW, speaking of short periods of time, did anyone happen to hear the news
 > a particle that has been discovered that is 1/10 of one-millionth of a
 > centimeter in diameter and revolves as a "wheel" at the rate of 100 million
 > times a second!!!! I dont know how this relates to hostas but maybe it
 > be a cure for foliar nematodes--the Dreaded Japanese Golden Nematode! OR it
 > might inspire someone to name a hosta, 'Fast Track'.
 > Clyde Crockett z5 >>

You're right!! 

BTW,is my Monument Circle on that fast spinnin' wheel??

It is SENSATIONAL if I have to say so myself( the Devil made me say it!!).

Clyde Crockett z5  
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