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Re: [Fwd: Needs to be read.......]

Gee I thought it was to help keep the right to shoot voles from eating my
hosta?  Or shooting the groundhogs that eat the leafs.  But they can't deny
me the right to have an Uzi that I can automate so I can nail more of the
vermin that go after my hosta.... I think maybe I'll get Charlie to find me
a nice quiet place in England.  How long do you think we'll need to have the
plants in quarintine?


|  Kris Groberg wrote:
|  > Forgive me if I am somehow ignorant of something, but what does this
have to do with hostas?|  > Kris
|  Hi Kris  |  	This is an uneducated quess but I would say nothing. <g>
|  -- 
|  Bye  Bob

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