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Re: bitchin'

In a message dated 03/23/2001 7:49:36 PM Central Standard Time,
msbucky@home.com writes:

Why did you leave
them so long?  Was it an experiment or did they get fogotten?

I wish I could claim any of the above two reasons, but NO.
Just no time to get to them.

I remember going out in the winter of 1999 and taking two pots out from under
their covering and taking pictures of the roots and them I put them in a
plastic bag and then into the butter compartment and their they stayed.

I am riddled with guilt every time I open the fridge!!!!

Sorry to say-no shipping to Canada, except seeds.


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