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Re: Hosta Sports (and VBG)??????????????????????????/

Jim Hawes wrote:
RE:>>In my opinion , it was not in very good taste.

And you feel your rants against Ben are?  Interesting.  All I'm saying is why don't you fellas work this out in court and leave us out of it?  Seems like a reasonable approach to me.

I want to examine Hosta genetics without all of the political banter.  So, I've created a domain name for this, and will soon add some web pages and a discussion forum where serious students of this issue can come and share information.   A friend of mine teachers genetics at Rutger's and I hope to have he and others from ISU become involved in some discussions.  It's just me trying to be helpful but apparently I'm mucking it up as I go along if I've managed to offend you.  I know you are a serious student of Hosta genetics, both at the microbiological level and the hands-on knowledge level.   The only reason I invoked the power of "the Carolyn Schaffner approach" was because I want to discuss Hosta genetics, not unrelated topics.  This was to discourage hecklers.

This undertaking may not appeal to you anyhow because I hope to be attracting those who are interested from the molecular biological point of view of studying Hosta genetics.   We're going to be talking about some rather indepth stuff because I don't know that we can go a lot further in our understanding of these phenomena without a closer examination of what is really driving their occurance--from the inside out.

I regret if you felt isolated or defensive.  I worked on that "manuscript" (as Marvin Lemke likes to call them) for six hours trying to eliminate all possibly offensive language.  I just wanted to discourage people from requesting a login name if all they want to do is post trivia or fight.  I don't have time to explain why understanding transposable elements is more important to me than jokes, politics, or fights.  There are separate posting areas for this type of thing.  

Maybe I need to lighten up and get a life but my mother-in-law is moving in today.  I've got a lot on my mind... :-)  Tee Hee Hee....

Andrew Lietzow
#1 Plantsman at http://hostahaven.com
1250 41st St
Des Moines, IA 50311-2516

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