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Re: One person's opinion

Jim, I am afraid that all too often I imagine that others are doing the hosta 
thing for a living and not just for the pleasure.  I know it is hard work, 
and Mary has genius, strong will and determination, but this is also her 
livelihood (I always imagine that she is a retired school teacher).  All that 
aside, Bob made a good point too.

I know that I have paid a hundred dollars for one of Mary's hostas, and have 
always been delighted to add any of hers to my garden when I can find them in 
the thirty or forty range, never giving a thought to ethics or how all this 
is being done.  I too can be greedy.

We can knock this around and point fingers, but what we need to do is to come 
up with a solution to the problem and not just what the problem is.  Mary 
made it very clear in her posting, as did Chick and Bob.

All right all that is my two cents for what it is worth,  Narda

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