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Hosta's and paychecks

I'd pay you more Narda!  Oh well no counting on a schoolboard for
As to jobs here's food for thought... Bethlehem steel is laying off because
it can't compete with the foreign steel. which also means that the business
that support Behtlehem will be laying off.  My company is laying off at
least 1500 people here and in England and possibly more.  I'm at the stage I
don't care who wins because neither party will do anything to protect my
husbands job or mine and neither party really cares about the middle class
and what they go through.     Sorry if I'm a little abrasive but I've been
spending almost 60 hours a week in a job that I'm finally realizing doesn't
mean as much to me as my family and friends.

From: <NardaA@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
| << If they have hostas, they should all earn more!!
|   I have done my share to plant a good
| selection of hostas in our land lab at school and did that get me an
| in my pay check?
| NO!
| N.

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