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Re: Hosta People

In a message dated 11/22/99 12:21:12 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
CCREDUX@aol.com writes:

<< People with high IQ usually cannot do anything. Einstein was a poor pupil, 
 as I recall. >>

Aha, you figured that one out on your own.  Know what, after teaching for 
twenty-three years I have decided that the high IQ child needs as much 
special attention as any other atypical.  The number of people walking around 
with an IQ above 130 is rare, very rare.  So here in hostadom we have a 
larger than average population of genius.

Ummm, we need to set up a "think tank" and solve the nematode, vole, 
etc..problem and I am still hoping to get a nice big hosta that has the 
coloration of Rhubarb.  


P.S.  Will Rhubarb grow in the shade? 
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