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Old 15-09-2013, 08:01 AM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "OrchidFever"

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that youre not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.
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Old 16-09-2013, 01:42 AM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that youre not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.
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Old 16-09-2013, 05:37 AM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"


"Jeus" wrote in message
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On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very
passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not
interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending
rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.


World wide web means Sydney to some. I don't mind as ya neva know one day I
might visit Texas when the orchids are in bloom.
I am a member of the if you can't eat it don't grow it club though...

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Old 17-09-2013, 09:22 AM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Mon, 16 Sep 2013 13:37:14 +1000, "SG1"
wrote:


"Jeus" wrote in message
.. .
On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very
passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not
interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending
rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.


World wide web means Sydney to some. I don't mind as ya neva know one day I
might visit Texas when the orchids are in bloom.
I am a member of the if you can't eat it don't grow it club though...


As am I... I haven't enough spare time to indulge in ornamentals.
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Old 17-09-2013, 09:45 AM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "OrchidFever"

Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that youre not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.

Geoffrey has not come back, looks like the penny dropped, he has not
come back and apologized for his mistake.
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Old 17-09-2013, 01:45 PM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"


"F Murtz" wrote in message
...
Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very
passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that youre not
interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending
rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.

Geoffrey has not come back, looks like the penny dropped, he has not come
back and apologized for his mistake.


Hey Fred Muck who made you the moderator of this group, which is UNmoderated
and free to all.

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Old 17-09-2013, 05:22 PM posted to aus.gardens,austin.gardening
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "OrchidFever"

SG1 wrote:

"F Murtz" wrote in message
...
Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz
wrote:

Geoffrey wrote:
F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am
very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that
youre not interested in, please disregard in the future and
refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!

This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.

Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also
have access to the Internet.

Geoffrey has not come back, looks like the penny dropped, he has not
come back and apologized for his mistake.


Hey Fred Muck who made you the moderator of this group, which is
UNmoderated and free to all.

Another one for the list.
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Old 27-09-2013, 06:11 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Sunday, September 15, 2013 1:01:29 AM UTC-5, F Murtz wrote:
Geoffrey wrote:

F Murtz Im sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that youre not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!




This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


We have a few orchid vendors which come to this country from Australia each year. I was merely posting our information to anyone that might be interested in coming to our show if they were going to be in the vicinity. If there was an event that I was interested in and was going to be in your country, I would like to know about it, , but I will not post here again. I didn't realize you folks were so intolerable of other countries events?
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Old 27-09-2013, 06:15 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Sunday, September 15, 2013 10:37:14 PM UTC-5, SG1 wrote:
"Jeus" wrote in message

...

On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz


wrote:




Geoffrey wrote:


F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very


passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not


interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending


rude replies. Thanks!




This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.




Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also


have access to the Internet.




World wide web means Sydney to some. I don't mind as ya neva know one day I

might visit Texas when the orchids are in bloom.

I am a member of the if you can't eat it don't grow it club though...


Orchids are typically part of gardens and yards, used as ornamental plants only for looking at and tending to. However, orchids are also used as a food by some cultures and a growing number of cooks around the world. There are no poisonous orchids are out there, so any of them can be eaten. In fact, some orchids are grown just for that purpose.

Read mo http://www.ehow.com/facts_4828217_ed...#ixzz2g6u55i9A
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Old 27-09-2013, 11:14 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 09:11:20 -0700 (PDT), Geoffrey
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I didn't realize you folks were so intolerable of other countries events?


We must be learning from the master of that game... one guess who that
might be?
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Old 22-09-2014, 03:21 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Friday, September 27, 2013 11:15:57 AM UTC-5, Geoffrey wrote:
On Sunday, September 15, 2013 10:37:14 PM UTC-5, SG1 wrote:

"Jeus" wrote in message




...




On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz




wrote:








Geoffrey wrote:




F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very




passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not




interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending




rude replies. Thanks!








This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.








Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also




have access to the Internet.








World wide web means Sydney to some. I don't mind as ya neva know one day I




might visit Texas when the orchids are in bloom.




I am a member of the if you can't eat it don't grow it club though...




Orchids are typically part of gardens and yards, used as ornamental plants only for looking at and tending to. However, orchids are also used as a food by some cultures and a growing number of cooks around the world. There are no poisonous orchids out there, so any of them can be eaten. In fact, some orchids are grown just for that purpose.



Read mo http://www.ehow.com/facts_4828217_ed...#ixzz2g6u55i9A


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Old 22-09-2014, 03:33 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Sunday, September 15, 2013 1:01:29 AM UTC-5, F Murtz wrote:
Geoffrey wrote:

F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about? If this is something that you're not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!




This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.




On Sunday, September 15, 2013 1:01:29 AM UTC-5, F Murtz wrote:
Geoffrey wrote:

F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!




This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.




On Sunday, September 15, 2013 1:01:29 AM UTC-5, F Murtz wrote:
Geoffrey wrote:

F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending rude replies. Thanks!




This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.


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Old 23-09-2014, 10:28 PM posted to aus.gardens,soc.culture.usa
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Default Heart O' Texas Orchid Society's 42nd Annual Show & Sale, "Orchid Fever"

On Mon, 22 Sep 2014 06:21:51 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

On Friday, September 27, 2013 11:15:57 AM UTC-5, Geoffrey wrote:
On Sunday, September 15, 2013 10:37:14 PM UTC-5, SG1 wrote:

"Jeus" wrote in message




...




On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:01:29 +1000, F Murtz




wrote:








Geoffrey wrote:




F Murtz I'm sorry if I offended you by posting something that I am very




passionate about to All of Austin? If this is something that you're not




interested in, please disregard in the future and refrain from sending




rude replies. Thanks!








This is an Australian gardening group not Texas.








Goddamned Merkins... another one who doesn't realise 'foreigners' also




have access to the Internet.








World wide web means Sydney to some. I don't mind as ya neva know one day I




might visit Texas when the orchids are in bloom.




I am a member of the if you can't eat it don't grow it club though...




Orchids are typically part of gardens and yards, used as ornamental plants only for looking at and tending to. However, orchids are also used as a food by some cultures and a growing number of cooks around the world. There are no poisonous orchids out there, so any of them can be eaten. In fact, some orchids are grown just for that purpose.



Read mo
http://www.ehow.com/facts_4828217_ed...#ixzz2g6u55i9A

You /still/ haven't worked out how to use a computer?
You stupid american ****.
 




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