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"Martin" wrote in message
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On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 12:25:05 +0000, Sacha

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That's something the women here are also very aware of, I assure you and
yes, those of us who've suffered this fool for years are pretty sure
there's
a simple, if humiliating-for-him, explanation!


Spell it out Sacha, make our day )

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Now THAT is an opportunity she will just NOT be able to ignore. You watch
the aggression, venom and lies spew forth now :-))

Go to it Hubbard, let's see you at your venomous best :-))

My word that woman does have a problem, just watch.

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On Feb 18, 1:24 am, Sacha wrote:
On 17/2/07 19:27, in article
om, "La Puce"





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On 17 Feb, 19:11, Sacha wrote:
Maybe incorrectly named. Only maybe. Maybe it's a new sport - who knows?
You don't but you are *determined* to ram it down my throat when all I'm
trying to do is be a bit cautious.
Are you saying that you're not aware that plants are sometimes incorrectly
misattributed and that when that is discovered, corrections are made?
Really? You've never seen that in the Plant Finder?
I could not find that plant because you didn't give its correct name - you
missed out the 'prostrate' bit which was the final, essential component. As
you know, people can only identify plants by their Latin names if they get
the whole story and Latin names make it easier for everyone to know what
they're talking about or looking for.


Sacha it's enough now. I've said 3 times prostatus rosemaries, I've
given you 5 possibilities, I've told you the one I have, I've
mentioned Jackman's and blue rain, both are really creeping,
scrambling, climbing rosemaries R.prostratus VARIETY Jackmans' and
Blue Rain, I've told you where to find them, you told me one didn't
exsisted, I prooved you wrong, I've told you what I thought and your
reply to me was 'Not remotely close to what blablabla....'. And now
'maybe', 'couldn't find it because of wrong name'? What wrong name?
I've said prostratus rosemarinus - plus two different varieties.


Now **** off.


Always the lady. Thank you so much

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I don't take a certain person's posts but unfortunately it has got
reposted. What a truly horrid vulgar person, I don't know of any lady
on urg who would ever use such words, anyone would think they were
uttered by a guttersnipe.

Anyway lets change the subject to much nicer thoughts.

I have returned from France and want to thank Janet Tweedy for her
package which she kindly sent to me on the garden group local to her.
There was a huge programme of events and outings to gardens,
competitions etc. If only we had such a group in Norwich as she does
in Bucks. Janet, I notice one of the outings is halfway between us!!

Does anyone else have a thriving gardening group in their area?

JudithL at home


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In article . com,
" writes

I have returned from France and want to thank Janet Tweedy for her
package which she kindly sent to me on the garden group local to her.



Ah well as editor, website and tea and coffee monitor I can send these
things out
Hope you enjoyed the read.



There was a huge programme of events and outings to gardens,
competitions etc. If only we had such a group in Norwich as she does
in Bucks. Janet, I notice one of the outings is halfway between us!!


There's quite a few interesting places over your neck of the woods
Judith so we often find places to visit. Many of our members are lucky
enough to have both the time and the money to enjoy these trips.

I guess some areas have members who can't take time off on a Saturday
or middle of the week to go on excursions.
Why not advertise and start a club? Even a small group can be viable
and you might attract quite a few like minded souls out your way for
trips and the occasional speaker. I belong to a fair few clubs and some
have very few members but nevertheless they get to gardens and so on.
Many NGS and other special gardens are owned by people who are happy to
arrange a private visit for a small group.


Does anyone else have a thriving gardening group in their area?


I did find it strange that when I wrote to the RHS both this year and
last year to see if they had a list of Gardening clubs and societies
(even limited to only those affiliated to the RHS) they claimed that
because of privacy laws they couldn't divulge the whereabouts of any of
them!! They could only give me the secretary of the local club to my
area which is just plain daft. I travel to Reading for the HPS and also
to Hertford, so areas can be quite far apart but still be wroth
attending if a special speaker or subject is available.

Why on earth wouldn't the societies want people to know who or where
they were? Surely there must be a definitive list.
When/if we ever move this will colour my decision and thoughts about
several areas (well that and a good dentist, vets and place to walk the
dogs!)


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"Janet Tweedy" wrote in message
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I did find it strange that when I wrote to the RHS both this year and last
year to see if they had a list of Gardening clubs and societies (even
limited to only those affiliated to the RHS) they claimed that because of
privacy laws they couldn't divulge the whereabouts of any of them!! They
could only give me the secretary of the local club to my area which is
just plain daft. I travel to Reading for the HPS and also to Hertford, so
areas can be quite far apart but still be wroth attending if a special
speaker or subject is available.

Why on earth wouldn't the societies want people to know who or where they
were? Surely there must be a definitive list.
When/if we ever move this will colour my decision and thoughts about
several areas (well that and a good dentist, vets and place to walk the
dogs!)


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Janet Tweedy
Dalmatian Telegraph
http://www.lancedal.demon.co.uk


Data Protection Act being applied to ALL on their books when it was not
really necessary. 'Someone' within the organisation not knowing the full
rules and application and steering too safely to the 'No I can't do that
because of the Data Protection Act'

Having said that, they 'might' be right depending on who the people are on
their lists and 'how' their names and addresses are applied.

I have thousands and thousands of names and addresses on my files. 'Some' I
can band about quite freely, others not.

Hope that helps.

Should you wish clarification on the DPA, fire me a question or two to
mikedotcroweoneatbtinternetdotcom, preferably with a telephone number and I
will discuss your question/query with pleasure.


Mike

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