Re: CP digest 229

Philip F. Wight (
Fri, 20 Jan 1995 07:50:49 -0800 (PST)

My sympathies to all you who have to face the two-letter state
abbreviations. I still am not sure myself if MI is Mississippi or
Michigan, for example.

I still have a hard time with British and Canadian postal zones, with
their incomprehensible groupings of letters and numbers, never sure if I
am seeing the letter O or the number 0.

We are being forced into saying more, but typing less.

Nepenthes question - at what point is a pitcher no longer contributing to
the welfare of the plant - when the upper portion begins to dry out, or
when the entire pitcher is withered? At what point does the pitcher
cease providing nourishment to the plant? Should these pitchers be
removed immediately, for the health of the plant, at that point?

Thank you for your advice.