Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 10:46:08 -0400 From: Tom Massey <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg1954$foo@default> Subject: RE: New to group
Well, thats what I get for sending something to the entire group when I
meant to reply to the author of the letter only. Yes, TN refers to the
state of Tennessee, and HA refers to the state of mind. UT, on the other
hand, while sometimes referring to the state of Utah, in this case stands
for the University of Tennessee, NCAA national champs in football - take
that you Seminole fans! - and the University where I obtained my Ph.D. (and
Oh, and NCAA is a strange quasi-governmental cabal determined to
simultaneously drain the simple joy from those participating in athletics
while increasing higher education's dependency on it. Or something like
Tom in Fl.
I beleive TN and UT are references to the states Tennessee and Utah in
the U.S.A, 'HA!' is just the text version of a chuckle:)
> Hi lads,
> erm, where are TN, UT and HA?
> > Ron:
> > As a native of TN and a one time resident of Knoxville (UT alum)
> > the group. I have good memories of Knoxville - at least for the most
> > HA! Anyway, I have a number of Neps. hybrids and species that you
> > be interested in. Originally from tissue culture: N. bicalcarata,
> > gracillis, rafflesiana, sanguinea, ventricosa (maybe). These are maybe
> > inches across. Cuttings: number of hybrids plus ampullaria, and a few
> > others. Cost maybe 10-15$ plus whatever it cost to mail.
> > Tom in Fl.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: RS [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Friday, May 28, 1999 3:07 PM
> > To: Multiple recipients of list
> > Subject: New to group
> > Greetings to all CP discussion group members!
> > My name is Ron and I live in Knoxville, TN close to the beautiful Smoky
> > Mountains.
> > I have had a Nepenthes Coccinea for a few months and have been bitten
> > the
> > Nepenthes " bug". I've just acquired very small pots of N. Khasiana, N.
> > Thorelli, and N. Truncata.
> > I know I have so much to learn and am reading all I can, and was very
> > pleased to find this discussion group.
> > I am looking for other varieties that are fairly easy to grow outside
> > terrariums. If anyone has plants for sale, please let me know.
> Seos mac Carthaigh
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