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  #11  
Old 08-18-2004, 09:43 PM
Cereus-validus
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Who give a flying fig over brand names, Intracile?

Get over yourself and get a life.

Why not just call it calcined clay kitty litter?


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Old 08-18-2004, 10:10 PM
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And after due observation, you don't have much real knowledge about The
Botanical Sciences. So Others can discuss and you, as usual, can continue
making your inane comments.

CWR

interesting
weirdness.
I
off
to
outside.
others.


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Old 08-19-2004, 02:59 AM
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"The Botanical Sciences"?

What is that supposed to be, UpChuck, some sort of new age religion?

The science is called botany. Its the study of plants, plain and simple.

You have never shown even the slightest whit of understanding of basic
botany in any of your postings, you pompous dweeb.

Today, I spent the morning identifying plants and how to properly grow them
in a local conservatory.

I doubt you even know shit from shinola.

You are about as knowledgeable and as dangerous as the arses in the
following links.

http://www.internetweekly.org/images/bush_shinola.jpg

http://www.internetweekly.org/images...al_shinola.jpg

http://www.freshwidow.com/bradscomix...t_shinola1.jpg


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continue
misconceptions
handed
very
of
to
mum
so
to
I
them
refused.
in
later.
thats
degrees.
to


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  #14  
Old 08-19-2004, 03:00 PM
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"Cereus-validus" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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them



PhD and 40 years experience say different. And I know phony when I observe
one and you are a perfect example. Again, your name calling does nothing
except verify my conclusion.

CWR.


for
science
chunky
none
fell
know,
little
so
fell
memory"
leaf
grew


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Old 08-19-2004, 03:39 PM
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PhD and 40 years experience doing what? Flipping burgers at Micky Dee's? You
see a phony every day when you look in a mirror, UpChuck. All the time, I
see know nothing dweebs with degrees. You are another to add to the list. So
far, it appears the only experience you have with plants is eating salad.

Your e-mail address doesn't have an .edu at the end. So, I know you are not
a professional educator. You are just another lying troll egomaniac.

If you ever actually answer anybody's questions we will have proof exactly
what little you do know. Until then, why don't you just go back to looking
at porn and stop showing everyone how worthless you are.


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observe
The
other
falling
my
back,
wrong,
bio.
I
so
knock".
"junior"


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Old 08-19-2004, 06:57 PM
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Was never much for titles, but you seem to not understand much else.
Besides, weren't you the one who told me you were an expert at everything.
Tnink a little now, when you add 40 years + PhD you get retired which
further verifies my opinion which agrees with many others. Also perhaps I
was in Private Industey or self employed. You're undoubtably the troll.

CWR


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You
So
not
simple.
hoping
been
with
that
plant
of
month
a
the
stem
style.
Yes,
year?


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Old 08-19-2004, 11:00 PM
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Chuckie baby, are you saying you can't possibly be a troll because your are
so computer inept you don't know how to do a spell check? Then all you could
be is just a bitter old man with too much time on his hands? Yeah, I saw a
panhandler on the street that said he was self-employed independent
contractor!!!


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I
list.
salad.
exactly
looking
basic
grow
nothing
about
plant
a
Sorry,
you
5
well
barely
and


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  #18  
Old 08-19-2004, 11:23 PM
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AT LEAST I USE MY REAL NAME. WHY ARE YOU AFRAID TO USE YOURS?

CWR


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are
could
everything.
I
Dee's?
time,
are
religion?
the
can
botanical
message
totally
quite
into
grow
the
baby
are
steadfast
"plant
with
90
upright.


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Old 08-19-2004, 11:56 PM
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I don't see any evidence of plant memory in this situation.

There have been serious scientific studies of plant memory and plant
intelligence, not to be confused with the pseudoscience in the
bestseller The Secret Life of Plants. The first symposium on plant
neurobiology is set for next year:

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A recent article, "Aspects of Plant Intelligence", in a respected
botany journal has a section on "plant memory and information
retrival."

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  #20  
Old 08-20-2004, 12:44 AM
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I always said plants were social, and tend to copy each other.

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Well,
when
healthy
know
pieces.
she
and
pieces
and
stronger
he
like
up


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