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By ChefDean
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I'd like to thank Evenwind for his most recent donation of some cool seeds, with a hint of more to come.
He has donated a pack of unlicked D. Ultramafica (you'll have to get the story of them being unlicked from him), four packs of D. Spatulata "Gold Coast", and, a new one, two packs of D. Capillaris "Eatonville, FL".
I'm pretty sure the others are unlicked, but our conversation didn't go that far.
The Ultra and the Spats are immediately available to all eligible members, but the Capillaris are available only to donors for the next 48 hours, then every eligible member after that.
Thanks Evenwind, donations are the strawberry jelly on my sausage biscuit. (It's a southern thing)
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By Panman
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I'm more of a blackberry jelly consumer myself, but I'm with ya' on the biscuit.

Thanks, @evenwind
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Panman wrote: Tue Mar 02, 2021 2:26 am I'm more of a blackberry jelly consumer myself, but I'm with ya' on the biscuit.
Agreed, though I haven’t had strawberry jelly in a long long time, I haven’t been very successful in growing strawberries, however, my blackberries spread like weeds.
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By evenwind
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ChefDean wrote: Tue Mar 02, 2021 2:10 am He has donated a pack of unlicked D. Ultramafica ...
I'm pretty sure the others are unlicked, but our conversation didn't go that far...
Thanks Evenwind, donations are the strawberry jelly on my sausage biscuit. (It's a southern thing)
There was no licking! No one was considering licking! You have no proof that there was any licking!

But let's talk about "jelly on sausage biscuit"!? Not to disparage any regional delicacies but really?
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By ChefDean
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evenwind wrote: Tue Mar 02, 2021 4:12 pmThere was no licking! No one was considering licking! You have no proof that there was any licking!
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Mmm-kay. Whatever you say.
evenwind wrote: Tue Mar 02, 2021 4:12 pmBut let's talk about "jelly on sausage biscuit"!? Not to disparage any regional delicacies but really?
I was as skeptical about it as you are, but a kind lady from out in the country talked me into trying it. Despite the fact that directions to her house include "turn off the paved road", she also has a Masters in Education. It helps greatly if it's a homemade biscuit and decent sausage, but Hardees sausage biscuits aren't too bad either.
Don't knock it until you've tried it.
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By evenwind
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Okay, no pre-trial knocking. But that supposed "screen shot" is certainly pure fabrication. Rather well done but still...
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I admit, it's synthetic.
I Frankensteined this "screenshot" together months ago, just waiting for some unlucky member to dispute one of my posts.
You got me.
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By evenwind
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Ha!

And just so you're aware of the legal jeopardy that you just avoided, I had already contacted my solicitor. He's a friend and neighbor and was already aware of the situation, having led the "lick it" chants in the street.
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evenwind wrote:Ha!

And just so you're aware of the legal jeopardy that you just avoided, I had already contacted my solicitor. He's a friend and neighbor and was already aware of the situation, having led the "lick it" chants in the street.
So you just admitted that there may, at one time, been some of the aforementioned licking of the said seeds and/or stalk, with credible witnesses thereof. Therefore verifying that my admission of a fabrication, is, indeed, in itself, a fraud.
My head hurts now, imma gonna go lay down.
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By Benny
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ChefDean wrote:I admit, it's synthetic.
I Frankensteined this "screenshot" together months ago, just waiting for some unlucky member to dispute one of my posts.
You got me.
Lesson learned.
Agree with whatever Chef says, or he'll make up some random embarrassing story about you licking plants while the neighbors and some trashmen watched.
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