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Sent this yesterday, but from an account not registered with the APD.
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From: Dinyar Lalkaka <dinyar.lalkaka at verizon_net>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 17:51:52 -0400
To: Aquatic Plants Digest <Aquatic-Plants at ActWin_com>
Subject: Re: silence
Roger and many other experts on this list have always very wisely advocated
solutions to planted tank problems based on addressing root causes. Zapping
the algae (or whatever) with the latest high tech weapons may make us feel
better, but may not be the most effective long-run solution to the problem.
What environmental conditions enabled the algae grow in the first place, and
which of these can we change to inhibit its continuing proliferation?
If warriors we must be, let's at least be thinking warriors.
> Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 08:52:52 -0600 (MDT)
> From: Roger Miller <rgrmill at rt66_com>
> Subject: silence
> This country spans thousands of miles and encompasses hundreds of millions
> of people, yet many of us -- perhaps most of us -- have a connection
> through family or friends to someone who was killed in Tuesday's attack.
> Our modern communications have condensed this huge nation that embraces
> every culture on earth into a single village.
> I don't believe that this country is on it's knees or that it ever was
> brought to it's knees. Just the same, there is a palpable silence in this
> country now. That silence is reflected on this list, but I hear it too in
> our offices, our parks, our stores. That silence -- which I am breaking
> now only after some contemplation -- reflects our communal respect for the
> courageous and our prayers for the victims.
> It is not a stunned silence that the world hears. It is the quiet
> mediation of a warrior.
> Roger Miller
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