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Re: foods and feeding
Right on Dominic,
It's a problem with the medium. I'm most likely to be fascinated by an
in-depth discussion of something I really know little about. OTOH, that's
exactly the kind where I have nothing useful to contribute, so appear to be
a silent sufferer, when I'm not at all.
Don't let our silence indicate disinterest, guys, OK? For those bored, the
delete key still works (if we keep the "Subject:" pertinent).
> Rjga at aol_com wrote:
> > I suspect we're about to be bombarded with "Please Remove" requests. In
> > deference to the VAAAAAAST majority who probably don't give a hoot about this
> > thread, perhaps those of us who are interested could just keep this
> > discussion among ourselves and give the other victims a break.
> Actually, I've found it fascinating. I'm learning (and finding I'm going to have
> to look up) a great deal! I think the discussion is pertinent to killies and fish
> in general. Just as are discussions of water chemistry or pathogens. It's not
> like you two are flaming one another - this has been a very useful discussion.
> Back to lurking (but feeling slightly more informed)
> Dominic Stones
> Richmond Hill, Ontario
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