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If babies come from Storks and Storks are not indigenous to most of the
continents, how DO they have babies in Barrow, AK, or Christchurch, NZ?
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Subject: Re: Has anyone noticed...
On 6/13/2011 12:22 PM, Lynne Wright wrote:
> I was once showing a highly academically decorated person my garden, and
mentioned that I'd started a particular specimen from seeds.
> Astonished, she remarked: "You can grow plants from SEEDS?!?!?!?"
I wonder if she'd faint if you told her where babies come from? Or how!
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