|Date: ||Wed, 1 Dec 1999 03:16:23 -0000|
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|From: ||ferreter <ferreter@GATE.NET>|
|Subject: ||Re: answering everyone at once|
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Hi Jordan , As far as i know the accepted colors for our brothers of the
Jewish Faith is Blue & White, Blue & Silver .
kwansa is red, black, yellow and green
hope this helps and i don't get screamed at . hey , anyone scene a
cuttlefish lately . Ferret, weaseling my way towards the canal zone
From: Jordan Star <Murex1Man@CS.COM>
To: CONCH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU <CONCH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Date: Tuesday, November 30, 1999 8:55 PM
Subject: answering everyone at once
> Christmas is coming so I use red & green (I don't know of any Hanukkah
>colors). Everyone has much email and other things to do so I'll keep it
>(this 'letter, not a person, right The Tall One).
> To begin with, the address for a shell screen saver is;
>email@example.com & gundersr@UWP.EDU, the last address will photograph
>your own shells. Since I'm the Murex Man a screen saver of Murexes would be
>great if I find one.
> To our shell friend in the Netherlands; on p. 164 of Seashells of the
>Northern Hemisphere by R.Tucker Abbott, copyright, 191 has a picture &
>description of a zebra mussel mentioned if I remember the Latin name you
>(I think so).
> I want to mention to Glen & Laura Burghaart that I got a copy (unbound)
>of the book; West Coast Chitons when I subscribed to Of Sea & Shore
>in the early '70's. I also like Chitons as well as Murexes probably because
>of Bill Old (who sadly pasted away), of the mollusk (it's spelled right,
>in a LARGE dictionary) department of the Am. Museum of Natural History.
> Well, I think that takes care of everyone for now. If I missed a
>question, there is always a next time.