Re: "communist" farmers hound verifiable test of vidalia sweetness
Tim Byars (email@example.com)
Thu, 29 Oct 1998 16:40:26 -0800
At 3:49 PM -0800 10/29/98, Grlygrl201@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 98-10-29 16:03:37 EST, you write:
> [This offends me deeply. I can't believe they're going to get away with
> hounding this fellow. In any other market, 97% would sign up with his
> service or another and move on. In any case, it's a violation of free speech
> and association, no? Rohit]
>Maybe you can explain to me why I, a Florida resident, cannot find, much less
>buy, a Florida Sweet onion. They are every bit as good as Vidalia onions, but
>way cheaper. They are simply unavailable. I asked the Publix produce person
>why, but no one seems to know. Maybe they're just AFRAID TO TALK! Commie my
>hiney - it's the Georgia Mafia!
>"I'll make you a offah y'all can't refuse, Boy!"
Can you by a California orange? Because I can't. Only Floridia Oranges.
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