> Actually, it's a family tradition, father son duo. Evidently, Alex grew
> up seeing how easy it was to prostitute oneself and make a decent living
> that he's following in the old man's scat.
> Rich Molini
> 2419 East 281st Street
> Atlanta, Indiana 46031 Phone and Fax 317-984-9600
The Grad. students of the American Phytopathological Society hosted a World Hunger
Symposium at the Annual meeting this year in Montreal. Alex Avery (Yes, Dennis'
Son) presented for the Hudson Institute. A link to abstracts, etc. is available at
-- Russ Bulluck Ph.D. Candidate Department of Plant Pathology North Carolina State University PO Box 7616 Raleigh, NC 27695-7616
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The soil population is so complex that it manifestly cannot be dealt with as a whole with any detail by any one person, and at the same time it plays so important a part in the soil economy that it must be studied. --Sir E. John Russell The Micro-organisms of the Soil, 1923 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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