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Acknowledgement

Posted by beegood z-3 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 27, 09 at 14:34

Why is it when people ask for info and then several people take the time to answer them they haven't even got the courtesy to thank them even if they do not use that help. Just wondering.


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RE: Acknowledgement

Probably because they are out in the yard trying to apply the information and save/help their animals. Or they have posted on several sites and ours got lost in the shuffle, and they lost track of who they responded to. Who knows.

Velvet ~:>


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RE: Acknowledgement

What little knowledge I have I am happy to share, and don't really expect a reply or acknowledgement. However, when it happens, it is such a pleasant surprise.
I try to respond to all the folks who give me advice, support and a good laugh, but I am sure I miss some of them.
Perhaps we just have to cast our bread upon the waters and hope it doesn't sink!


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