Seeking Ti logs

Years ago I recived a Ti log (a cutting about 1.5 in long) in the mail. With loving care it grew into a greatTi plant.
Anyone know where I can get 3 or 4 of these now?
No commercial suggestions, please. I realize they are available for what I take as unreasonable prices. Nor do I want a grown plant, just some little logs to grow. I want someone who'll send me a couple for postage and friendly chitchat, as anyone who has Ti's has plenty of available cuttings.
Thanks, -Brad
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<< I want someone who'll send me a couple for

You can have some of mine, if you'll tell me the right part to cut and size--is it the growing end at one end and a cut below a leaf on the other? Mine are dark green with magenta stripes--right now the magenta overpowers the green.
zemedelec
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On 05 Aug 2004 01:05:16 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@aol.comspamfree (Zemedelec) wrote:

Thanks. I don't know "right part to cut". A "log", maybe 1.5 in long, 0.5 in diameter. Wherever that fits.
I posted here or elsewhere a year or more ago. I got the idea that Ti's run rampant with plenty to cut. That may be my mistake.
There are you, climatewise?
Brad
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