Something that works for me, using Agent, is to open a reply window and
simply backspace the wrapped part of the url back into place then click
it. Don't send the reply, of course. ;-)
Don't know how this would work on other readers.
Hey, I've that one in my quotes file also! I like it.
Had the season's first radish and bread and butter sammy!!!
French Breakfast Raddies.
I put the tops on it also and it was......Yummo! ;-)
This is the first year I have ever eaten tops. I need to thin them and
am going to follow your suggestion of litely steaming them, tops and
I'll be doing that, for sure. Om suggested steaming young radishes and
tops and I am anticipating that. Been reading up on all the leaves that
are edible, and nutritious, and I was amazed to say the least. From
vegetable to tree leaves. Whooda thunk it? ;-)
Catch ya later, my friend...I'm gonna go stretch my back.
Hmmm...this is new to me. Sounds good...and spicy? I assume you pick
the pods when the seeds are still very immature?
Yep...the humble radish has definitely been taken to higer levels of
He posts on tx.guns. He's a TABC academy instructor in my area. :-)
One of the smartest and most savvy cops I've ever known.
I can't recall the thread he said that in, (probably the one where I was
considering cetaceans as sentient) but it IS a great statement. <g>
I generally eat radishes as a cooked veggie. I always rinse and use the
Thanks for the suggestion.
My newsreader (an old one but I keep it because it doesn't do some of
the things new newsreaders do and _does_ have an extensive filter set)
_has_ a "Fix Url" function which sorts it all out.
What the newsreader doesn't do, is automagically fix urls or treat urls
that are enclosed in < > as a complete entity..
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