We are a small team working to build a site on Gardening and plants.
We set up a first draft there :
- http://www.gardenandco.com /
The site just opened, so you will find it pretty empty. But this is why we
are writing here to you: would you have some information to share there?
At the moment, we focus mainly on:
- web links (Yahoo style directory)
- Articles and News
We are looking forward for your comments, any advice will be most welcome.
Yann & Franck
Just what the world needs, yet another freaking gardening website.
Everybody and his uncle already has one. Every newbie that learns how to set
up web pages starts another gardening website because they can't think of
anything original. The market is already beyond flooded and spread way too
thin already. Its best that you try really hard to think up something
Instead of us going to yours, why don't you farkles come here and we can
answer your questions.
Somebody aught to create a website with nothing but the malaprops and faux
pas in prez Dubaya's speeches. There are so many of them, its hysterical.
Who elected that dyslexic clown to office in the first place?
I certainly do.
I often cringe when I thumb through a new gardening book.
So many of them are such badly done uninspired flashy fluff pieces for the
coffee table with lots of misidentified pictures (especially the succulents)
and the same old lame advice rehashed. "Houseplant" books are usually the
worst offenders, especially when they put wrong info in those weird charts.
If gardening is supposed to be the #1 hobby, then why is the gardening
section in the book stores always way in the back of the room?
".......If gardening is supposed to be the #1 hobby, then why is the
gardening section in the book stores always way in the back of the
You place the things most wanted furthest from the door to get your
customers walking past a load of other things in the hope they will also buy
things they see on impulse.
Just look where the essentials are in your supermarket..
Same as they don't put the most popular brands at eye level., that's where
they put the things they want to push.
Remember that amongst the 98% of dross that is produced as Gardening books,
articles and web sites etc there will always be that 2% worth looking at
Ok, you can do better. Lets see it. You don't even have the talent
to write a script or to html editing. hahaha. Maybe that's where
this underlying jealousy of yours comes in at.
On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 09:25:42 GMT, "Cereus-validus"
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, you are obviously way overdue for another
therapy session with your vibrating cucumber!!!!
I already have 7 groups of my own, you misinformed delusional frustrated
Wrong again, Fredo.
Its dim witted stooges like you with low expectation that are a major part
of the reason why such dreck is out there dumbing down to your simplistic
level of understanding. There is no incentive to put out a good product if
the typical consumer is a clueless nitwit like you. You aren't even bright
enough to be a moron.
Stop your whining hemorrhoid. Many people have left here and gone to
mail lists, forums, etc., because of your consistent arrogance,
bullying, and putrid sense of humor. This could have been a better
place if it weren't for you.
On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 00:22:52 GMT, "Cereus-validus"
Hahaha...this is all you can come up with. Now run and play child. I
have no time for your little tantrums. Off to find someone who really
knows how to handle a woman.
On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 17:34:29 GMT, "Cereus-validus"
Lots of those, too.
Jim Lewis - firstname.lastname@example.org - Tallahassee, FL - Apples and
Oranges: A Demonstration -- Welcome to Hooterville! Population:
2000. Elevation: 3000. Established: 1850. TOTAL = 6850 -- Bob
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