Dec 01, 1999 10:15 PM
> A farmer used to sow his seed in the spring. He decided that this was
>not enough of a growing season so he started sowing his seeds in the
>winter. And they all died.
Bart, your post would have been a work of art if you had just left out the
above daffy ditty. It doesn't make a bit of sense. First of all, why
would the farmer and the seeds ALL die in the winter? Did he get pneumonia
while plowing in the winter cold or something? Secondly, not all seeds are
supposed to be planted in the spring, such as winter wheat. Are you sure
you got enough of the story here to make it a moral parable?
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