I really didn't know where to post this, but I wanted to make a statement.
To me, this is an inspiring group of members and a site I look forward to visiting even several times each day. I consider the members cherished friends even though we've never met. I'm touched by the caring and sharing shown by members toward their fellow humans of all races and religions, even animals and insects. Why can't governments and multinational corporations see the real people in the world? I know the reasons and they're all to take what someone else has for personal gain.
Back to my first thought. Thank you Roger and others for somehow eliminating the spam advertising that creeps in through new memberships and others that have nothing to do with kitchen gardens. KGI members who are gardeners and list their web/blog sites on their profile gain my applause.
I'm probanly well past middle age, achey, and sometimes grumpy, as a group on the old site was called, and feel I am entitled to moralize a bit. Keep up the good work, because this site gets better all the time.
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