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PETE MOSS

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Pete Moss
This month's staff member is Pete Moss, who came to us from a 1937 dictionary alongside the word Poncho. At first we thought this was his name, but he soon set us straight. We do not know Pete's nationality, but we do know that his message is universal (and that he's not wearing anything under his poncho).

Pete is shown here with Babu, the Texas Escapes Mascot. Babu was brought back from the annual Belize Lizard Festival where he was third runner up in the flesh eating category.
Pete's gardening advice this issue is:

MULCH!


Pete's words of wisdom this issue are:

Time is Nature's way of insuring that
everything doesn't happen at once.
John Troesser
1998

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