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July 7, 2008

Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog

I just wanted to call your attention to the addition of the Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog in the links list off to the side. These guys have a great site, which I read on a very routine basis, and they link to and say nice things about the Fruit Blog, so the least I can do is coax a little traffic their way. Plus they have a cool URL. So I'll forgive them occasionally (okay, often) talking about things other than fruit. I've linked to things there in the past, but I don't think I've ever posted a link to the site at large.

For those of you too painfully lazy or easily confused to make your way all the way over to the right hand side, here's a link for you:

Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog
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5 Comments:

At 7/07/2008 05:19:00 AM, Blogger Jeremy said...

Hey! Thanks!

Now, can we please have a long and ultimately useless argument about whether the tomato is a fruit? Or rhubarb?

 
At 7/07/2008 11:52:00 AM, Blogger Evil Fruit Lord said...

I can settle part of that right now:

Tomato is not rhubarb.

 
At 7/08/2008 02:21:00 AM, Blogger Jeremy said...

It's a start ...

 
At 7/10/2008 08:29:00 AM, OpenID esteracia said...

If we want to have this argument, I think you'd have to concede that strawberries aren't fruit either. Nor pineapple, but you know all this.

 
At 7/10/2008 08:45:00 AM, Blogger Jeremy said...

I've changed my mind. I do not want to have this argument.

 

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