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July 31, 2002
One Potato, Two Potato

I know it has troubled all of us in the past. The fear, the anticipation, the sheer angst of waiting and wondering and not knowing. Now, all of that has changed, thanks to www.potatoinfo.org.

That's right -- no more worries about where your organic potatoes have been. This site allows you to trace them back to the grower, so you can see for yourself that all of your little spudlings come from a good home. Oh, the relief. One Potato, Two Potato used to be just a childhood game. Now, thanks to the good people at www.potatoinfo.org, fantasy has become a blessed reality.

Rejoice.

Posted by Woodlief on July 31, 2002 at 03:59 PM


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Oh, my little ones - now you can rest easy knowing your true roots. A tip of the turban to those tater ancestry tracers!

Posted by: Spud at August 2, 2002 11:20 AM