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On the topic of blame, I do not blame Bushie for the other day texting a reply I got hopelessly
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Gerry Atric, Obviously you've not been growing/selling wheat for long. AWB pool wheat
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Well, farmed, exactly what is your moan, if you are intelligent enough to articulate it?
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