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  1. What I understand is that Fed Ex will allow direct to customer shipping only in those states that allow it assuming you have the permits to do so. There are about five today.
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  2. we're on steps 11 or 14 as above. "legal dept" is working on it though, they told me (!). The "speed of business" and "the world on time" seem foreign concepts. Maybe their attorneys are all on the Cast Away island with Tom Hanks. FedEx is like Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot." Perhaps tomorrow. Perhaps tomorrow. :-) Hoping for the best, for us and each of you as well!
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  3. Correct, that does not look like Juniperus communis var. depressa, the common juniper, which is the juniper used for making gin. Communis has very short, sharp, pointy needles (leaves). Var. depressa is also a relatively spread-out, lower growing juniper, although not ground crawling, like horizontalis. There are a few others that can be used to augment the communis, but none of the typical nursery junipers will be suitable. Generally, all have edible cones (fruit or berries), but flavor and aroma vary considerably. Some western juniper smell like cat urine to many people.
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