Beach comber, grave walker, chicken lover
So, presuming from your bright red cover with the flat-tracking motorcycle, I presumed I would be horrified by the damage done by motorcycles to the river bar. Imagine my surprise to find the culprits involved with the destruction of the environment were yay-hoos with guns in four-bys and a$$holes in sedans dumping trash. Do your writers and graphic "artists" not talk to make sure the cover actually has a teensy bit to do with the actual story? Or, like a lot of commenters who seldom wade through the collection of words that comprise a story, does the person designing the cover just PRESUME to know what it's about? Geez. Otherwise, good story, Linda.
I never could figure out why growers don't buy in bulk but I was happy to see photos of one bust where Fox Farm bags were laying about; yay for shopping local? Just a suggestion but, perhaps the horticulture shops might have drop-off bins at their shops where customers could drop bags for use by those who need them for trash and such. I use cloth grocery bags so find myself scrounging for bags to use for trash. I use soil bags when I have them. I use my cat food bags and anything else I can find. Some of us don't use quite so much soil in our daily lives would be happy to use someone else's bags and keep them from the landfill.
I am disappointed but not at all surprised. Dangit!
I'm not a fan of those who would "speak for America"... speak for me. Geez...the Tea Party purports to do the same and, frankly, I'll speak for myself, thank you.
He had shading in this evening and was putting another coat on the white...CARSON BLOCK...looks better than bare wood.
Johnny certainly has the ... ehem...balls for it, whether or not he wears the speedo for proof! All hail the Princess!
Which one requires a port-key...I want that one.
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Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
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