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brieanna wrote:I would totally be in for this but water makes my grass grow which requires me to mow it.
egg-zack! i find the optimum scenario for my lawn is, mow at highest height and never water it, thus conserving water... darn stuff is still suburban green concrete, nobody's into wildflowers around here despite the environmental benefit of diversity. at least they've banned lawn chemicals round here... but there's still no emission regulation on mowers (i could drive my mom's prius to pittsburgh an back putting out less bad stuff than one o' them does in an hour)... and will somebody explain to me why everybody in detroit has a frickin' riding mower even though their lawn's smaller'n their garage? aren't those folks outta work? oh, and every other house's got a dog, whatsupwitdat? should turn the hose on those mutts... or, maybe a series of sprinklers... waitaminit...
the ha is silent - i'm laughing on the inside
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In for one. Good timing since I figured out yesterday half of my sprinklers don't work. Now I just need a hose or two to actually make them work...
Gee, my avatar looks just like me!
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It seems fairly evedent that many Wooters don't have enough to do during the day if they have all these inane questions about a stinking lawn sprinkler.
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