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(Mother Nature Network)   The science behind why you shouldn't worry about raking the leaves in your yard and instead stay inside watching football all day   ( divider line
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2013-11-28 02:07:01 PM  
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Fish in a Barrel: abhorrent1: I've always mulched them. Besides the other benefits, it's just easier. Plus in the fall I lower my mower to keep the grass very short so the leaves will blow into my neighbors yard. My other neighbors farking honey locust on the other hand needs to die. I have an inch of those farking seed pods on my driveway.

/what's a good way to poison a tree
///not really

You can't kill a honey locust.  They're the Wolverine of trees.

Honey locust don't care. Honey locust don't give a shiat.
2013-11-28 10:00:01 AM  
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Our grumpy 70 year old "GET OFF MY LAWN" neighbor must be real pissed at us.  We never rake our leaves, the wind sweeps all of the leaves into his yard.....  and he must work on his lawn every day.  Blowing the leaves one day, sucking up the leaves that lean up against his house the next.  I'm surprised he hasn't had a coronary yet.
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