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    It's a trap! We're just slaves again!

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    and realized we've been duped again. All this green propaganda was just a ploy to turn us from lazy desk slaves into fit field slaves again. We think we're starting a revival, but the government just wanted us to grow more food for them. :P


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    better yet, get a sheep. they have the added advantage of being tasty.

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    But then we'd have to buy fencing...

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    But growing your own food is like printing your own money.
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    Just make sure you eat all the food you grow so *they* don't get any.

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    Hey, I posted up a thread about this kind of thing not too long ago! Were I to have a yard, I'd certainly try mowing it with a scythe - they're terribly nifty things.

    In the meantime, I have an old sickle.

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    Very good. Really exercise the obliques. And he gets the barefoot benefit.
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    Just to think about that blade near my bare feet makes me shiver ...
    Why not just get a few rabbits, put them in a cage on low wheels and let them mow your lawn while you sunbathe

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    eh, after a few nifty scars, you figure it out. . .

    reminds me to get back on the community gardening bandwagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEversbergII View Post
    Hey, I posted up a thread about this kind of thing not too long ago! Were I to have a yard, I'd certainly try mowing it with a scythe - they're terribly nifty things.

    In the meantime, I have an old sickle.

    M.
    We have an old sickle, too! It's definitely not as expedient or ergonomical for mowing our 3 acres of grass as a scythe is. We're actually looking at buying a scythe now, especially since Knifegill tends to kill most gas-powered lawn equipment (lawnmowers, weedwackers, etc. We're afraid to give him a chainsaw...). I guess he's just too much of a caveman!

    Although, for the $200+ we'd be spending on a scythe, maybe we should buy some sheep and a fence... except, our baby is due in September, and I'd rather focus on taking care of the baby rather than a sheep. One thing at a time, and all. I hear babies really eat up your sleep, mental-capacities, energy, time, and sanity like nothing else...

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