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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Composted kitchen scraps are great for making super-rich
    topsoil. Here's the recipe: Accumulate leaves, grass
    clippings, and kitchen veggie scraps in a pile. Add new
    stuff in the center. If it gets really dry, add water.
    Stir occasionally.

    It's really easy. Just don't put in sticks; they take
    forever to decompose unless you actually put some effort in. :)

  • Actually, the city usually owns between 5 and 10 feet of easement from a street into a property. This allows them to make sidewalks, put up mailboxes, dig sewers, plow snow and do other things without having to ask you. I was at my town hall last week talking with someone while getting mosquito dunks and he was talking about that. He said some guy was being a real jerk, calling the town and telling them that he wants them to replant the grass that the snow piles killed in his yard. He said he told the guy