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  1. woodlawndon

    woodlawndon Registered User
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    Free leaves. You won’t find leaves like this just anywhere, they are the rare breed that only fall once a year. 100% organic, great for compost, starting fires or for that stylish look just lying on your grass.

    Today only: as many as you want, you simply have to harvest them from my yard. You can imagine, demand will be high, I wouldn’t wait. Act now!

    Both love and hate this time of year.
    Don

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  2. MartyR

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    This is an offer I can't resist - exactly what I want right now! My only problem is that I live in England, and therefore would need to export the leaves - do you know if the CITES regulations include these rare leaves as an "endangered species", and if so where I might get certification?
     
  3. woodlawndon

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    Tell you what Marty, if you come over and harvest these rare angiosperms, I will take care of all the paperwork required. If they become as popular as I think they would be in England, I can probably keep you supplied for a very long time. Think of the fun and profit!
     
  4. richiec

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    Remember, these rare leaves can only be harvested by grumpy teenagers who have better things to do on weekends like hanging out, playing video games and driving around wasting gas.
     
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    It would also be nice to have a very large library, so you can press all of those between pages!
     
  6. Kevin W.

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    If i had a big yard like this, i would use a mulcher lawn mower. Nice yard btw.
     
  7. richiec

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    If I could afford a big yard like that, I would hire a landscaper to have at it and haul it all away.
     
  8. woodlawndon

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    Since no grumpy teenagers showed up to take advantage of my great deal, I've had to go at it myself. Timing is always an issue every year, if you wait until they're all down they will be covered in snow until spring, so I have to do them at least 3 times. I use this rig, kinda slow because you are emptying all the time but works fairly well. Hopefully I can get back to playing with clocks soon.
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  9. Kevin W.

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    The condo where i live, it takes so much time to gather leaves and haul away. A mulching mower would give fertilizer to the grass and be so easy to use.
     

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