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  1. Josh says:

    Me thinks someone who made spreadsheets in high school to track the shirts he wore over the course of a week (ie You) shouldn’t throw stones at someone who makes a list of their laundry (ie Me).

  2. Nancy says:

    Jamey, you think being impractical is the problem here? You bruise like a peach! And I think you would be one of those people who can’t rip the paper and end up falling backwards. Sorry babe!

    And who cares how much dirt costs!! The more she drinks, the better you look!

  3. Trevor says:

    I wish I had more time to ponder these things! At a quick glance, my initial reaction is that most vegetarians probably would eat meat if it grew on trees. I don’t know a whole lot of people who stopped eating meat because they despised the taste (although I guess they probably exist, given that I feel that way about all vegetables). Also, if the Manning family adopted Michael Vick, two things would happen. First, the fourth (non-football player) Manning brother would just get even more sad. Second, it’d be like the scene from Newsies where Joe Pulitzer dressed up Cowboy like a high-class kid and made him work for the papers. All of other strikers (in the case, the Pacman Joneses, Chris Henrys, and TOs of the world) thought he was a traitor and he eventually ended up back in his rabble-rousing striker role. (I know that is a tenuous analogy–I doubt too many people watched Newsies as a kid AND keep up with NFL football scandals, but one or two of you may appreciate this.)

  4. Vineet says:

    As a home owner and cultivator of weeds, dirt can be much more expensive than you think. That black good looking dirt = expensive. Hard, nutrient depleted red-clay= cheap. In all, average dirt is not cheap. Although, the expensive stuff would probably be called soil.

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