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    I'm headed out to cut my grass.

    I'll be happy to swing by your house and cut yours too, but you'd damn well better have your wife make fresh cookies and lemonade for me.

    Oh, and for all those Canadians who are still shoveling their "grass", I say HAHAHA HA!

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    cuttin' grass

    I'm about to move some in a few minutes, but not with a shovel

    But this place just got another 5 cm and there's still a month and a half to go (and I still have free passes):

    http://www.skibanff.com/conditions/snow_report.php

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    you cut your own grass????

    wow, how un-presidential

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    you cut your own grass????

    wow, how un-presidential

    It's something I do to stay in touch with the common man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    It's something I do to stay in touch with the common man.
    Do you dry it and bag it as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    It's something I do to stay in touch with the common man.
    Grass roots effort, you might say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhway View Post
    Do you dry it and bag it as well?
    If only it were that type of grass....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    you cut your own grass????

    wow, how un-presidential
    Right now, having grass is unpresidential.

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    That's because you get 3mm of liquid every year, and 2mm of that is the schoolkids pissing in your yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    That's because you get 3mm of liquid every year, and 2mm of that is the schoolkids pissing in your yard.
    Just under the fence in the back.

    Our bamboo varietal is something like Golden Sunset or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    I'll be happy to swing by your house and cut yours too, but you'd damn well better have your wife make fresh cookies and lemonade for me.

    Oh, and for all those Canadians who are still shoveling their "grass", I say HAHAHA HA!
    Just cut mine today too. I'm so glad to have that task back in my life for the next 7.5 months. Of course, the grass will go dormant in mid-July, and I'll only have to cut it every 3-4 weeks after that until late Sept. The John Deere fired right up. Belched out some dark grey smoke upon re-entry, but ran like a champ after a few laps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    I'll be happy to swing by your house and cut yours too, but you'd damn well better have your wife make fresh cookies and lemonade for me.
    Hey, she would be delighted. Does your service include thawing the grass first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinty View Post
    I'm about to move some in a few minutes, but not with a shovel

    But this place just got another 5 cm and there's still a month and a half to go (and I still have free passes):

    http://www.skibanff.com/conditions/snow_report.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadMan View Post
    I'll be happy to swing by your house and cut yours too, but you'd damn well better have your wife make fresh cookies and lemonade for me.

    Oh, and for all those Canadians who are still shoveling their "grass", I say HAHAHA HA!
    The riding was great around Ottawa yesterday. Mind you I had quite the time getting the bike out of the igloo but you knew that already.

    Seems like this thread is heading towards the pound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    you cut your own grass????

    wow, how un-presidential
    No, no, no . . . you make the big money AFTER you are president!

    BTW - I cut the grass here over the weekend for the third time this year.
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