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Re: RC: Re: poison plants
Hey, MIchelle . . . should we remind them which side WON?! LOL!
Trish & pretty David
from North of the Mason-Dixon
I dunno if y'all are trying to stir the pot or smoking it, but the Civil War
is over! Sheesh!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Truman Prevatt" <email@example.com>
To: "RideCamp" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 12:32 PM
Subject: RC: poison plants
> Nope I wasn't but that is sure a smashing idea to deal with the yankees.
> yet is to set aside a nice spot in this area for visiting yankees to have
> fairwell picnic after they come down here in the winter and spent their
> Then before they go back the the great frozen north and after they have
> all their lose cash we they could be given hot dog rosting sticks from the
> Oleander bushes.
> Should work. What do you think, Howard? It's better than giving the
> indegestion from eatting too many yankees:-).
> EquesB@aol.com wrote:
> > Re: Oleander
> > I remember back in the 60's the people who built the Causeway between
> > and Clearwater (FL) planted LOTS of Oleander along between th eroads
> > the waters edge. They also put in Bar-B-Que grills as this was a spot
> > people liked to picnic, from boat or car. Needless to say, people
> > getting very, very sick. (Not sure about how many deaths) So now the
> > Oleanders are still along the highway, but there are signs on four sides
> > warning not to use them for firewood, hot dog sticks or anything else.
> > did howevr eradicate a lot of yankees back then. <bg> Truman, were you
> > then?
> > Jackie Baker
> Truman Prevatt
> Brooksville, FL
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