September 23, 2010

At the New Lawn Café...

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... you can get your bare feet all wet.

13 comments:

sunsong said...

The new lawn is looking very good :-)

neil young - harvest moon

Shannon Work said...

Your photographs are intriguing. Thank you for not revealing too much about them. I find myself imagining and filling in the blanks. Very cathartic - and entertaining.

Meade said...

Do we?

Irene said...

Rush Limbaugh today considered the Avastin debate, addressing the FDA's announcement last Friday to postpone its decision about rescinding approval for the drug.

AST said...

But not your shoes?

Almost Ali said...

Move over NY bedbugs, the most lethal parasite known to modern man is in your mattress. Yes, it's Obama's favorite dictator, Mr Ahmadinejad, and he's armed to the teeth.

And yes, our UN ambassadors showed amazing 'courage' by walking out on Ahma's psychotic speech, though "I" would have preferred they step on that parasite first. Then exit with their heads up instead of looking at the floor.

Meanwhile...

Knock-knock.

Who's there?

Ahma, it's Barack, Obama, the Presiden...

Listen, how many times do I have to tell you; GO F**K YOURSELF!

Jason (the commenter) said...

The Obama administration is arguing in court that only members of the Log Cabin Republicans should be allowed to openly serve in the military, and no one seems to have realized the obvious implications.

Don't gays want equal rights? Join the Republicans. Even Obama says it's the smart thing to do!

edutcher said...

Walking in your bare feet outdoors this time of year may get you the sniffles.

I guess the Professor is up late writing that first pop quiz of the semester.

Clyde said...

Silliest thing I've seen recently: Katy Perry banned from Sesame Street for showing a little too much cleavage. Ridiculous! I mean, most of the kids watching Sesame Street were nursing not too long ago, so they know what the mommy-bumps are for. This video isn't likely to make the kids horny; it'll make them hungry!

Now, if Sesame Street really wants to clean things up, they'll go after those deviants Bert and Ernie!

traditionalguy said...

Ah yes, Walking on new grass and rich soil in bare feet. Another reminder to thank our creator, and also to thank Meade who tends the creator's garden.

E.M. Davis said...

My front lawn is still half-yellow and dormant.

I just love the wild swing from Ohio Summer to Ohio Winter.

deborah said...

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Hancey said...

Disease is caused when the normal growth of the New Lawn is disrupted because of its interactions with pathogens like fungus. The pathogen comes from the environment and hinders the growth of turf grass. Diseases generally occur where the environment is floods with pathogens. Moreover the plants which are more stressed are prone to disease as compared to unstressed plants.