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Conrad Nebeker
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+US Passport Online http://USPassportOnline.com  is a scam! I bet they make all their profit off the "nonrefundable" fee. $45 blown #USA #passport

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+US Passport Online is a #scam with quintessentially the worst costumer service ever, they hang up on you! #USA #passport
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It's Been a Long Time Coming -My Garden as a Work in Progess
Where my garden now stands, fall of '11 with weeds taller then I am When I purchased my house in the fall of 2011 the yard wasn't quite a blank slate. It was a blank slate with weeds all over it. The 6 foot tall variety in places. It was also mostly unfence...

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Gardeners everywhere hate snails, even the French I hear. They are slimy, eat rotting wood, and obviously all your plants. Especially your tomatoes. My back yard is where snails go to hang out apparently. They love it, and after years of neglect I don't blame them. But my garden is in now, and while they aren't on my menu (yet (and probably never will be to be honest)) they are on the menu for my beautiful egg laying hens. They LOVE escargot! I don't even have to sauté them with garlic. My chickens are on the other side of the spectrum from snails. I love them. They are cool to watch, add to my compost, lay eggs, eat my weeds, eat kitchen scraps, and obviously SNAILS!

http://conradnebekerhome.blogspot.com/2014/05/snails-are-gross-and-yucky-theyre-for.html

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Snails Are Gross and Yucky! They're for our Chickens!
Gardeners everywhere hate snails, even the French I hear. They are slimy, eat rotting wood, and obviously all your plants. Especially your tomatoes. My back yard is where snails go to hang out apparently. They love it, and after years of neglect I don't bla...

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Check out my new blog on gardening and read up on my hopes to live off it for 4 to 5 months.

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The impetus of my blog is a current project I have recently embarked on: to build, plant, and sustain myself from a garden (including egg laying chickens, and I will hopefully be getting bees sometime soon) over the course of June to October or November.

http://conradnebekerhome.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-grand-experiment-of-gardening.html
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