Approximately 700sq ft of Lawn Sod FREE

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Approximately 700sq ft of Lawn Sod FREE
35ft X 20 ft section of lawn that is all sod...You Must Remove the sod from the ground. ABC rental will rent a SOD cutter that can help you.
Plus it's clumpy, with grass clumps and empty spaces in between, and it's on a slight hlll with a gully showing on one side. I think that means part of the "soil" will be full of stones. But it's free.
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On 3/12/2011 10:16 PM, mm wrote:

It was a great day in this country when the enslaved sod was freed. :-)
TDD
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mm wrote:

You gotta admit, they are being very clever about getting someone to do their work for them, and who knows, they just might find a suck^W person to come and do it!
Jon
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mm wrote:

Ah, but you live in a rational area. From yesterday's Houston Craigslist:
Gallon Bag of Frozen Large Mice (NW - Champions)
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I do exotic animal rescue, and have a gallon-sized bag of large adult mice for a ball python I'd taken in. The snake has since found a new home, and I no longer need what is left. When I ordered the bag, there were 50 of the mice inside. I probably only fed around 10 of them before she found a new home, so there are, we'll say 35 - 40 mice left.
These adult mice average 3.5" - 4" in length (the bodies only). Like I said, they are FROZEN, and I want my freezer space back. They have never been thawed.
I'd post a picture normally, but that would be a little morbid to do in this case.
They can be picked up in Northwest Houston, close to Willowbrook Mall off of FM 1960. Please email me for the address.
If you're not sure if your reptile will eat frozen, and just want to try a couple, that's fine too. I don't mind breaking it up.
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Oren wrote:

One wonders, though, why he didn't send the bag of unused mice with the snake? Perhaps he had a germ of an idea, possibly involving his next door neighbor and a jar of mayonnaise, that didn't come to pass.
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wrote:

I wondered about that too. It says the snake has found a new home. Maybe the snake left on its own and didnt' take the bag of mice with it.
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Lol...
Plus, she may have discovered a new way to 'get back' at the biting snakes.
I'll be injecting my legs with silicone, just in case I get bit and die; I'll at least know that dirty rotten snake will die too!
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Bubba said, "You're gonna die, Cletus."
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