On the USENET the best way to "get something over", including yourself,
is to avoid the use of inarticulate idioms.
Critics tell me my biggest "issue" is my unwarranted humility. Constant
criticism of it makes it worse. Sometimes I think I'll never get over
it by myself.
Thanks for your concern. Now, back to our topic: Cleaning Small
Blotches on Linoleum.
Yep, I can play with words too.
There's organic mulch, meant to absorb and contain moisture and promote
growth of surrounding plants. Not to be confused with the close relative
word: compost. There's, also, inorganic mulch which does the opposite.
Like crushed brick.
There's also mulch used a perimeter boundary around trees and so forth
that's organic but has slow decay process. Depth of such mulch is key in
preventing growth of unwanted plant growth other than the tree itself.
Mulch, what BS word. Ought be politicized.
I've seen it at Barbecue Bob's Family Style Restaurants. It looks
really good and tastes even better. It's a bean type product.
I think he's over at alt.cooking-chat. And now to return to the
topic... I wonder how Bob cleans small blotches on linoleum.
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