I read that too.
Net subject of your post -
In Tx, there is no limit on bags. I have seen people with at least
thirty or forty.
Don't know where you are, or if you are wanting paper or plastic, or
even if there is a difference. I think I'd check with a trash
company for a ruling - no need to take chances.
Use venery rarely, only for health or offspring, as best as I can
remember from lots of time in Philadelphia and working in the neighborhood
of a university that was "Ben Franklin's Academy".
- Don Klipstein ( email@example.com)
On Jun 29, 9:51 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (Don Klipstein) wrote:
I believe Ben Franklin wanted the Wild Turkey to be the National
Symbol instead of the Bald Eagle,,something or other to do with the
eagles' scavenging not being regal enough..Speaking of Wild
Turkey,,they were reintroduced to this area around the same time as
the eagles,,perhaps a few years earlier or with earlier success
anyway..Now there are also alot of Turkey Buzzards around too,,big
sonsabitches they are..
Damn, man. The least you could have done is post that under an alias
for you alias!
It was also inefficient. New bag technology - particularly in the
area of space age polymers - has created bags with virtually no chance
of being dislodged or torn.
If you're dating a woman, look under her sink. Her level of insecurity will
be demonstrated by how many of those free plastic grocery bags she has. If
she has a reasonable amount, she's pretty secure, knowing she can get more
the next trip to the store. If there's so many in there the door just about
knocks you down when you open it, you know this woman is highly insecure.
Now, that you've added a little seriousness to this thread, I thought I'd
mention that last week while I was fishing near Rockton, Il., a Bald Eagle
flew overhead. I've lived around here for most of my 65 years, and had
never before seen one. My son was with me and he tells me that a nesting
pair has been around here for the last 15 years while I had been living in
Arizona. Hopefully, they'll help control the Canada Goose problem...weren't
many of those when I moved to Arizona, either, but now they're everywhere,
It was rare to see Bald Eagles along the Mighty Mississippi(WI,,IA)
25ya when the DNR or Whoever started to bring them back,,now it's
common to see many sitting on the ice beside open water in Winter and
many miles inland hunting and scavenging all year..The smaller
tributaries are now populated too..
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