Now that we've solved the sewer root problem with motor oil, I would
like to recommend natural gas for gophers. Simply remove the plug on
your meter and screw in a fitting, connect a hose to the fitting and
insert the other end of the hose in a fresh gopher hole and wait. It's
quiet and requires no traps or making a mess out of your lawn with
If you smoke it is not recommend that you light up, especially if you
live on the side of a hill and the gophers have been there *a while*.
Caddy Shack flashback mode.
My next bright idea is for you to spend an evening at a comedy club.
Considering I referenced it to the absurd "Oil" post I didn't think it
was possible for *anyone* to *not* get the joke.
"If you want to make people laugh, your face must remain serious."
~ Giovanni Giacomo Casanova de Seingalt (1725-1798)
This is Turtle.
Your in error here but does sound funny. Natural gas will rise and come out the
first hole exposed to the surface. You would have to use Propane for it will not
rise but fall and stay in the hole. Not lighting up is still a good ideal during
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