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May 24, 2009

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Mikeachim

All the leaf-blowers in Hell are petrol-powered, as well, for that extra-special eco-unfriendly touch.

Interestingly, I've always wanted to wander up and down the aisles of a library, using a leaf-blower, just for the Hell of it. When I'm feeling that I've lost my rebellious streak and my days of illicit tomfoolery are all behind me, I think of the leafblower.

Also, libraries are dusty. Within seconds, it's like the Dustbowl in there.

Claude

I've got a plan for you!
You ain't see yet the true danger of leafblowing! First, people mow their grass with all the poo left by wild and domestic critters. This produces little scraps of shit with zillions of bacterias piggybacking on it. Enter the leafblower: they just blow the mess all over for all human being to inhale and be infected over a square mile (or more)! Now, that's chemical warfare.
Actually, the point here is that someone should get the CDC or Homeland security involved (or both) to crack down on such evil behavior and restore public health.
So, here is the plan (if you kept reading tat far): sample the grass downstairs, get it analyzed then get to your keyboard, write some brilliant paper, get it peer-reviewed, published and voilĂ , pretty soon, your quietness will be restored!

Chelonian

"sample the grass downstairs, get it analyzed then get to your keyboard, write some brilliant paper, get it peer-reviewed, published and voilĂ , pretty soon, your quietness will be restored!"

Oh, well if it's that easy, sure! I mean, the hardest part in that is sampling the grass, because I need to go get my equipment at the lab and that's a 1h30 round trip minimum. Writing a brilliant paper, that's a piece of cake. I do that in my sleep.

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