I know life's a bummer baby, but that's got precious little to do with me
The Sequoia don't care about the maples, or the oaks neither.~
But at least none of them yap (or don't).
They do get sappy, though.~
Hope that singer didn't suffer too much when the tree fell on him.
if, must you maple my leg?demeur, Folger's instant coffin.duchess, if a tree screams in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make an album?
I'm sure if it does, it's very entlike, or gnarly, or folky.
Ah yes, the old "trees or people" dilemma.
Yeah, I have several screws rattling around inside my head but I swear the vocalist sounded like Cookie Monster screaming "brains."
I appreciate your sentiment but I had to turn the volume down when the neighbors banged on the wall. Back in the day manly men of manliness took pride in chopping them down. Playing music for them is better.
Trees are nice at a distance. Close to home, they create a lot of work, sometimes expense and even danger.
duchess, we need to hire some ents to demolish the monstrosity being erected behind the Towering Slab.tom, who said anything about a dilemma?BB, cookies, like trees, are also good.susan, so telling them that it was Halifax Arbor Day didn't work?SWA, that's what you get for not taking the time to master the wizardly art of weather control.
Long live the Redwoods! Long live the trees! Admit it Randal--your a hippie at heart :)
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