Leaf blowers piss me off
Shirley from Ashburn Age: 24. Looking for a man for group sex, adequate, confident.
No, it's OUR problem, that's why we have laws. Nice and smart enough not to judge people. People tend to be much less tolerant of noise produced without obvious necessity. Some guy blowing one of the lawns sent a small pebble flying straight at my eye. The "green waste" which is collected in bags with power tools is a massive collection of important soil nutrients, in the best possible form for soil organisms. Two own and use blowers mostly seasonally.
Susana from Ashburn Age: 27. Looking for a permanent lover for periodic hot and interesting meetings.
Newton Police Buried With Leaf Blower Complaints
Manicured looks are easily done with a rake, a hand-reel mower and a pair of garden shears, except in the case of physical disability, in which case if I am not mistaken electric outdoor appliances are lighter to handle and definitely quieter. Most leaf blower operators don't intend to degrade their neighbours' quality of life, but it is a predictable consequence. Tonal sounds have a dominant identifiable pitch. You can defend Harley's up the wazoo but nothing changes the fact that they're freaking LOUD and obnoxious even, as Ted says, if they "don't intend to" be obnoxious. It will be ugly for a while, since most city soils are in awful shape, but the reason we see so many of the same weeds in our gardens as grow in sidewalk cracks and construction sites is that they're succession species which exist to quickly bring life to damaged soils like a PH imbalance or lack of carbon. By Hear Hear again anonymous Posted October 27, at
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Calling this one a record
Gee, rereading my post didn't explain why you assumed that I thought they weren't used in Spring or September. I always say you can't legislate stupidity and while what's become the "safety industry" attempts to account for what used to be covered by "that was your own stupid fault" the people remain stupid. My point was that they're used most during the fall when there are leaves on the ground. Quiet Sundays with no leaf blowers or hammers or drills or power saws.
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