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max diyer

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Don't know if the green sock was moldy or envious. Then if it is Rico's, you will have to
take It up with him.
The Grinch had green socks. Probably closer to brown and the aroma that would turn a skunk.


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What a pickle....I could use a pickle plant, but I have way too many unbuilt industries and very little space for it as well.....

However, there used to be a pickle plant in Spring Lake MI, further back than I care to admit to....

max diyer

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Growing up, we had a very large garden with lots of cucumbers. I would pick them off the plant and eat 'em. Up until 5 years ago, I couldn't eat cucumber, but liked pickles. Now ain't that a pickle.

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