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The way you think hml. HML, CJ Spirit keep trimming. Looking nice can be a great thing.

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Lieutenant Dan wrote:
It is known in our industry that houses that have thick covering bushes near windows and doors are more suseptible to being robbed. So it goes without saying, if you have an overgrown bush please trim it down. A nice trimmed bush looks nicer anyway. Who wants to look at an old house with a huge overgrown bush anyway?
What industry are you in where you prefer trimmed bushes?

It almost sounds like you might prefer a house with no bushes at all.
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greymouser wrote:
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What industry are you in where you prefer trimmed bushes?
It almost sounds like you might prefer a house with no bushes at all.
A house with no bushes would be the safest, I agree. But a house with no bushes is not very appealing to the eye as well. There should be a happy medium. I believe a house with a nice small and well maintened bush(s) is most appealing. Houses with large and overgrown bush(s) tend to attract unsavory charactors.

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Lieutenant Dan wrote:
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A house with no bushes would be the safest, I agree. But a house with no bushes is not very appealing to the eye as well. There should be a happy medium. I believe a house with a nice small and well maintened bush(s) is most appealing. Houses with large and overgrown bush(s) tend to attract unsavory charactors.
I agree... a well kept lawn is eye catching.....trimmed bushes frames the home while overgrown bushes hides the beauty of the home....no bushes at all seems to be a waste of good framework ......;)

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Lieutenant Dan wrote:
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A house with no bushes would be the safest, I agree. But a house with no bushes is not very appealing to the eye as well. There should be a happy medium. I believe a house with a nice small and well maintened bush(s) is most appealing. Houses with large and overgrown bush(s) tend to attract unsavory charactors.
I live in the Desert, no bushes to trim but I have a lot of rocks!:(
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CJ Rocker wrote:
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I agree... a well kept lawn is eye catching.....trimmed bushes frames the home while overgrown bushes hides the beauty of the home....no bushes at all seems to be a waste of good framework ......;)
Agreed!!!!

We should go into "business" together!!!!
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DondoDork wrote:
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I live in the Desert, no bushes to trim but I have a lot of rocks!:(
Ouch!!!!

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But in the desert it means EVERYTHING is all PRICKly.
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wichita-rick wrote:
But in the desert it means EVERYTHING is all PRICKly.
Rick
The was a poster that used to post here named Gloria. She has a thing for cactus so she'll be here sometime this month to pick up a barrel cactus that I have. His name is Mr. Prickly! I absolutely HATE cactus!

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Lieutenant Dan wrote:
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Agreed!!!!
We should go into "business" together!!!!
I build the beauty of the frame and you do the trimming .......

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wichita-rick wrote:
But in the desert it means EVERYTHING is all PRICKly.
Rick
I heard them Prickly things leaks out a fluid ever so often
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DondoDork wrote:
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The was a poster that used to post here named Gloria. She has a thing for cactus so she'll be here sometime this month to pick up a barrel cactus that I have. His name is Mr. Prickly! I absolutely HATE cactus!
Once I spent a very long day driving around the entire island of Hawaii (the big island) which is a somewhat arid and dry. While driving several prickly pear variety of cactus were in bloom so I just had to stop and collect a few samples of these beautiful red blooming cactus pears to take home to Oregon. Huge mistake. The little pricks (not a play on words) embedded hundreds of slivers in both my hands and it took days for things to fully recover. Lesson learned: Take pictures of shit you don't know dick about.
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Jun 12, 2014
 
CJ Rocker wrote:
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I build the beauty of the frame and you do the trimming .......
Sounds good!!!! Just let me know when....so I can get a "head start".

8-)

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Lieutenant Dan wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds good!!!! Just let me know when....so I can get a "head start".

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Getting a little a Head is always good
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Harrison Freebird wrote:
<quoted text>Once I spent a very long day driving around the entire island of Hawaii (the big island) which is a somewhat arid and dry. While driving several prickly pear variety of cactus were in bloom so I just had to stop and collect a few samples of these beautiful red blooming cactus pears to take home to Oregon. Huge mistake. The little pricks (not a play on words) embedded hundreds of slivers in both my hands and it took days for things to fully recover. Lesson learned: Take pictures of shit you don't know dick about.
I bought some burlap to wrap it in and then told her to put it on a slab of wood while she transports it. I'm in AZ, she's in CA so she is waiting on a permit to take it across state lines. He looks like this but bigger. And yes, those quills/prickly thingys hurt!

http://media.photobucket.com/user/mickeys_ros... [term]=barrel%20cactus&fil ters[primary]=images&filte rs[secondary]=videos&sort= 1&o=9
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Jun 13, 2014
 
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Getting a little a Head is always good
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Yes yes, God bless your soul.

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