Friday, October 13, 2006

Sewer Vegetables

My grandmother's intestinal apple tree reminds me about some people I know who harvest all their produce from a sewer that runs by their house. There are a few places where the sunlight comes in from drainage openings, which in combination with the extremely fertile compost in the sewer creates the perfect condition for broccoli, cabbage, corn and many other foods. Big Agribusiness doesn't want you to know about this because it would undercut their profits. That's why they introduced E-coli in the lettuce, to put people off of the idea.


Blogger The dykes next door said...

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12:52 AM  
Blogger LeoBro said...

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And a bag of vegetables.

11:12 AM  
Blogger The dykes next door said...

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11:30 PM  
Blogger LeoBro said...

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8:16 AM  

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