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RE: Black & Decker Trimmer/Jim

Like to know how it works out for you Jess.... and how heavy is it,
comfortable to use type stuff...oh- and how long do you get with one
charge of the battery too.... if you don't mind me asking.


> Well Jim...I did it. I went and bought the cordless/battery operated
> Black and Decker weed-eater and edger. Gonna go home and charge the
> battery. Can't wait to use it. I've decided that my children do a
> terrible job of weed-eating on purpose...so I won't ask them to do it
> anymore. Little do they know <evil laugh> that I will only do the
> weed-eating around my gardens...they still get to do the driveway and
> around the fences. They sling grass into my gardens with the mower and
> weed-whack my flowers...so I'll just do it myself, thank you.

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