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Re: Mole Control with Castor Beans

In a message dated 96-09-30 21:22:29 EDT, you write:

<< ho learned the meaning of "NO!" at a very eary age:
 No -- you don't climb into the pigpenl!
 No -- you don't ride the cattle!
 No -- you don't climb the windmill tower!
 No -- you don't lean over the side of the bridge!
 No -- you don't ride a bicycle on Hwy 66!
 No -- you don't eat toadstools, or castor beans, or ANYTHING ELSE without
 permission! >>

We must be related.  I know I heard all of these and one more in particular
growing up.
No-- you can't keep it.  We don't need another_____(fill in the blank with
     that walked, slithered or flew by).

Dana Brown Lubbock, TX  Zone 7

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