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Philadelphia air strikes

Nothing against composting corpses, but can anyone explain to a stupid
foreigner what the air strike story refers to?


Oliver Ginsberg
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10999 Berlin

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As Philadelphia is a city which has
>> been known to engage in Urban renewal by Air Strike ( re: MOVE)
>> this may be
>> a matter for concern to you.
>Fellow community gardeners: Here in Philly we counter these air strikes by
>gathering free manure from local stables and launching it at our attackers
>from low-tech, high power catapults made from abandoned car parts (seat
>springs, chasis, wheels, etc.) The Mayor's attempt to remove these
>cars is NOT to make good by reducing blight, but to take away our defense
>resources. Anyway, covering the windshield's of attacking air craft causes
>them to crash. City Hall Assassin Squad (CHASS) corpses are promptly
>composted in plots and the following season tobacco is grown, then sold to
>NYC detectives. Ah, the cycles of nature.
>Pour se garder sain d'esprit, il faut deconner de temps en temps.
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com
>End of community_garden Digest

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