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Old 08-14-2012, 09:45 AM   #1
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It is raining this morning, so I finally slept in (for nearly the first time this summer) and I missed my walk.


I just opened YouTube to search more about vertical gardening in a greenhouse...but beforeI got to the search box, one of the featured videos caught my eye. Immediately, I thought about sharing it, but then the topic changed again, so I thought about a different forum to showcase the video, as it continued to present various clips, I finally decided the only place it really could fit is in the Gardeners' Cafe', then I thought about here in...Hey, That's Interesting!

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NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE -- Mind Blow #47 - YouTube
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Whoa!!! blind snake eel things a electric plant interfaces! pretty soon we can go all Avatar and just plug our ponytails into our plants and see what's wrong with them!
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Whoa!!! blind snake eel things a electric plant interfaces! pretty soon we can go all Avatar and just plug our ponytails into our plants and see what's wrong with them!
Dang...I cut my ponytail off about 10 years ago!
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