Let’s play.

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You know you want to.

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I hate to say it, but the first thing that came to my mind when I read this?

Humans. The planet would be a far better, greener place without us. Goes without saying my blog stats would drop dramatically, but it’s a small price to pay.

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On a lighter note, there’s one simple answer for me.

Kale. The sooner we rid the world of this noxious weed the better…

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No kale crackers, no kale chips and for the love of all that’s holy… no kale ice cream.

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How about you? What do you want to banish from earth….

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53 thoughts on “Let’s play.”

      1. Very true. But I figured if Rivergirl has already removed humans from the earth, it’s just a matter of clearing up the mess that is left, so I would start with weapons – especially these MAD ones – so that it is safe for all the animals.

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      2. I’ll buy that, but consider this: If Riv goes first, it’s her post, we will all be gone but the nukes and kale will all still be here. There are other questions but, unless you just want to argue the point for fun, we can call it done and still be friends. We’re here, the weapons are here and so is the kale, DAMMIT!

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      3. Kale farmers have to make a living too, I guess. I actually kind of admire them. I’m sure there are other crops that would bring a better payday. That said, I ain’t eatin’ it.

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    1. There’s a weapon of the heart I would see excised from the world: The grudge. I know I have no right to expect, or even hope for the excision of this spiritual blight. I can’t even remove it from myself.

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      1. Grudges are not good – for sure. But weird situations do develop. Jack and I were estranged for over four years – and I am sure that both of us bore a grudge of sorts – and and perhaps felt justifued for that. The fast pace of life, the pressure on people, the lack of communication – weird situations can develop from misunderstandings to bitter resentment.

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      1. Smart woodchucks!!

        Neighborkid tossed pizza crust for wild creatures a couple weeks ago and it’s still there, maybe fossilized. I’m glad I didn’t try it!

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