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Thursday, June 25, 2015
A woman in Missouri is being forced to get rid of the front yard that she turned into a sandbox. Instead of being able to pursue her particular form of front yard happiness (no mowing and the local alley cats have no trouble finding a litter box), her community has decided that she must conform in what I suppose we can label lawn fascism. The woman apparently still plans to resist by putting asphalt over the sand. It's a good thing that she doesn't live in Ohio. America loves freedom and the individual except when it comes to the lawn apparently.
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