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So, gardening.

"Dillo dirt" is a fine product of our local industry--Austin's refined sewer sludge and mulch combined together into a rich, dark compost. Great for refreshing lawns. Good stuff, reasonably inexpensive, and how very green of the city of Austin to turn sewer sludge into gardening material.

After devastating a large chunk of my lawn by digging holes, tromping all around, and getting clay all over the grass, I upended a few bags of Dillo Dirt I had around the area, by way of apology to the grass.

Out of one of them fell a five-pound wedge of concrete.

Beyond the very basic question of how and why, one must ask--WHAT do Austinites EAT?!?

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shockwave77598
Mar. 25th, 2008 02:38 pm (UTC)
Sakes!! I'm coming to Austin with some Stool Softener. I'll make a fortune selling it there.

(And here I thought the stuck up rich oilmen down here were the ones who had bricks up their asses. Or was that their heads? Same thing, really...)
spottylogic
Mar. 25th, 2008 02:40 pm (UTC)
Well, it's no surprise that we have a rich supply of fertilizer in the area, between all the darn liberals and the lege' when it's in session. I still wasn't expecting concrete.
paka
Mar. 25th, 2008 03:46 pm (UTC)
It's vegan and has plenty of fiber!
spottylogic
Mar. 25th, 2008 03:48 pm (UTC)
Definately in the "roughage" family, yes :)
tenar10r
Mar. 25th, 2008 08:05 pm (UTC)
It is a big lump of solidified tofu.

Edited at 2008-03-25 08:08 pm (UTC)
fizzitt
Mar. 26th, 2008 01:49 am (UTC)
I start every day with a nice bowl of rebar. I'm on the Richard Kiel diet.
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