21 thoughts on “At The End Of The Hay

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Sorry DavidT.
      I have no control over when my comments appear.

      If it’s any consolation I think your one is better.

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        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          It’s why I won’t write an hilarious, weekly post for Broadsheet.
          They’re cool with that, so I am too.

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  1. Increasing Displacement

    When you see the fields after they are cut you realize what a powdery barren substance the soil has become without leaving them fallow for a time
    Without the influx of chemicals and fertilizers it’d be useless

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