So you got your crew, your crew conveyance and some port-a-potties out there, and probably some hand tools
Take out the port-a-potties and the van and this scene could be from 1916 just saying…
In my day, we’d call this a brontosaurus, but then again we also called Frisco Frisco, plus at that time they learned us that Pluto was a full-on planet so oh well don’t listen to me, I’m sure they have a better word than brontosaurus these days, when kids don’t learn (how to smoke and) how to name dinosaurs from Flintstones reruns…
First it was all like this.
But now it’s all like this, as we enter fiscal year 2014-2015:
No signs of Life:
These stubby nubbins are no match for Twin Peaks, so that’s why you can’t watch NBC without paying The Man on a monthly basis.
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It’s also why you can’t host a Super Bowl Party once every three years.
BTW, your local electeds just looove the Comcast monopoly – it’s kind of a failure of Democracy.
In closing, death to Comcast, death to Time Warner. Rise up, Comrades!
Get all the deets of the FREE FARM right here.
“The Free Farm is an urban farm founded in January 2010, by a constellation of non-profit organizations in San Francisco. We are located on a 1/3 acre lot on the corner of Gough and Eddy Streets on a parcel loaned to us by St. Paulus Lutheran Church. In our first year we have built a farm, grown and given away over 2,500 pounds of fresh organic produce, convened gardening and urban homesteading workshops, and hosted community, school, and religious groups. Come by on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am-2pm or the first Sunday of the month from 10am – noon, to visit the farm or lend a hand.”
Why don’t you check things out the next time you’re in the Western Addition?
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All the deets:
“Since its creation in January 2010, the Free Farm, as become many things to many different people.
-to cultivate the earth by growing fresh organic vegetables
-to cultivate ourselves by tending to the well-being of body and mind, soul, and spirit
-to cultivate society by creating a microcosm of mutuality, simplicity, generosity, and love
How we live out our intentions:
-grow and give away food, seedlings, and garden supplies to those who are in need
-offer garden, environmental, wellness education
-facilitate diverse spiritual practices
-advocate for environmental, climate, and food justice
-practice hospitality and host community events”
See you there!