Free Food For Our Family

Free Food For our Family , well almost free,
we only paid a total of 5 bucks in seeds and 5 dollars for the 3 eggplants.

The tomato plant has the Orange Cherries nd they are a sweet variety. The corn is a sweet corn that is white.

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Frank says ... on Thursday, Jul 24 at 11:32 AM

Use two brown cobs for the wipe...and one white cob for the check. If the white comes out brown...use two more brown cobs and one white to recheck.

Lee98632 says ... on Thursday, Jul 24 at 10:36 AM

Yes, Frank. We also save the corn cob for that very purpose. Nothing goes to waste.

Frank says ... on Wednesday, Jul 23 at 5:25 PM

Fortunately you can use the leaves when you run out of toilet paper.

Free says ... on Wednesday, Jul 23 at 6:35 AM

I didn't say you used "FERTALIZER." I said you used fertilizer.

Lee98632 says ... on Tuesday, Jul 22 at 5:14 PM

Free says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 8:11 PM Food is not "free." Although, apparently your time to tend to the crop plus the expenses of water and fertilizer don't factor into your costs of food production. I DO NOT USE FERTALIZER!

Lance says ... on Monday, Jul 21 at 12:26 PM

No surprise. After all, he is from LONG-view. His ability to control the gag reflex is amazing >.<

buahaha says ... on Sunday, Jul 20 at 1:57 PM

chuckling...sausage swallowing festival...

congratulations! says ... on Sunday, Jul 20 at 10:51 AM

35 grand is quite a windfall. I had no idea that the Castle Rock Sausage Swallowing Festival could be so lucrative. What was the winning length and girth?

PayingForYou says ... on Sunday, Jul 20 at 12:12 AM

Why don't you get a job farming or doing something, anything, productive rather than spend your days and nights on the internet playing?

Nice job says ... on Saturday, Jul 19 at 5:43 PM

A few less dollars my paycheck goes to paying for your appetite.

Free says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 8:11 PM

Food is not "free." Although, apparently your time to tend to the crop plus the expenses of water and fertilizer don't factor into your costs of food production.

Pluribus says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 1:09 PM

Your neighbors thank you for using plants to hide the cardboard window.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 12:21 PM

Second: Why do you think of survivor benefits as welfare? A parent who died must have worked and paid Social Security taxes before his or her spouse and children would be eligible for Social Security benefits.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 12:18 PM

: Your logic is a bit skewed on two fronts. First: benefits to widows and to the children of a deceased worker are not some recent "add-on" to Social Security.They have been around since 1939 — before the first Social Security retirement benefits .

Lee98632 says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 12:09 PM

Read the Posted date of Last Story. I am not on Welfare any more and our son does not get SSDI because we make to much money. Maybe I won 35 grand?

Lee98632 says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 12:00 PM

Anonymous says ... today at 10:03 AM You said you got the seeds free with food stamps Answer. That was 3 years ago. We no longer get food stamps. As income increases food stamps decrease . I Am Not On SSDI aka Well Fare.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 10:03 AM

You said you got the seeds free with food stamps.

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