Saturday, April 9, 2011

Paradise, A Town With Standards: Sundays in My City




Unknown Mami hosts a great worldwide party every Sunday. Check it out by clicking on the orange icon above this photo. 

I brought you to just one spot today, since this one's spot on. The layers of meaning (and other things) run deep.

Personal note: I respect a town that, like me, accepts clean pallets but denies sod.

Thanks for visiting! May your week ahead lack unacceptable vegetative waste!  xo Robyn

25 comments:

  1. What a paradise! :)
    Happy SIMC!

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  2. Maybe this is why it's called Paradise. Your sign-off made me laugh.

    (stopping by via SIMC)

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  3. interesting sign go figure see what I shared on my blog at http://shopannnies.blogspot.com

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  4. I can just hear the meeting when they decided what would go onto the sign. Will clean pallets biodegrade more quickly than sod?

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  5. They want shrubbery!!! Somebody notify King Arthur.

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  6. Two big old ugly signs ruin their vision of paradise in the moment...but hopefully make a difference. Sandra

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  7. I reckon some folks may not be too clear on what "vegetative waste" is without the full explanation.

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  8. Well, it's kinda scary, but I understand the "no sod." It usually comes with dirt attached and they don't want any dirt.

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  9. Hmmmm, I would think dirt and sod would be more highly regarded. They might taking a liking to me, I'm usually in a vegetative state and Paradise is as good a location as any.

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  10. Alex's comment made me laugh. I guess it's good there is a place to dump some thing...

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  11. Oh my gosh....(let me check your neighbors for their red necks)

    You are so hilarious Miss Robyn...

    xo

    Lisa

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  12. You gotta draw the line somewhere. I don't want no stinkin' sod!

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  13. Do I have a huge pile of stuff for them! Too bad they're so far away from me. Do they accept shipments from the Bay Area?

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  14. At least there are no plastic items in that paradise.

    Hope you have a great rest of your weekend!

    Big hugs!
    B xx

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  15. Ah the proverbial line in the sod.

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  16. Last comment made me laugh. Poor sod. Sob for the sod of the world. Rejected again.

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  17. Is there a difference between dirt and sod? Or is sod just a special kind of dirt?

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  18. visiting from Sunday in My City; I think the flowers are so pretty on the other side of the fence; I had to laugh with what is accepted and what is not, but I'm sure it works?

    betty

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  19. Wait, no hazardous waste? Just not right. Just not right.

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  20. I didn't even know there was such a thing as a "vegetative" waste yard! LOL! Learn something new every day!

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  21. This is a nice sign post....almost like the ten commandments.

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  22. As Marlene stated, I just learned something new! Cool!

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  23. the can sell the pallets and sod is mostly dirt... My town is also into this and I'm sure well each have about 9 trashcans at each house soon. Each for a different purpose!

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