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Old 02-23-2009, 02:08 PM
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WaMu should've gone out of business instead of being bought by Chase. The service is so poor now and they're getting rid of their "free checking".
I have two WAMU credit cards and the "offers" are getting ugly.
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Anyone who cans over 100 lbs of tomatoes is a very good person beanie!

In my house, the kids that are left - boys- and the hubby all prefer the Ragu they were raised on. And there's one sauce that starts with an F, I can't think of it, that is like 75cents cheaper than Ragu but I can pass it off as Ragu if they don't see the jar. We use maybe 2 cans of diced tomatoes a month.

I figured it out once and it's just honestly cheaper for me to buy the sauce and tomatoes we use than it is to buy the equipment and raise the tomatoes.
(Oh - I can justify anything )

Although - I personally love homemade tomato sauce and fresh canned tomatoes.
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This was a joke and I knew it would be but for some reason I was curious.

I got 6 crummy peat pots with seeds supposedly in them. They are wrapped in saran wrap.
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Karen listed this again on her homepage.

I never did plant my seeds.
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