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An alternative to RoundUp®

Post by Tdarcos » Mon Jul 08, 2019 3:32 pm

A new product is running ads claiming it is an alternative to Roundup® and (without saying so) providing an alternative to the cancer-causing chemical glyphosate, the main active ingredient in Roundup®,

This alternative is Natria® Grass & Weed Control. If anyone is interested, you can get a $4 rebate at their website, https://www.natria.com/natria-grass-weed-root-kill
and you can either get a check by mail or a check image by return e-mail (which can be printed out to scan for mobile deposit.)

I just thought it's cute how they're set up to receive uploads of rebate info and can return a check image you can then mobile deposit.
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Re: An alternative to RoundUp®

Post by Casual Observer » Mon Jul 08, 2019 9:31 pm

Ok, the new normal is Tdarcos is really bored.

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Re: An alternative to RoundUp®

Post by Tdarcos » Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:04 am

Casual Observer wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 9:31 pm
Ok, the new normal is Tdarcos is really bored.
When you can't get out of bed, can barely move, don't have your computer (are using a tablet), and are missing a leg, you kind of get interested in things other people might not find all that interesting.

I am, to the best of my knowledge, not bored. I have at least 20 books in Kindle Unlimited I want to read (but can only check out ten at a time) and have a number of things I want to work on that are too tedious to do on a tablet and need to wait for me to get my computer and NAS back. There are times I completely ignore the TV or even turn it off. Once I had been doing so many things on my tablets I hadn't turned on the TV for two days.
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Re: An alternative to RoundUp®

Post by ChainGangGuy » Tue Jul 09, 2019 4:03 pm

What kinda chow they servin' up in that place?

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Re: An alternative to RoundUp®

Post by Tdarcos » Wed Jul 10, 2019 4:21 am

ChainGangGuy wrote:
Tue Jul 09, 2019 4:03 pm
What kinda chow they servin' up in that place?
"Is this food fit for human consumption? Nurse, are these sheets changed every day? And I don't mean from bed to bed! And you, nurse, isn't there some life support you're supposed to be disconnecting?"
- D.C. Cab

The food isn't too bad, sometimes I don't like it but often it's quite tasty. A number of things have to be for diabetics or are reduced calorie; the low cal ice cream has a funny aftertaste. Sausages are often good, and breakfast can often be nice when you have cheese omelette, cottage cheese, oatmeal, wheat toast with margarine and jelly, 2% milk, hot chocolate, and raisin bran.
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