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Old 30-10-2017, 07:50 AM posted to rec.gardens
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All summer I had a nice tomato plant in my tiny garden. It was slow in
producing tomatoes. It was just beginning to produce. It was still young
and vital. Last night the temperature dropped into the 20s. That killed
my tomato plant.

Folks, that is intentional MURDER. I want to file a lawsuit against
someome responsible. Whether it's the tv weather reporter, the state or
county government, or even God, I am suing. This was a case of first
degree murder and someone is going to pay. First thing tomorrow morning
I am calling my lawyer.

Who do you think is responsible and who should I sue?
I'm gonna take them for everything they got.


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replying to Jessie_Moore, Iggy wrote:
The Gov't and their Chemtrail geo-engineering. Without their pointless
nonsense you wouldn't have seen frost until December. However, they're
untouchable since they made "experiments", even of 50-years, legal. You'll get
more satisfaction in spending $5 for tomatoes at the store.

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