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The greatest reinvention of the 3rd ethic... tribute

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So I couldn't remember the greatest reinvention of the 3rd ethic that I had earlier. This is just a tribute (In the key of Tenacious D)

I was posting a reply in "should all permaculture stuff be for free?"
Took way too much time. We're talking a couple three hours here.
Ended up going all over the place with it.
I think it came out nice, but somewhere in there I tangented myself over to a redefinition of the third ethic that was AWESOME!... i think.
Immediately got washed away by the other 10 things fighting for supremacy in my thoughts.
I didn't even remember that it happened 'till about two hours after that post.

Does this crap happen to anyone else?
Wait! Who said that?

This is more a place marker than anything so i'll ponder till i remember.
What's that smell? I think this tiny ad may have stepped in something.
dry stack retaining wall
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