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I usually get one or two calls every spring for somebody wanting to interview me for lawn stuff.  And they all hope it will end up national, but it usually stays local

I just tried to google for something I wrote about two years ago.  I needed the date to help me find an a document in my email.  And this link came up:

http://hernashville.com/her/weed-whacker

Proof!  Women like me. 

 
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Another one from the same search:  http://www.greenwoodnursery.com/page.cfm/60132
 
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I'm sorry, what did you google?

I don't want to read line for line, and I'm not finding your name at that site - so can you help me out.... how did they show their love for your article? 

 
              
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both articles mentioned his name and quote him
 
                          
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famous, and a GURU to boot
 
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I think I was googling my name plus "electric tractor".  I'm pretty sure that I was emailed some excellent stuff on an electric tractor, but I learned some excellent things and asked lots of folks about it.  If I can find out what date I asked folks about it, I can probably find the attachment in my old email.

 
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Great - I found it...you  

Hey famous Paul Wheaton - is there grasses/grains that grow well in wet ground?
 
                          
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The babes always go for the famous guys.
I wanna be famous too.
 
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