1. In another blog somewhere, someone pointed out that the dictionary he’s using marks his definition of “suitable” as obsolete. So yeah.

      I always hate people who use dictionaries to try to win an argument.

  1. I was expecting her to have a garden full of Castor beans, Monkshood, Water Hemlock, Oleander and Nightshade. Also, when did an English dictionary become the authority on legal definitions? One of the purposes of laws the define terms, which this law hasn’t done. I’m siding with the home owner.

  2. I think her “Victory Garden” is lovely. She’s done a nice job of making it look presentable with raised beds, mulch, etc. It might be a different story if she’d let it all go to weeds and didn’t tend it properly, but it’s obvious she spends a lot of time on it. Plus, who knows how many neighbor kids are now eating veggies because they’ve seen how they’re grown?

  3. That’s moronic. Utterly perplexing. I mean, it makes no sense whatsoever. What kind of stupid person decided to pursue such a ridiculous course? It’s completely baffling to me. I’m trying to wrap my mind around it, and I just keep coming up blank. It’s…it’s…I mean…I’m at a loss for words. Seriously? A garden in the front yard? I just don’t get it. What was she thinking?

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