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  1. I see a large variety of safes on sale. Many people write that these are simple boxes and poorly protect its contents. I want to buy a truly reliable safe for the house to keep valuables and a gun.
  2. Part of how I go about having a healthy body and mind is by gardening. This year my wife and I raised 12 tomato plants from seed and have already gotten easily 60+ pounds off of them so far. However they require attention which I am happy to give them because like reloading for shooting it's all part of the process which in itself teaches dilligence and planning, particularly this year as we had a later start. This year we have had a problem staving off early blight with the cherry and San Marazano tomatoes, so I've had to spray them with fungicide every few days to keep it at bay. All was well until I had finals with my online classes, moving my mother in law out of her house (4th generation family house, so tons of stuff accumulated since the 1930's), and then a family trip out of state for a week. While we away, again since it had been a while since they'd been sprayed, both early AND late blight hit our plants especially hard as nights dipped into the cooler temperatures. My 6-8' tall plants fell over, had tomatoes rot, and over half their foiliage diseased and shriveled. The neighbors were sick with the flu so little or nothing could be prevented. I've been trying to keep up and we did still successfully harvest dozens of pounds of each type, but all at once and while I've had to get them all back up, sprayed, pruned, and hopefully revitalized. This SUCKS to see and SUCKS to have twice the work as usual. I'm 1/4 Irish--didn't we already have enough of this blight crap a century ago?!?!?
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