If I hadn't seen just about everything on Craigslist, I've seen it now.
Isderf IM'ed me yesterday to inform me that he'd found something fabulous on Craigslist... the conversation went something like this:
Isderf: I have 7 acres of farmable ground in Meridian. Ground has been neglected and needs some work, but has good soil and water. Used prior for row crops. Offering it for farming lease for free if someone is willing to do the dirt work.
email me if you are interested.
Isderf: here's a craiglist ad you would like :)
Andi: no, definitely no
Andi: no no no no
Isderf: come on...what fun it would be
Isderf: so what would you farm on 7 acres??
Andi: uhm... I wouldn't I don't have the proper equipment or man power for so much space
Andi: and neither do you
Isderf: whatever...since when has that ever stopped us :)
Isderf: D said that Hay is really easy to farm
Andi: yah, but you can't EAT hay
And the conversation went down hill from there... Do you see? Do you now understand the power, the danger, of Craigslist. Unfortunately, my days are filled with conversations like this.