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Joined: December 10, 2002
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I would think that "gone to seed" actually ment more like a fallow field. I'm no wordsmith (so if that's not spelled correctly, I hope you know I mean: field left open for a season) What it means to me is that nature is taking it's course. The seeds will fall off of the plants that manage to grow there and the process starts all over.
Just my two sense. <---that was a joke.
December 10, 2002, 6:29am
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