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A sure way to defeat ISIS

A sure way to defeat ISIS

23 Aug, '145 Comments

My own personal views on how to defeat ISIS or any other form of extremism: Separate mosque from state. Put that in the constitution and don’t allow its reversal. Critical thinking should be the mandatory teaching methodology. Remove all instances of the “tripple-R” syndrome. Don’t teach religion in schools. If people want their children to […]

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Preparing to build the nursery and weekend purchases

Preparing to build the nursery and weekend purchases

23 Aug, '140 Comments

Alright guys. I went out this morning and got the material to build my nursery. I’ll put it together this afternoon and it will be the subject of a future episode. I also took the opportunity to buy some plants: a fig tree, a cheeko tree, an adenium, an indoor fern and a few flowering […]

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MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

23 Aug, '140 Comments

Our viewer Shirley Dockerill asked us to cover the important topic of gardens that need very little water. In other words: xeriscaping. In this episode, I discuss and show what I have personally done in my garden to accommodate the xeriscaping philosophy and show my xeriscaped border and the thriving plants in it. All while […]

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MGS S01E03 – Potting the Cacti

MGS S01E03 – Potting the Cacti

16 Aug, '140 Comments

Continuing with preparing my garden for the season that is knocking on our doors, I moved a couple of cacti which I planted “temporarily” in a flower bed. I opted to move them into pots in order to provide them with the micro-climate and environments they need. In this episode I show how to prepare […]

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Going potty

Going potty

14 Aug, '140 Comments

This weekend’s project is to make use of some of the tens of pots we have lying around. My wife suggests we open a garden shop, or at least do a yard sale to get rid of some of them. No way, I say. Pots are meant to be mini-gardens, and that’s what I’m going […]

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