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November 23, 2023


Paloma Ave

Is that a limo out front?

hollyroller@ gmail.com

What kind of tree is that?


Beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving!

hollyroller@ gmail.com

Whatever kind of tree that is, "I LOVE IT."
Which brings me to the Topic of Homelessness. Hang on Joe...
A City in Lakewood, New Jersey recently removed a "Bunch of Trees" @ their Civic Center in order to not provide any "Shelter" from "ordinary" environmental events. Sun, Snow, Rain, Wind, etc. They "Cut Down" all the trees to keep the homeless out of "Town."
Where are all the "Homeless People "living" in Burlingame, CA?


I would guess you know the answer to your question so just spit it out, please.

hollyroller@ gmail.com

Holly Cow Joe. Don't take the Fun out of our conversation...
Question # 1. The "Homeless People" live in the garage under the "Red Roof Inn."
What do I WIN?
Chinese Pistash? Very Beautiful Tree. The City of Burlingame was very 'Forward Thinking" regarding how to develop a "Wind Swept" piece of "Bayside Land" into the beautiful place we have now. I bet Dollars to Donuts there is NOT a better Urban Forest in the US. Merry Christmas Joe. Everyone Else Too. Where is "Hillsider?Happy New Year to all my friends...Well maybe my One Friend. My Guinea Pig named Jerry.

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