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Managing the Week 9 chaos

A few days ago I thought it was possible that we were becoming the least-liked neighbors on our street due to our complete incompetence in terms of dealing with our front yard. What should be a small grassy patch is 90% overgrown weeds; what should be a nicely mulched area is also quickly becoming 90% weeds; and what should be a driveway is now basically a sheet of wet leaves. But then yesterday I saw something that changed my mind completely and I'm now confident that we're not the least desirable neighbors here...that's all because I spotted a toilet at the bottom of our neighbor's driveway. Nothing says our neighborhood is classy like a toilet. Now, sure, everyone has days when they need to drop a toilet off at the edge of their property and I'm sure there's a plan evolving there...but it made me feel a bit better about our chaotic front yard.

Now one area where I can try and keep the chaos to a minimum is here with your daily dose of fantasy football links...

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If they pot that toilet with some flowers then you have a real problem.
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