Posted by Ed Gilligan on October 08, 2004 at 05:49:43:
In Reply to: Or this ! posted by MM on October 03, 2004 at 18:50:12:
We had 3 large mushrooms of the front lawn this year. Thay are white and called puff balls. On the tv it was said they are poison so I left them alone. they turned brown and I ran them over with the mower. The result was a big brown cloud. They were as large as bowling balls.
Years ago I bought mushroom spon from a seed place. They grow up in our back yard and my son kicked them over. I didn't care because I didn't know if they were poisen. One man lost a 3 year old because he ate the mushrooms he picked.
I also had mushrooms under the bunny cages. I really missed the boat on that one. I should have bought spon and planted in rows as with corn. Then I could be sure they were safe. I remember reading that horse manuer was the best to use.
Also I must tell you later about a book I read on the cruise. It is about the new rules of money. It explains why I didn't do as good as I wanted. I did alright, but I could have done better. The rules of grand parents did not work for the parents, and now the rules have changed again the parents training will not work for the kids, like the rules will change again for their kids. A penny save is a penny earned is wrong. In 10 years the penny will be worth only 50%+ of what it is worth today, even with interest. THE NEW RULES OF MONEY by Ric Edelman is the book and he has 4 others. I am now reading the TRUTH ABOUT MONEY, also by him. Another tip for investers. Go to your libery and find the march issue of MONEY magazine. It lists 101 rule for investers and 9 commandments for buying a car. It cost me $1 to copy it all with the copy machine. It is well worth the effert. Another book, from the librey is about Benjamin Graham. He is the man that trained Warren Buffett, the 2nd richest man in the world. Bill Gates is the first. cya
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