Instead of throwing it in the trash (in biodegradable bags, of course), the people of Cambridge, Massachusetts, have found a better use for dog bombs. Now, if we could get such a project off the ground at our park…. (Off the ground– get it? Or should I say get it under the ground? Or maybe I should just shut up now? )
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