Graft (Not Political)
Bill was always looking for ways to market his abundant supply of cacti and palm trees. The increase in CO2 levels the last ten years has resulted in his plants growing like crazy and, frankly, taking over his property. It dawned on Bill that he could graft palms to cacti and get rid of two plants at the same time (this is a story, ignore the science). Bill was really tired of being pricked and picking up palm fronds. The quicker he got rid of his inventory, the happier he would be. Bill thought he could market his product as Bill's Sticky Palm. He would really like to get rid of his inventory before the Santa Ana winds began. His sticky palms had a tendency to blow over in the wind which meant added expense hiring a crane to erect them again.
San Juan Capistrano, California 2016
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