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Monday, December 15, 2008



there are so many of these types of shows..i agree, they need to address better topics.."how to make your house green", "how to lower your monthly bills by following these easy steps..."


i'm still looking, blades. there are a couple of promising titles on hulu. i'll be hitting those next.


I didn't learn any information that I could actually use.

used digger trucks

I love that show. I like seeing the after shot of the yard

digger derricks

these shows are meant to help people see the potential in their homes. they feel better when they see a nice landscaped yard instead of an unruly mess. Viewers find inspiration to make their yards beautiful.

Bucket Trucks

Interesting show idea. I have never seen it but I would be interested in watching it for some tips on how to landscape my own yard.

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