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Peach Tree Of Death In West U

You don't mess with the fruit tree in this West U front yard, by God, or you will pay the price.

The ever-delightful Swamplot blog posted this picture, sent in from a fan. It seems a little wimpy, since it involves high-tech cameras instead of "This tree protected by me, Smith, and Wesson," but after all it is the tony confines of West U.

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The homeowners probably hired an illegal immigrant to sit around with a camera, come to think of it.

The commenters on Swamplot were not impressed:

-- "BTW, squirrels can't read."

-- "I love the almost biblical Old Testament feel to the sign, coupled with high tech modern monitoring, God would be proud."

-- "I really want to put a sign facing the "Camera" which screams, 'I drink your fruit smoothie! I drink it up!'"

Oh, and they schooled Swamplot on the difference between a fig tree and a peach tree.

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