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California readers looking for a landscape gardener who offers a full service and is willing to negotiate on price were recently pointed in the direction of "Jose Barajas and his gang of six cabaleros!" by one highly-satisfied customer: The original review of Jose's Landscaping on yelp Sadly, it appears Barajas and his half …

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Sorry...

Bush trimming service?

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Ian

Are they uphill gardeners?

...and many other Viz-isms.

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M

Sorry again

Even better... apparently they can ferterlize your plants/lawn twice a year.... snigger snigger snigger >80)

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So he mows it and he blows it...

Is Jose brazilian by any chance?

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Fertilizing?

Jose's men fertilizes the lawn and plants at least five times a year?

You don't want to know the kind of picture I had in my sick mind when I read that!

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Sick minds?

Apparently my mind does not work the same as those at el reg. I just don't see any thing humorous here. Some guy does yard work, please give me the punchline?

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Am I

the first one to insert the standard moan about this having nothing to do with iPhones...........sorry, 'technology'.

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Sick minds, check.

When you read, "mow and blow job", don't assume it's talking about a leaf and grass blower/vacuum. In the context of lawn care, that's probably what it means. There's also the context of the guy being flexible in working out a deal, and the last half of "mow and blow job" means something entirely different in that context or to a "sick mind" as you say. So that's the punchline, right there.

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Hmmm

What do you English call leaf blowers anyway? In the cobbling business hand sewing is called a "hand job". Same dif.

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Anonymous Coward

RE: Brian

I can't believe no one has answered you yet. Add some quotes to the phrase mow and blow job. That should make it mow and "blow job".

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