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the grass is greener but not always

September 19, 2020

The grass is always greener except when you’re at Boise State or Eastern Washington. 

The grass is greener on the other side of the fence except on the north side of the house where the neighbor pours out slabs of cement to smother out every living thing and make it easier for her to sweep up obsessively compulsively constantly. are you fucking kidding me?   

The grass is greener in March than it is in August. 

The grass is greener at Augusta because they paint it that way. 

The grass is greener in Seattle than it is in Spokane unless you’re talking about the cost of living then it’s the other way around. 

The grass is greener in the haze of phantom nostalgia syndrome. 


Recently Junior gave me some sheets of business cards pre-perforated to feed into an inkjet printer. I silkscreened on them and wrote some notes on the back then broke them up into pieces and mailed them out to people around the country. Steve put in the time and dedication to reassemble his elaborate 10-piece puzzle and took this photo as proof. 


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Chris Peterson said...

I love the idea of non-green faux-turf and think there should be more, but both Boise and Cheney are too bright. A nice subdued light plum in Don James Stadium would be lovely. Probably attract fewer locust swarms as well...

Posted September 25, 2020 05:57 PM | Reply to this comment

Veight von vive said...

That guy’s got nothing but time on his hands. Steve Young that is.

Posted September 29, 2020 04:10 PM | Reply to this comment

pilder said...

very few people have completed this puzzle

Posted September 29, 2020 08:45 PM | Reply to this comment

trademarks & licensing replied to Chris Peterson...

we will review your proposal and ensure that the theoretical turf color matches with the official UW Pantone Color purple 2020 in these unprecedented times.

Posted September 29, 2020 08:48 PM | Reply to this comment

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