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October 25th, 2000

MyVeggiePatch

Here’s a bizarre idea: growing vegetables for those that hate going outside. At MyVeggiePatch, you can remotely grow your own vegetables and then have them delivered to your house. You call the shots, how much to water, when to water, etc. The site will give you suggestions based on how your veggies are doing, but for the most part, you’re in control.

I believe this service is only available in the UK, with the cheapest plot table going for $720/year. Prices go up to $1448/year for a transitional-organic plot with five extra veggies of your choice. -ram

Posted in Technology

FROM: Matt
DATE: Wednesday October 25, 2000 -- 11:55:42PM
Lazy Twats!!!!!!!!!



FROM: Robert
DATE: Thursday October 26, 2000 -- 10:41:01AM
I forgot to ask--will they let you grow hemp and poppies?



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Thursday October 26, 2000 -- 3:35:00PM
I doubt it since they only deal with veggies and not plants. :)



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Thursday October 26, 2000 -- 9:38:36PM
Uh... you know what I meant by my last comment. :)



FROM: Robert
DATE: Friday October 27, 2000 -- 9:35:40AM
Right, Ryan. I know you're part of the conspiracy.



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