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TheWraith Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-24-11 06:29 PM
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47. Excuse my language, but FUCK THAT SHIT.
There is no possible way, by either implication or understanding, that one could interpret there having been consent to such a radical alteration of her property without consultation or prior agreement. Period. End of line. End of book. To suggest otherwise, that somehow she gave permission by not explicitly forbidding it, is tantamount to saying that by going in to a chiropodist for a persistent toenail infection gives them license to amputate your foot, since you hadn't taken care of the problem yourself.

Now in response to the OP... there is still some hope here. I don't know Mayday trees, but I can tell you that some trees can survive and even flourish. I had a willow tree which got a similar treatment thanks to an incompetent tree trimmer who apparently wasn't listening when it was specified which branches to leave. It looked like it had been destroyed, but the following year it sprouted a great many new tiny branches. I don't know anything about Mayday trees really, but it's possible that yours will follow suit.

This is what the willow looked like after "trimming."



Here it is the following summer.

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