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Is a tumbleweed a ball of grass and weeds?

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It's a plant that detaches from the roots and are blown by the wind
to basically go in search for a source of water/nutrition.

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it is a plant,as a rule the spanish tried to raise a certain type of bean in the desert and though they grow,they are sparce and unsucessful,they dry up and the wind blows them

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rilly how so
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just not enough water to sustain them
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oh
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Used to see them all the time in west Texas.
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Who cares. Just ride with it!

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They are a pain to us all... Kansas, wind, tumbleweeds=pain in the A**

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lol y u say that
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lol no

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u changed your name?
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yea death didnt suite me
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lol
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ik its not my thing any more
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ok
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so wat up
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nm gist trying to b the me i wont to b
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lol have fun
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its no easy cus she wonts out
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let her im out
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no :(
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she might tak over
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its ok
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hey
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so u lid to me huh
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what do u mean i lid
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u said u wernt gonna tlk to me today and u also said u werent gonna be here
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oh meant i was not going to be on my email cus i am not at school
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I live in Arizona and in the wind storms they pile-up on the center divide on the freeway, if you hit one with your car it can go right into your radiator and take you out!

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mostly dry grass

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Tumbleweeds are the detached portion of the Russian Thistle plant. They dry into a rounded shape that make them perfect for the wind to blow them long distances as long as the ground is flat. They pile up against buildings, along the sides of highways, and some people even make sculptures out of them. They have stickers so you have to pick them up carefully, but they are fun for little kids to play with.

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