Monday, November 20, 2006

How Do They Ever Get Them In A Home Then?

Smelly Trees For The Holiday

In order to hinder Christmas tree thieves, school officials are spraying the evergreens with a smelly mixture.
Lincoln, NE -- Something about Christmas stinks at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. It is not the holiday, but the trees.School officials are trying to stymie Christmas tree thieves, by spraying the evergreens with a smelly mixture containing fox urine.Landscape services manager Kirby Baird says the trees don't smell in the cool outdoor temperatures. But if the tree is cut down and brought inside, the fox urine starts stinking up the place.Tree-napping can be an expensive problem for the school. It costs up to 400 dollars to replace a six-foot evergreen

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