questionswhat do you use to eliminate acorns?

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I use squirrels. They're super effective.

Did I just make a Pokemon joke? I never even played pokemon...

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Do you have a fireplace? And a chainsaw?

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Get rid of them? Use them! They are good "bait" for deer and squirrels. You can also make a meal (flour) out of them. You can make grits and bread with them. If you like nuts, you can eat them like nuts and use them in recipes that call for nuts.

You can find various sites on the interwebs that say how to use/prepare them. If you don't want to yourself, maybe you have someone local who would use them (ask around at a farmers market, or something).

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@rprebel just used squirrels. It was super effective!

To "eliminate" my acorns, I use highly trained ninja assassin squirrels.

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@rprebel: Are you talking about "squirtles"?

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@squirtle456: Only if they eat acorns. consults the Oracle at Mountain View Apparently they eat everything, so yes.

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I'd need a platoon of squirrels for the amount of acorns I accrue.

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@djenkins1982: I'm in the middle of opening a new business that rents out squirrel-herds for exactly these purposes.

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I always used a lawnmower...

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A blind hog, although they only find them once in a while...

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@jsimsace: Lawnmower doesn't have the force to pick them up.... I should have mentioned that.

There are thousands and thousands of them. I've already filled two 30 gallon trashbags so far.

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@ojulius: Yes and yes... but I appreciate the wonderful shade that the live oaks give me during the hot Texas summers. My air conditioner appreciates it as well.