A fast way to cut it?

Hmmm. Maybe I've found the solution for mowing our mammoth front yard. From ABC comes this dispatch:
A man riding on a suped up lawn mower set a new world speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats with a speed of 81 miles an hour. "A lot of people might say you guys are crazy?"

Hmmm. Maybe I’ve found the solution for mowing our mammoth front yard.

From ABC comes this dispatch:

A man riding on a suped up lawn mower set a new world speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats with a speed of 81 miles an hour.

“A lot of people might say you guys are crazy?”

“Yea I hear that all the time,” said Bob Cleveland as he sat atop his tricked out grass clipper. But if driving a suped up lawn mower down a track on top of a salt covered lake bottom means you’re crazy then Cleveland admits he’s crazy. “This is my job and I enjoy it. It’s a lot more fun than cutting the grass.”

When the wind died down on the Salt Flats, Cleveland hit the throttle and sped away. Within a few seconds he topped out at 81 miles an hour a new world’s record. “That was great, it felt good, I believe we can get a lot more out of it,” Cleveland said.

In addition to his speed work Cleveland also races on the professional circuit, winning the U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association’s National Championship 8 times.

Unfortunately, Cleveland’s souped-up lawn mower doesn’t have a cutting blade.

Oh well.

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