# Contest #637

## The winning captions

These captions are chosen by The New Yorker.

1. “I'm here to review the fall collection.”
2. “When can I let the next batch of leaves in?”
3. “While it's technically proficient, I find his work predictable and repetitive.”

Name Value
Voting started -
Voting ended 2018-11-12T04:33:00.000Z
Finalists announced 2018-11-06T04:32:00.000Z
Magazine(s) announcing finalists issued November 12, 2018
Number of captions 3795
Number of responses 824593
Number of participants -

## Dashboard

In this table, the "mean" means the empirically measured average funniness score when the "unfunny", "somewhat funny" and "funny" receive a funniness score of 1, 2, 3 respectively. "Precison" is the standard error of the mean, the standard deviation of the mean estimate. With that, a caption with an empirical mean μ and precision σ has true mean in the range [μ - 2σ, μ + 2σ] with 95% probability by the 68-95-99.7 rule assuming the responses are indepedent and identically distributed.

0 Every move you make, Every leaf you rake, I'll be watching you. 1.5767 0.05202 215 127 52 36
1 Your wife said for me to tell you that you're doing it wrong. 1.5526 0.05208 228 144 42 42
2 So you're the fall guy. 1.5359 0.04984 209 125 56 28
3 And in this exhibit we have the “leaves raker”, simulating what people did before the discovery of simply blowing them into other people’s yards. 1.5349 0.05181 215 135 45 35
4 I preferred his earlier yard work. 1.5280 0.04853 214 128 59 27
5 I'm here here to review the fall collection 1.5280 0.04986 214 131 53 30
6 Add a velvet rope and people will pay for anything. 1.5226 0.04453 243 144 71 28
7 WITH the grain, Pete. WITH the grain. 1.5192 0.05007 208 128 52 28
8 I also like watching paint dry. 1.5103 0.05180 194 121 47 26
9 I’m with Neighborhood Watch. 1.5072 0.04897 209 129 54 26
10 My other choice was watching paint dry 1.5067 0.04761 225 140 56 29
11 Nine more leaves, Senator, and your hour of public service will be fulfilled. 1.5024 0.05204 205 133 41 31
12 What if I told you somebody could make that tree go away? 1.5023 0.04937 217 138 49 30
13 Not bad, Cliff, but I think your spring performance of Power Washing the Patio was more avant garde 1.4925 0.05229 199 130 40 29
14 I would help but my hands are tied. 1.4910 0.04767 222 141 53 28
15 Thanks for helping to rake America great again. 1.4895 0.04956 239 162 37 40
16 CSI: Vermont 1.4888 0.04999 223 148 41 34
17 Over here on the VIP lawn, artisanal groundskeepers collect each fallen leaf by hand in a non-destructive, fully reversible, and ecologically enlightnened process that ensures maximum smugness. 1.4867 0.04987 226 151 40 35
18 I'm not sure why I keep buying these tickets, it's pretty much the same every year. 1.4854 0.04853 206 130 52 24
19 As Harold struggled in a futile battle with nature, he wondered whether winning a life narrator was a prize or a curse. 1.4834 0.05043 211 139 42 30
20 When you are done with these 9 leaves, there are 3 in front. 1.4828 0.04731 232 151 50 31
21 I was first in line last fall too. 1.4811 0.04797 212 135 52 25
22 Just putting up a velvet rope doesn't make it performance art. 1.4806 0.04852 206 131 51 24
23 I found one of yours in my yard. 1.4796 0.04781 221 143 50 28
24 Where’s the line-up to watch paint peel? 1.4783 0.04681 230 149 52 29
25 Autumn leaves are at their most beautiful when someone else is raking them. 1.4778 0.05052 203 133 43 27
26 If you hadn't voted for Trump, you could have had immigrants doing this work! 1.4770 0.04699 239 158 48 33
27 I love your work. It's very Avant-Gardener. 1.4747 0.04847 217 142 47 28
28 No, I'm sure he said "Make America rake again." 1.4744 0.04499 234 149 59 26
29 Here we have the original iRake, a simple hand held device that dominated the field for decades. 1.4725 0.04959 218 146 41 31
30 You must be the avant-gardener. 1.4723 0.04361 235 147 65 23
31 Sir, we’ve found our fall guy. 1.4721 0.04594 233 151 54 28
32 See, tax cuts work! I have more money, and you now have a job. 1.4704 0.04499 253 167 53 33
33 We have secured the perimeter. No new leaves will be getting in. 1.4673 0.04767 199 126 53 20
34 Looks like we've found our fall guy. 1.4652 0.04797 230 155 43 32
35 I gotta guy. He takes care of deciduous situations, if you know what I mean. 1.4646 0.04781 226 151 45 30
36 Think you've got it rough? Try writing a caption for this cartoon. 1.4643 0.04771 224 149 46 29
37 I drove all the way to New England for this?" 1.4625 0.04567 240 159 51 30
38 Senator, your "I'm just an average Joe" photo op is over. 1.4615 0.04819 221 148 44 29
39 Call it 'performance art' and people will pay to watch anything. 1.4604 0.04967 202 134 43 25
40 ...and here we have an example of the "Make America Rake Again" movement. 1.4592 0.05132 196 132 38 26
41 So this is how the other 99 percent lives. Fascinating. 1.4562 0.04474 217 138 59 20
42 How about turning over a new one? 1.4515 0.04793 206 136 47 23
43 We need to re-shoot. Put each leaf back where it was. 1.4504 0.04572 242 164 47 31
44 And in this exhibt, we see man’s futile battle against nature 1.4492 0.04421 236 155 56 25
45 My, my. All the leaves ARE brown. And the sky IS gray. 1.4488 0.04858 205 137 44 24
46 Jim, remember how you laughed when I planted my plastic trees? 1.4481 0.04738 212 141 47 24
47 The new exhibit speaks to the absurdity of existence; every time he finishes, the yard is covered in leaves again... and yet, he continues to rake. 1.4476 0.04675 210 138 50 22
48 And here we have the Average White American Male, circa 1987. Extinct. 1.4475 0.04715 219 147 46 26
49 Leave a few scattered about William, I like my yard to have a natural look. 1.4472 0.04249 246 160 62 24
50 This piece really captures themes of self hatred and futility in a thoughtful way. 1.4460 0.04674 213 141 49 23
51 Now that speed raking had been added to the Olympics, Jim's agent was relentless on his training days. 1.4450 0.04997 200 136 39 25
52 you must be the fall guy 1.4435 0.04460 230 152 54 24
53 Making America rake again. 1.4426 0.04632 235 161 44 30
54 This is way more entertaining than watching grass grow. 1.4417 0.04534 206 133 55 18
55 ...every breath you take, every leaf your rake, I'll be watching you... 1.4414 0.04576 222 148 50 24
56 Clearly, it's about the futility of man. 1.4405 0.04501 227 151 52 24
57 This is our latest exhibit.....I call it: "The Fall of Man" 1.4395 0.04648 223 151 46 26
58 I've asked Alexa to rake mine." 1.4395 0.04470 223 147 54 22
59 I told you that you would be the fall guy. 1.4375 0.04588 224 151 48 25
60 I'm sorry. Our homeowners' association requires that you rake the leaves perpendicular to the house line. 1.4354 0.04877 209 144 39 26
61 BE the Rake! 1.4348 0.04850 184 121 46 17
62 Ever wonder why there’s no leaves on my side of the velvet rope? 1.4344 0.04404 221 145 56 20
63 Actually, I prefer watching grass grow. 1.4344 0.04213 221 141 64 16
64 We got our fall guy 1.4339 0.04332 242 162 55 25
65 I'll hold back the crowd while you go in for a sandwich. 1.4338 0.04479 219 145 53 21
66 Did you think Witness Protection was in the Bahamas? 1.4330 0.04497 224 150 51 23
67 Raking America great again? 1.4327 0.04649 208 139 48 21
68 It was an easier ticket than Hamilton. 1.4326 0.04539 215 143 51 21
69 You thought home detention was just watching TV, didn’t you. 1.4307 0.04800 202 137 43 22
70 After you're done with the leaves... and waxed the Maserati... come inside for a hot cocoa and we can discuss your allowance, Dad. 1.4304 0.04437 237 161 50 26
71 And this exhibit depicts an archaic use of Saturdays. 1.4293 0.05002 191 131 38 22
72 The footwork is good but you need to shorten your stroke. 1.4292 0.04429 219 145 54 20
73 Funny, I have trees and no leaves. You have leaves and no trees. It happens every year. I don't even own a rake. 1.4286 0.04436 231 156 51 24
74 All I promised with the job is that you’d be raking it in. 1.4279 0.04674 229 160 40 29
75 The Avant Gardener 1.4279 0.04677 215 147 44 24
76 You really think Mother plays favorites?" 1.4279 0.04646 208 140 47 21
77 Here, we see homo domesticus Americanus performing his annual autumn ritual, in the hope of currying favor with the female of the species. Please do not feed. 1.4273 0.04552 220 149 48 23
78 Have you considered taking this show on the road, one street over, last house on the left? 1.4272 0.04848 213 149 37 27
79 Ahh, one of the few remaining members of the American middle class. 1.4260 0.04276 223 146 59 18
80 It won't work. I've read Tom Sawyer. 1.4254 0.04477 228 155 49 24
81 You thought you could just rat us all out to the feds and live a quiet life in Wisconsin, didn’t you? I found you, Gene. It took ten years, but the Topelli family never forgets and here I am. Once I figure out a way to get past this rope, you’re done 1.4251 0.04710 207 141 44 22
82 I think you misunderstand the Neighborhood Watch Program, Jeff. 1.4233 0.04627 215 147 45 23
83 Remember: Not In My Backyard! If one more leaf crosses this line, I'm building a big beautiful wall and you're paying for it. 1.4227 0.04728 220 154 39 27
84 I thought I paid extra for you to wear the french maid costume. 1.4226 0.04364 239 163 51 25
85 Gather around kids, this is what they used to call "Chores 1.4223 0.04519 206 137 51 18
86 Don't mind me - just making sure no illegal immigrants steal your Caucasian yard work. 1.4218 0.04738 211 146 41 24
87 "This is a Red State, Wilbur. Why don't you just SHOOT the leaves off your lawn?" 1.4213 0.04925 216 155 31 30
88 I was told my admission ticket also included bagging and mulching. Correct? 1.4213 0.04369 216 143 55 18
89 This lacks the pathos and suspense of the storm gutter episode. 1.4208 0.04710 221 155 39 27
90 So this was the American middle class... I always assumed it was a myth. 1.4200 0.04774 200 137 42 21
91 Those damn leaves...making America rake again. 1.4192 0.04327 229 154 54 21
92 President Trump will see you when you finish the front yard Mr. Vice President. 1.4170 0.04718 223 158 37 28
93 Dad was right -- we are different... 1.4167 0.04427 228 156 49 23
94 What I like about the chore museum is the raw authenticity. 1.4163 0.04910 209 149 33 27
95 Here we see a human being engaged in physical activity 1.4155 0.04801 207 145 38 24
96 I find your work subtle and earthy, organic even. 1.4146 0.04108 246 165 60 21
97 In this exhibition, an early 21st century human devotes futile energy toward what was called 'yard work' instead of taking the time to vote willfully ignorant humans out of office before it was too late. 1.4144 0.04775 222 159 34 29
98 One of the most popular exhibits here at the Museum of Climate Change is this piece of performance art entitled 'The Fall of Mankind'. Now, can anyone tell me what, exactly, was Fall and when did it occur? 1.4136 0.04541 220 152 45 23
99 'Drive up and experience fall' it said! 1.4131 0.04554 213 146 46 21
100 We call them 'leaves' but they should be called 'arrives.' 1.4130 0.04606 230 163 39 28
101 So, you're the"fall-guy," huh? 1.4120 0.04554 216 149 45 22
102 Sir, you misunderstand. You were asked to leave! 1.4115 0.04763 209 147 38 24
103 This exhibit depicts daily life in the days when the earth had trees and grass. 1.4105 0.04275 229 155 54 20
104 Bravo! You gloriously capture the essence of futility. 1.4100 0.04231 239 163 54 22
105 I’m a big fan of your work. 1.4095 0.04237 210 138 58 14
106 You'd get a bigger crowd if you served pumpkin-spice latte. 1.4093 0.04256 237 162 53 22
107 Sublime use of negative space and color. Bravo! 1.4091 0.04692 198 136 43 19
108 Just visiting the rake you borrowed in 2013. 1.4080 0.04746 201 140 40 21
109 This is so last fall. 1.4074 0.04406 216 147 50 19
110 If we were in a New Yorker cartoon, it would be pretty damn dull 1.4074 0.04597 216 151 42 23
111 It's nine leaves, just pick them up. 1.4069 0.04590 204 140 45 19
112 Much better... but that left elbow is still flying out too much. 1.4069 0.04262 204 134 57 13
113 In Zen the leaves come to you. 1.4065 0.04434 214 146 49 19
114 You always knew you'd be the fall guy. 1.4065 0.04298 246 172 48 26
115 Magnificent - unlike his earlier work, which was just trash. 1.4055 0.04533 217 151 44 22
116 Good try. I read Tom Sawyer. 1.4055 0.04271 254 179 47 28
117 I told you building a wall wouldn't stop 'em from coming in. 1.4048 0.04740 210 149 37 24
118 From the looks of things I guess you were expecting a bigger crowd" 1.4047 0.04368 215 146 51 18
119 Exhibit A: A man loses a fight with his wife. 1.4037 0.04563 218 153 42 23
120 Suburban performance artists don’t draw much of a crowd. 1.4029 0.04395 206 139 51 16
121 I think your doctor meant "reiki"!! 1.4027 0.04398 226 157 47 22
122 I told you it wouldn't keep them out. 1.4026 0.04457 231 163 43 25
123 You might want to consider confronting them, admitting they exist and accepting that you’ll never really be rid of them. 1.4020 0.04613 199 137 44 18
124 Leaf Coaching is just something I sort of fell into. 1.4019 0.04454 209 143 48 18
125 The witness protection program is not as glamorous as one might assume... 1.4018 0.04682 219 157 36 26
126 When can I let the next batch of leaves in? 1.4017 0.04288 234 162 50 22
127 Every year I get here early to be first in line. And, every year, no one else shows up. Am I missing something? 1.4010 0.04701 197 137 41 19
128 While technically proficient, I find his work predictable and repetitive." 1.4010 0.04738 207 147 37 23
129 Excuse me, is this the line for people who have absolutely nothing to do? 1.3992 0.04370 243 173 43 27
130 They will return, you know! 1.3991 0.04464 218 152 45 21
131 Your just raking leaves. Did you really expect a bigger turn-out? 1.3982 0.04511 221 156 42 23
132 Call it 'curating' all you want—that's a rake. 1.3981 0.04811 211 153 32 26
133 That’s a nicely raked yard you’ve got there. It would be a shame if anything happened to it. 1.3980 0.04630 201 140 42 19
134 Not what I expected when I bought tickets to "The Rake's Progress." 1.3971 0.04551 209 146 43 20
135 From the Yelp reviews I expected more leaves. 1.3964 0.04262 222 152 52 18
136 I'll be checking your immigration status soon, but not until you finish all the other chores on our list that no Americans will do. 1.3964 0.04495 222 157 42 23
137 You didn't think house arrest meant sitting on the sofa, channel surfing, did you? 1.3963 0.04380 217 150 48 19
138 And over here we have a tired, over worked father in his natural habitat, whose kids don't do their chores when asked. 1.3957 0.04269 235 164 49 22
139 You missed one last year, too. 1.3956 0.04659 182 124 44 14
140 What time would you like me to return to drive you back to the work release center, Mr. President? 1.3956 0.04538 225 161 39 25
141 And here we have a tableau from the 21st Century when trees had leaves. 1.3955 0.04659 220 159 35 26
142 Your wife promoted this as a once in a lifetime event. 1.3948 0.04586 233 170 34 29
143 If you were supposed to pick them up why do they call them "leaves?" 1.3944 0.04486 213 149 44 20
144 Apparently my definition of "raking it in" differs from yours. 1.3942 0.04149 241 167 53 21
145 You got off easy--the other guy has to push a rock up a hill. 1.3939 0.04334 198 133 52 13
146 I suppose you don't want any advice. 1.3932 0.04364 234 166 44 24
147 They know not to even fall on my side, Herb. 1.3930 0.04390 229 162 44 23
148 Personally, I preferred last year’s foliage. 1.3925 0.04469 214 150 44 20
149 After a promising beginning at lawn mowing, Howard's leaf raking has become derivative and lacking in authenticity. I look forward with mixed emotions at his upcoming snow shovelling. 1.3923 0.05289 181 134 23 24
150 I can’t believe I got tickets to this. 1.3921 0.04237 227 157 51 19
151 Make them look like an accident. 1.3917 0.04031 240 164 58 18
152 Nine leaves, Ralph. I threw each one from here. I've got more, a lot more. Guess how many leaves I'm holding behind my back, Ralph?" 1.3913 0.04420 207 143 47 17
153 I always say, good velvet rope dividers make good neighbors. 1.3909 0.04473 220 156 42 22
154 You realize it's the Democrat's fault that the leaves are falling, right? 1.3901 0.04563 223 161 37 25
155 With today's technology, we can get the same job done, a gazillion times louder. 1.3898 0.04416 236 170 40 26
156 Just pick them up with your hands Stephen. There are only 9 leaves. 1.3898 0.04333 236 168 44 24
157 Man with Rake"... I just don't get it 1.3897 0.04278 213 146 51 16
158 You're not doing that right. 1.3894 0.04645 226 166 32 28
159 Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to leave. 1.3884 0.04293 242 173 44 25
160 Sadly, this year's fall collection lacks the depth of his earlier work. 1.3884 0.04501 224 161 39 24
161 I nailed them all down. 1.3879 0.04313 214 148 49 17
162 I take it I'm a bit late for the Fall Foliage tour. 1.3878 0.03969 245 168 59 18
163 And my grass is greener too. 1.3867 0.04258 225 157 49 19
164 Wait till Nov 6 when everything starts to fall. 1.3867 0.04440 225 161 41 23
165 I call this piece “Futility” 1.3866 0.04178 238 167 50 21
166 For his visit he prefers that you leave the orange ones. 1.3865 0.04672 207 149 36 22
167 When Earth could still sustain life, humans had to perform various tasks to maintain upkeep. 1.3850 0.04716 213 156 32 25
168 So this is what Middle America was like before it went extinct. 1.3850 0.04220 213 146 52 15
169 It'd be easier if you just pick those 9 leaves up. 1.3850 0.04424 226 162 41 23
170 As a spectator sport this is an epic fail. 1.3846 0.04501 208 147 42 19
171 Sir, the others would like a turn. 1.3843 0.04156 229 159 52 18
172 And here we see the last white-American doing his own yard work." Isabella Amador, San Luis Obispo, Calif 1.3842 0.04839 203 149 30 24
173 You know, Sisyphus gave up. 1.3839 0.04403 211 148 45 18
174 Exhibit #73: Pre robotic lawn care 1.3832 0.04507 214 153 40 21
175 The Senator will be coming out for his photo op soon - get ready to hand over the rake! 1.3832 0.04697 214 157 32 25
176 Looks like you're the fall guy. 1.3830 0.04339 235 169 42 24
177 How long until I can jump into the pile? 1.3821 0.04386 212 149 45 18
178 You need a smaller rake or more leaves. 1.3819 0.04589 199 141 40 18
179 . . . and tomorrow, we will watch paint dry. 1.3814 0.04489 215 154 40 21
180 " I regret paying the extra four bucks for the 3-D glasses." 1.3814 0.04240 215 149 50 16
181 I'd love to come back for the first snowfall if you don't mind. 1.3804 0.04604 184 128 42 14
182 The other spectator sport I like is watching paint dry. 1.3804 0.04731 184 130 38 16
183 You realize that's not your house, don't you? 1.3798 0.04546 208 149 39 20
184 Wow, I can't believe that is really the way they USED to do it! 1.3796 0.04173 216 149 52 15
185 Frankly, I find it derivative of his earlier work, Man Mowing Grass.” 1.3796 0.04614 216 158 34 24
186 I'm selling tickets- you're the last suburban man without a leaf blower. 1.3795 0.04401 224 161 41 22
187 They've got an app for that. 1.3795 0.04262 224 158 47 19
188 I've been sent by the Democratic Party to connect with middle American voters. 1.3791 0.04345 211 148 46 17
189 You should see the line for the lady in the shower. 1.3788 0.04657 198 142 37 19
190 It's stunning. It's real. I'll take it. 1.3774 0.04329 212 149 46 17
191 Jim,... I really think people are gonna want to see you jump in the pile. 1.3770 0.04602 191 135 40 16
192 They're always going to win, Todd. 1.3757 0.04780 181 129 36 16
193 Your lawn-mowing phase was far more cutting edge. 1.3756 0.04561 213 155 36 22
194 Don't fight the leaf. Be the leaf. 1.3755 0.04200 245 177 44 24
195 Can you speed it up? I've got a 10:00 maple tapping to get to. 1.3750 0.04111 208 142 54 12
196 Ohhhhh, so that's what the other 99% do! 1.3750 0.04113 224 156 52 16
197 Leave a few for your evening performance. 1.3750 0.03832 240 164 62 14
198 This collection is so last fall. 1.3744 0.04026 227 157 55 15
199 Big fan. I loved your performance in last year's grout cleaning gala. 1.3744 0.04276 219 155 46 18
200 May I suggest pulling the rake instead of pushing it. 1.3744 0.04349 203 142 46 15
201 The Secret Service chose me to be the fall guy. 1.3734 0.04092 233 164 51 18
202 The president has a nicer rake than you. The greatest rake ever. And Mexico paid for it. 1.3733 0.04379 225 163 40 22
203 I think we'll sell more tickets if you use a chainsaw. 1.3733 0.04469 225 165 36 24
204 Ladies and Gentlemen, I present my fall exhibition: a performance art piece I call ‘Hopeless Futility.’ 1.3733 0.04287 225 161 44 20
205 Jumping in this leaf pile better be worth the wait. 1.3731 0.04377 201 141 45 15
206 Nine left. But who’s counting. 1.3727 0.04260 220 156 46 18
207 The 'Man of Fall' is definitely less intense than the 'Fall of Man' exhibit next door. 1.3721 0.04188 258 190 40 28
208 I know it is my tree, but they are YOUR leaves. 1.3717 0.04131 226 159 50 17
209 Hurry up, Jared, the President only likes leaves that haven't fallen. 1.3717 0.04363 226 164 40 22
210 Have you found my contacts yet? 1.3716 0.04186 218 153 49 16
211 Sucker, stuck inside an odd New Yorker cartoon, made fun of with a caption that only a few will understand. 1.3713 0.04525 202 145 39 18
212 Behold the everyman, locked in a futile battle against the forces of nature...as if challenging God himself. 1.3707 0.04477 205 147 40 18
213 When the four o'clock crowd gets here I want you to whistle while you work. 1.3702 0.04635 208 153 33 22
214 I'm telling you, if I had arms, I would help you! 1.3699 0.04060 246 176 49 21
215 Leave a couple leaves out ... for the ambiance. 1.3699 0.03911 219 149 59 11
216 Raking is about the space between the leaves. 1.3692 0.04405 195 137 44 14
217 This piece represents the endless struggle between man and nature. 1.3692 0.04132 214 149 51 14
218 I'm on line early for the snow shoveling exhibit 1.3687 0.04417 198 140 43 15
219 I see you've turned over a new one. 1.3687 0.04093 217 151 52 14
220 This is not the Fall Classic I was expecting when I bought my ticket. 1.3687 0.04345 217 156 42 19
221 Last year's collection was much better. 1.3686 0.04137 236 169 47 20
222 Herb’s “Autumn RakeFest” never seems to draw the same as his “Winter Shovel-A-Thon.” 1.3686 0.04137 236 169 47 20
223 Do you charge by the leaf or by the hour? 1.3684 0.04307 209 148 45 16
224 Good ropes make good neighbors. 1.3684 0.04054 228 160 52 16
225 This one is called "Autumnal Futility." 1.3682 0.04155 220 155 49 16
226 I guess mom just liked me better 1.3680 0.04200 231 166 45 20
227 Frankly, the title "Fall of Man" makes it sound like a more compelling show. 1.3679 0.04518 212 155 36 21
228 You got a rake out for nine leaves? 1.3676 0.04595 204 149 35 20
229 Anything else to do in this town? 1.3675 0.03840 234 161 60 13
230 And here we have an historical re-enactment from before the robots took over. 1.3674 0.04422 215 156 39 20
231 Any tickets available for the nine o'clock raking? 1.3674 0.04117 215 150 51 14
232 I was told there would be complimentary cider with the show. 1.3668 0.04086 229 162 50 17
233 I’m from Bronstein and Byrne, the squirrels have won an injunction. 1.3665 0.04090 221 155 51 15
234 The deluxe fall foliage tour package entitles me to offer some constructive criticism. 1.3663 0.04464 202 145 40 17
235 That's not quite what I meant by sweeping the perimeter, agent. 1.3661 0.04383 224 164 38 22
236 Mr Manafort serving his first day under house arrest with hard labor. 1.3661 0.04291 224 162 42 20
237 Excellent form...I give it a 8/10. Elbow is slightly high on the back stroke. 1.3659 0.04470 205 148 39 18
238 A velvet rope makes anything into an exhibit 1.3654 0.04096 208 144 52 12
239 As your agent, I must tell you: it's not just your wife who doesn't appreciate your work. 1.3654 0.04527 208 152 36 20
240 No skin off my nose, but are you sure you need a bouncer? 1.3652 0.04254 230 167 42 21
241 The guy who raked them yesterday seemed a lot more into it. 1.3651 0.03942 241 170 54 17
242 Now when the President arrives, thank him for deporting the previous raker. 1.3649 0.04628 211 157 31 23
243 When you're done there, there's a spot on my back I can't reach. 1.3645 0.04125 214 150 50 14
244 Trite, overbearing, provincial. Where's the whimsy? Where's the joie de vivre? 1.3644 0.04275 225 163 42 20
245 This will be my finest work. I shall call it The Fall of Man. 1.3636 0.04636 198 145 34 19
246 And here we have a rare example of "Pre-blower Man" 1.3636 0.04300 209 149 44 16
247 This exhibit is a rare example of a millennial performing manual labor 1.3624 0.04514 218 162 33 23
248 I'm looking for one in particular. Orange edges. Seems to show up here every fall. 1.3624 0.04371 218 159 39 20
249 I'd help you , but that's crossing the line 1.3619 0.04283 210 150 44 16
250 I, on the other hand, am raking in the dough. 1.3614 0.04344 202 144 43 15
251 Ladies and gentlemen, the last suburbanite without a leaf blower. 1.3613 0.04015 238 170 50 18
252 OK — today let’s work on tempo and keeping your head down. 1.3611 0.04198 216 154 46 16
253 What would happen if I did not, in fact, stay off your lawn? 1.3610 0.04129 205 143 50 12
254 Impeccable form. 1.3606 0.04309 208 149 43 16
255 Your wife is live-streaming this event, but I wanted to see it in person. 1.3605 0.03982 233 165 52 16
256 Oh, but life IS a spectator sport. 1.3602 0.04048 211 147 52 12
257 And in this portion of the "Changing Climates" exhibit we see what was known as raking leaves. 1.3600 0.03879 225 156 57 12
258 As you were informed, witness protection requires chores." 1.3596 0.04135 228 164 46 18
259 Psst...Ya wanna buy a leaf blower? It just fell off a truck 1.3594 0.04283 217 157 42 18
260 Sir ! Vote Republican, and I promise you with our platform for the EPA ; trees and leave raking will be a thing of the past. 1.3593 0.04277 231 170 39 22
261 Yes, there’s no crowd. I’m your publicist, not a frickin’ magician. 1.3590 0.04508 195 141 38 16
262 Oh, wow! Glad I stood in line for this. 1.3589 0.04128 209 147 49 13
263 It won't work with me. I read "Tom Sawyer." 1.3587 0.04102 223 159 48 16
264 Here we see the gardener in his natural habitat. 1.3584 0.04064 226 161 49 16
265 Uh, I wonder if this is what your psychiatrist meant when she advised you to turn over a new leaf and set some boundaries in your personal life. 1.3581 0.04258 215 155 43 17
266 It really speaks to the futility of the human condition. 1.3581 0.04026 229 163 50 16
267 But is it Art? 1.3578 0.04633 204 152 31 21
268 Don't get me wrong, I wish I could help, but there's a velvet rope here. Can't get around that. 1.3578 0.04078 204 142 51 11
269 I'd like to help, but there's a red velour rope here. 1.3574 0.04000 235 168 50 17
270 Mom said I can have a turn. 1.3571 0.04009 238 171 49 18
271 You're raking 9 leaves? Do you know what OCD stands for? 1.3571 0.04096 238 173 45 20
272 See, I knew a left-handed rake would make you more efficient. 1.3568 0.04283 227 167 39 21
273 And this is the fall of which civilization? 1.3565 0.04012 230 164 50 16
274 The endangered middle class in its natural habitat...What a sight. 1.3565 0.04151 230 167 44 19
275 Governor, we have people who can do that. 1.3564 0.04448 202 147 38 17
276 And here we have Banksy's latest piece entitled, " The Futility of Man." 1.3564 0.04684 188 138 33 17
277 That's all very nice, but I paid to jump in a pile." 1.3556 0.04568 180 129 38 13
278 In this piece, “Man Raking Leaves,” I capture early suburbanites’ lost ability to perform mundane chores without needing to brag about them on social media. 1.3556 0.04168 225 163 44 18
279 Yes. The movements are simple, yet elegant. This performance truly captures the spirit of the worker. 1.3555 0.04414 211 155 37 19
280 Diary entry (June 16, 2037): I visited the Museum of Homeownership. The exhibits feature scenes of everyday life when the middle-class could afford to buy their own homes. 1.3551 0.04319 214 156 40 18
281 ..and this, ladies and gents, is what homeowners did before Netflix. 1.3551 0.04216 214 154 44 16
282 Two words dude, leaf blower. 1.3547 0.04098 234 170 45 19
283 The media have left, Mr. President. 1.3540 0.04152 226 164 44 18
284 You’re doing it wrong. 1.3538 0.04672 195 145 31 19
285 Nine leaves to remove. Let me guess. You're married. 1.3535 0.04735 215 166 22 27
286 Raking up is hard to do!" 1.3532 0.04171 235 173 41 21
287 I'm researching lawn care workers for a piece in the New Yorker. 1.3527 0.03980 224 159 51 14
288 I got up early to be first in line for this? 1.3524 0.04184 227 166 42 19
289 ' Good velvet ropes and stanchions make good neighbors, I always say'. 1.3524 0.03993 227 162 50 15
290 Is this the line for "Gone With The Wind" 1.3524 0.04476 210 156 34 20
291 This summer’s “Man Cleans Pool” exhibition was much more compelling. 1.3522 0.04052 230 166 47 17
292 You’re right, this is fun. No, I haven’t read Tom Sawyer-why do you ask? 1.3520 0.04538 196 144 35 17
293 A natural right-hander, Larry expertly attacks the leaves with short, even strokes of the rake... 1.3519 0.03969 233 167 50 16
294 You need to relax the hips and activate your glutes. 1.3519 0.04151 233 171 42 20
295 But in the end, isn't raking just a Bergmanesque danse macabre ending in desolation and futility? 1.3517 0.04069 236 172 45 19
296 You can rake while you wait. I can’t seat you till your whole party is here. 1.3515 0.04384 202 147 39 16
297 Mr. Gore? It’s time. 1.3510 0.04556 208 156 31 21
298 I knew Tom Sawyer and you are no Tom Sawyer. 1.3508 0.04376 191 137 41 13
299 You know, there’s an app for that... 1.3505 0.04569 194 143 34 17
300 The three o'clock show better have more leaves. 1.3505 0.03994 214 151 51 12
301 Why do they call them "leaves" when you always have to rake them away? They should just call them "stays." 1.3505 0.04311 214 157 39 18
302 Good velvet ropes make good neighbors. 1.3500 0.03813 220 153 57 10
303 From Hunter to Gatherer: a live installation 1.3500 0.04146 240 178 40 22
304 And here we have a quaint time-worn rite performed each Autumn by the typical American male. 1.3500 0.04127 220 159 45 16
305 When does the next performance of “Man Cutting Grass” begin? 1.3496 0.03951 226 161 51 14
306 I know I'm early, but could you tell me when the VIPs get to jump into the piles of leaves? 1.3496 0.04193 226 166 41 19
307 This is the Autumn of your career 1.3496 0.03901 226 160 53 13
308 Step it up Fred. We open in five. 1.3495 0.04096 206 146 48 12
309 This suburbanite museum is so realistic. 1.3493 0.04276 209 152 41 16
310 Yeah, he’s just raking leaves..... No, I don’t think he suspects a thing 1.3491 0.04180 212 153 44 15
311 There's an app for that. 1.3489 0.03894 235 168 52 15
312 Excellent exhibit! It"s amazing to think this was once done without fuel or electricity!" 1.3489 0.04121 235 173 42 20
313 Why pay to watch an independent film about the absurdity of life when I can watch you, day after day, futilely attempt to rake up all of the leaves? 1.3486 0.04350 218 162 36 20
314 I expect you to pay for the wall. 1.3485 0.04556 198 147 33 18
315 Fake leaves. 1.3485 0.04612 198 148 31 19
316 I thought you meant something else when you said that you were really raking it in. 1.3484 0.04210 221 162 41 18
317 John, I’m not sure “if you rake it, they will come” is going to catch on. 1.3482 0.03922 224 159 52 13
318 Leaves are soooo last season. 1.3480 0.03836 227 160 55 12
319 Unbelievable Sports Fans! John Henry beats the leaf blower -- again! 1.3478 0.04273 230 172 36 22
320 The ropes only make me want to jump into your leaf pile even more. 1.3476 0.04312 210 154 39 17
321 Here today; More tomorrow. 1.3475 0.03880 236 169 52 15
322 When they said you were 'raking it in' in your new job, this isn't what I expected. 1.3474 0.04449 190 138 38 14
323 A primitive performance piece, but I like the vibrant colors. 1.3472 0.03964 216 153 51 12
324 Leaf, Erickson! 1.3469 0.04039 245 181 43 21
325 I hope you're not planning to try to sneak them over here. 1.3469 0.04231 196 140 44 12
326 How'd you like a wall to keep the leaves out? 1.3465 0.04595 202 152 30 20
327 Google said this is the best place to view fall leaf raking. 1.3463 0.03888 231 165 52 14
328 He said "Make America Great Again" not "Rake Again". 1.3462 0.03901 234 168 51 15
329 Wait, which one of us is the exhibit? 1.3456 0.04159 217 158 43 16
330 Sublimely Sisyphean Autumnal Activity, reenacted annually by my neighbor, Ed 1.3456 0.04260 217 160 39 18
331 You realize, your grass will never be as green. 1.3455 0.04491 191 140 36 15
332 Just because you're behind a rope, Jeffery, doesn't mean I can't see you... 1.3455 0.04219 220 162 40 18
333 I believe those are my leaves" 1.3455 0.04411 220 166 32 22
334 Looks like climate change has made some jobs easier. 1.3451 0.04278 226 169 36 21
335 First in line for the leaf pile jump again. 1.3451 0.04042 226 164 46 16
336 A little to the left. Further. Further. Too far! Go back. Stop! Right there. Yes, that one. That one says Fall to me. Hand it here. 1.3441 0.04760 186 140 28 18
337 A bit too avant-yard for me. 1.3439 0.04002 221 159 48 14
338 I don't know if "Man with Rake" is MOMA-ready. 1.3436 0.04216 227 169 38 20
339 Are you charging by the hour or by the leaf? 1.3436 0.04075 227 166 44 17
340 Picket fences are so passé. 1.3429 0.04087 210 151 46 13
341 How much longer ‘til the pile’s ready for jumping? 1.3429 0.04197 210 153 42 15
342 I know it's avant-garden but it just looks unfinished to me. 1.3427 0.04038 248 185 41 22
343 Personally, I'd rather watch the grass grow. 1.3426 0.04219 216 159 40 17
344 You advertised for a bouncer? 1.3423 0.03987 222 160 48 14
345 Don't forget - if any of them cross my border, they get sent back." 1.3422 0.04000 225 163 47 15
346 Those look like my tree leaves, Fred 1.3422 0.04379 225 171 31 23
347 Yeah, I’m here for the New England fall foliage tour. Wow- would you look at that! 1.3418 0.04283 196 142 41 13
348 I'm not part of the audience, I'm a critic. 1.3413 0.04054 208 149 47 12
349 How's retirement dad? Still think throwing away my power rangers was a good idea? 1.3412 0.04493 211 160 30 21
350 Careful, those used to be bitcoins. 1.3412 0.04180 211 154 42 15
351 So, is this where I line up to rake it in? 1.3409 0.04161 220 162 41 17
352 Dad, you just don't understand. Being a nightclub bouncer is my dream! 1.3409 0.04260 220 164 37 19
353 Back when we had seasons, we had this scene every Autumn. 1.3406 0.03900 229 165 50 14
354 By the way, you haven't commented on the stanchion rope line I installed between our yards. For me, it says friendly but not too friendly. And it's cheaper than a fence. 1.3403 0.03846 238 172 51 15
355 You can quit anytime, Ed. The OCD of the Year judges have left. 1.3401 0.04443 197 146 35 16
356 When you said you were raking it in I pictured something else... 1.3398 0.04019 206 147 48 11
357 Remember how you loved them when they were buds in spring. 1.3398 0.04358 206 153 36 17
358 You can keep me out of your yard, but not out of your head. 1.3394 0.04135 218 160 42 16
359 Leaves are a Democratic plot to make us think it’ll soon be winter. 1.3394 0.04286 218 163 36 19
360 You got off easy. I was raked over the coals. 1.3394 0.04292 221 166 35 20
361 We're going to let the squirrels in early. 1.3393 0.04343 224 170 32 22
362 Don't mind me - just making sure we get 35% of every last thing you rake in this year. 1.3390 0.04003 236 174 44 18
363 In this exhibit, a thing of the past called a season. 1.3384 0.04481 198 148 33 17
364 We both hoped that Manning could bring back the Giants, Al. But I wasn't dumb enough to bet on it. Don't forget my gutters. 1.3384 0.04481 198 148 33 17
365 I can't decide if your raking is derivative or inspired. 1.3382 0.04286 207 153 38 16
366 I’m from the Neighborhood Watch. You got a problem with that. 1.3382 0.04231 207 152 40 15
367 They'll still figure out where you buried the body. 1.3381 0.04349 210 157 35 18
368 Assiduous pursuit of deciduous leaves is no vice. 1.3381 0.04188 210 154 41 15
369 Make sure you stay on the Canadian side 1.3380 0.04505 213 163 28 22
370 Yes, this is my first time at the Museum of Get Off My Lawn. Why do you ask? 1.3380 0.04200 213 157 40 16
371 Those have to be back on the tree by 2pm for our next showing. 1.3379 0.04169 219 162 40 17
372 Keep working on your technique; the judges will be here shortly. 1.3377 0.03920 231 168 48 15
373 I call him 'The Fall of Man' 1.3376 0.04207 237 180 34 23
374 You missed one over by the door. 1.3368 0.04192 193 139 43 11
375 It just feels so... clichéd. 1.3365 0.04278 211 157 37 17
376 why call them "leaves" in the fall without calling them "arrives" in the spring? 1.3363 0.04064 223 164 43 16
377 I am always impressed with how the golden yellow offsetting the russet represents man's inhumanity to man, while arranging them in piles echoes global societies. Where do you get your inspiration? 1.3362 0.04047 232 172 42 18
378 As soon as you get all of those, you can turn over a new one. 1.3361 0.03949 244 181 44 19
379 The ad said, "learn how to rake it in." 1.3350 0.03965 200 142 49 9
380 I sense a lack of joie de vivre, unless you're raking ironically." 1.3350 0.04183 206 151 41 14
381 I so admire the way you mix colors. 1.3349 0.04141 209 153 42 14
382 And here we have our newest art installation, "The Fall of Man" 1.3349 0.04261 212 158 37 17
383 You are about to enter another season. A season that's not quite cold enough for a coat, but too chilly without one. A season where people can't decide if they should have up Halloween or Christmas decorations. It is a season we call The Autumn Zone. 1.3349 0.04270 215 161 36 18
384 My trees don't shed 1.3349 0.04075 218 160 43 15
385 And here we see the typical New Englander in its natural habitat raking leaves. 1.3349 0.04075 218 160 43 15
386 You have to let me manage you. The crowds have stopped coming, and the season’s almost over. 1.3349 0.04075 218 160 43 15
387 When you are done here, he wants you to start draining the swamp. 1.3348 0.04236 221 166 36 19
388 Any progress? 1.3348 0.04011 227 167 44 16
389 Speaking as your life coach, I would like to see more enthusiasm. 1.3348 0.03697 233 166 56 11
390 Your wife said as long as I stay behind the rope, I can watch you all day 1.3333 0.04092 228 170 40 18
391 Show’s over, Mr. Thoreau. You can break out the leaf blower now. 1.3333 0.04121 222 165 40 17
392 The trees may be on this side but the leaves are on yours. 1.3333 0.04296 198 146 38 14
393 Yes Virginia, convicted former Presidents still get Secret Service protection even in minimum security. 1.3333 0.04045 228 169 42 17
394 Excuse me, is this where they're performing `The Rake's Progress'? 1.3333 0.04211 219 164 37 18
395 Hey Sisyphus, you know those leaves will just keep falling, right? 1.3333 0.04072 222 164 42 16
396 I prefer you're earlier work. 1.3319 0.04256 226 172 33 21
397 And here's a rare find! The suburban male in his native habitat! 1.3319 0.04115 226 169 39 18
398 I see you've yet to turn over a new leaf. 1.3318 0.04341 220 168 31 21
399 Elbow up. Rotate the wrist a bit. Very nice. 1.3318 0.03940 220 160 47 13
400 Performance art is different out here in suburbia. 1.3318 0.04082 217 160 42 15
401 How many people do you usually get for this show? 1.3318 0.04068 214 157 43 14
402 I know you're divorced, but the contract states that somone must oversee yardwork from afar with disapproval. 1.3318 0.04330 214 162 33 19
403 I'm told this performance also includes the so-called "bagging" ritual. 1.3317 0.04075 205 149 44 12
404 Are you done yet? I have a party of four coming. 1.3317 0.04096 199 144 44 11
405 I admire the optical suggestions of the negative space evoked by the fact that you’re not really raking a lot of leaves. 1.3316 0.04552 193 146 30 17
406 Easy there, we need it to have a 'lived-in' look. 1.3315 0.04041 178 125 47 6
407 In this piece the dead leaves represent man’s sad mortality. 1.3306 0.03875 242 179 46 17
408 Your raking lacks the passion and irreverence of your earlier works. 1.3304 0.03905 227 166 47 14
409 I prefer the winter exhibit. This one falls short of expectations. 1.3304 0.04003 227 168 43 16
410 You don't see too many black people in these cartoons, do ya? 1.3303 0.04227 221 167 35 19
411 Un- freaking- be- LEAVE- able !! 1.3303 0.04694 218 174 16 28
412 As your Raking Coach I will say your method is technically correct but lacks passion. 1.3302 0.04052 215 158 43 14
413 Last time I let someone borrow my rake, I never got it back, so yes, this IS necessary!" 1.3302 0.04210 215 161 37 17
414 I should have splurged for the audio guide. 1.3302 0.04210 215 161 37 17
415 Rake all you want, the grass is always greener on my side." 1.3302 0.04362 215 164 31 20
416 And you're the opener for what, snow? 1.3302 0.04199 212 158 38 16
417 Performance art isn't raking in as much as it used to. 1.3302 0.04146 212 157 40 15
418 No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Okay, that leaf can come in. 1.3302 0.04199 212 158 38 16
419 Sir, do you have a moment to talk about Jesus Christ?" 1.3301 0.04395 206 156 32 18
420 I have bad news from the witness protection program. 1.3299 0.04183 197 144 41 12
421 This species, HomeSapienSuburbiana, was known for its reluctance to part with primitive tools. 1.3299 0.04244 197 145 39 13
422 No one leaves 1.3298 0.04336 191 141 37 13
423 You know they’ll only fall again next year. 1.3298 0.04252 188 137 40 11
424 Do your neighbors realize it's performance art, Carl? 1.3292 0.03849 240 177 47 16
425 Sir, I promise you, vicarious home ownership tours are all the rage among millennials 1.3287 0.04295 216 164 33 19
426 I liked your previous works better. 1.3286 0.04075 213 157 42 14
427 More to left, yeah, right there. 1.3286 0.04129 213 158 40 15
428 And here we have a live exhibit of one of the few remaining white men in the United States. He is raking leaves in his natural habitat and has not spoken in 20 years. We recommend not making eye contact. 1.3284 0.04256 204 152 37 15
429 Fat Tony says it would be advisable to return his rake. Kapish? 1.3278 0.03745 241 176 51 14
430 The Secret Service placed me on administrative leaf. 1.3276 0.04123 232 176 36 20
431 The crowd is watching your neighbor with the leaf vacuum. 1.3276 0.04168 232 177 34 21
432 I have to say, congressman, it’s not “the house” but at least you’re getting something done. 1.3275 0.03925 229 169 45 15
433 I waited in line for THIS? 1.3273 0.03983 220 162 44 14
434 I like to sing "All The Leaves Are Brown" when I do my raking. 1.3270 0.04043 211 155 43 13
435 I can’t believe that I paid twenty dollars to watch this. 1.3262 0.03828 233 171 48 14
436 Ernie had to set up a spectator rail as he doesn't have a powered leaf collector and the neighbours were intrigued by manual labour. 1.3261 0.04100 230 174 37 19
437 I hate performance art 1.3260 0.03946 227 168 44 15
438 Can you tell me when the hoes will be here? 1.3260 0.03995 227 169 42 16
439 Thank you for curating Autumn's bounty Dave. 1.3258 0.03916 221 162 46 13
440 I guess I'm a little early for the bonfire. 1.3257 0.04160 218 164 37 17
441 White homeowner doing his own yard work? It's definitely worth the price of admission. 1.3256 0.04096 215 160 40 15
442 So that’s what it’s used for. 1.3255 0.04082 212 157 41 14
443 I don’t think the “working-class angle” will help the campaign if they can see me in frame, sir. 1.3255 0.04347 212 162 31 19
444 Come on! I've paid good money for this. Your turn is up. 1.3252 0.04106 206 152 41 13
445 Our HOA rules allow no more than 8 fallen leaves per lawn. 1.3252 0.04164 206 153 39 14
446 It may be a boring exhibit, but at least I'm at the front of the line! 1.3251 0.03905 203 146 48 9
447 Wow, the V.I.P. autumn experience pass used to come with more leaves... 1.3251 0.04148 203 150 40 13
448 I see my leaf blower worked! 1.3250 0.04062 240 183 36 21
449 Glad I’m early. I hate standing in lines. 1.3249 0.03734 237 173 51 13
450 Take your time with it. Really connect with the leaves. 1.3247 0.03798 231 169 49 13
451 Go ahead rake my day. 1.3244 0.03866 225 165 47 13
452 And now he will attempt the rare four in one pull to the right. 1.3244 0.04017 225 168 41 16
453 A little more drama, please. I paid good money for this. 1.3242 0.04539 182 137 31 14
454 Rake all you want. You're not getting in. 1.3241 0.04027 216 160 42 14
455 His brushstrokes reveal feelings of anger and frustration. 1.3241 0.04080 216 161 40 15
456 People came from all over just to see Walter train for the Fall Olympics. 1.3241 0.03863 216 157 48 11
457 Will you be returning for the snow? 1.3238 0.04215 210 158 36 16
458 I came for the snow show. I'll just wait. 1.3237 0.04420 207 159 29 19
459 Call me when you turn over a new leaf. 1.3234 0.03752 235 172 50 13
460 ...Every leaf, to him, was a proclamation of his own mortality. The early fall. Later, he would tidy up the shed. 1.3233 0.03882 232 172 45 15
461 Some leaves turn. Some are turned away. 1.3231 0.04321 195 146 35 14
462 Bend your knees! 1.3230 0.03851 226 166 47 13
463 And here we see the suburban dad preparing his territory for the winter months 1.3229 0.04242 192 142 38 12
464 I'm not sure that "raking it in" as performance art is working for me. 1.3229 0.03988 223 166 42 15
465 Ah, fallen leaves—a dying medium. 1.3226 0.04116 217 163 38 16
466 Would you like to upgrade to the VIP Lounge and a complimentary leaf blower? 1.3224 0.04261 214 163 33 18
467 Fred, believe me, no one is going to steal your leaves! 1.3222 0.03755 239 176 49 14
468 Good neighbors don't complain about whose trees they came from. 1.3222 0.03847 239 178 45 16
469 Rake slower. We're expecting a crowd. 1.3221 0.03777 208 149 51 8
470 When you said our business venture would be raking it in I didn't think you meant literally 1.3220 0.04228 205 154 36 15
471 Just worry about the leaves...I'll handle the riff-raff. 1.3220 0.04055 205 151 42 12
472 Ladies and gentlemen, that ends today's performance of 'Autumn in New England". Next show will be tomorrow at 5PM. 1.3219 0.03621 233 168 55 10
473 Yes, but what does the work mean? 1.3216 0.03937 227 169 43 15
474 Worst. Wax Museum. Ever. 1.3216 0.03837 227 167 47 13
475 I'd offer a hand, but this rope is in the way. 1.3214 0.04122 224 170 36 18
476 Rake news. 1.3213 0.04061 221 166 39 16
477 You're going to have to do the whole thing over again next year you know? 1.3211 0.03942 218 161 44 13
478 Such poise, yet... you can really sense the artist's struggle. 1.3209 0.03979 215 159 43 13
479 The 'realism' is exquisite. 1.3208 0.03741 240 177 49 14
480 Don't let your leaves blow over on my side. You know I used to be Rand Paul's neighbor. 1.3206 0.04223 209 158 35 16
481 I see after all these years you're still raking it in. 1.3205 0.03757 234 172 49 13
482 Frankly, your lawn-mowing phase was more moving. 1.3205 0.03757 234 172 49 13
483 Dustin was beginning to wonder if he should have paid full price after all for his front row ticket 1.3203 0.03839 231 171 46 14
484 Now I know why I'm the only one watching. 1.3202 0.04196 203 152 37 14
485 Sorry, Mr. Dowd, but a mere border of velvet rope doesn't turn "Gathering the Leaves" into Conceptual Art. 1.3202 0.04018 203 149 43 11
486 Remember growing up, before climate change, when autumn leaves didn't need a VIP rope line? 1.3200 0.04298 200 151 34 15
487 Can I get a selfie of me with that "rake" thing? 1.3198 0.04161 197 146 39 12
488 I prefer his early rake work 1.3196 0.04032 219 164 40 15
489 You’ve got a point Ted. If curling can be an Olympic sport there’s no reason leaf raking shouldn’t be as well. 1.3196 0.03873 219 161 46 12
490 Every year George judges the leaf raking competition. 1.3196 0.03980 219 163 42 14
491 I am here to observe the rake's progress. 1.3195 0.03953 241 183 39 19
492 For an art installation, it's pretty garden variety. 1.3194 0.04175 216 164 35 17
493 I call this piece, "Man with Rake in Autumn" 1.3194 0.03853 216 158 47 11
494 Hey! Those are my leaves. 1.3194 0.04018 216 161 41 14
495 Secret Yard Service 1.3191 0.03839 235 175 45 15
496 Square your shoulders, lean in, and power off your back leg, rookie! 1.3188 0.04193 207 156 36 15
497 He who laughs least leaves last. 1.3188 0.04191 229 177 31 21
498 It's so avant-yard. 1.3186 0.04138 226 173 34 19
499 One ticket to 'falling leaves' please. 1.3184 0.03771 223 163 49 11
500 Your time’s up, Senator. Now you can call yourself a “populist.” 1.3182 0.04143 198 147 39 12
501 I don't agree. I don't think it's any more exciting than watching paint dry. 1.3182 0.04143 198 147 39 12
502 Tell me again why I should pay to watch this. 1.3182 0.03858 220 162 46 12
503 I must say, last season's performance of 'This is me, mowing my lawn' was much more stimulating. 1.3180 0.03948 217 161 43 13
504 Failed to get permission from the Homeowners' Association to build a 30 foot wall, didn't you, Donnie? 1.3180 0.04210 217 166 33 18
505 I paid good money to watch leaves being raked. I expected more than nine. 1.3180 0.03894 217 160 45 12
506 Rake all you want, but that won't guarantee admission to the rest of the yard. 1.3179 0.04122 195 144 40 11
507 Nothing can appear dead during his presidency--you understand? 1.3178 0.04147 214 162 36 16
508 After you rake the stage, you'll need to get the squirrels out of the mezzanine. 1.3175 0.03910 211 155 45 11
509 Can’t believe I paid for lessons. 1.3175 0.04079 211 158 39 14
510 Someday, and that day may never come, I will call upon you to do yard service for me. 1.3173 0.03858 249 189 41 19
511 It really does capture the futility and complacency of the modern American male. 1.3168 0.04144 202 151 38 13
512 A little to the left. Ahhh, yes, that's it. 1.3168 0.04261 202 153 34 15
513 I call it "the autumn of male discontent" 1.3167 0.04001 221 166 40 15
514 Never send a human to do a machine's job. 1.3167 0.03790 221 162 48 11
515 There's only 9 leaves there. Just pick them up ! 1.3166 0.04247 199 150 35 14
516 Look on the bright side, you could be shoveling instead of raking. 1.3163 0.04130 215 163 36 16
517 Seems like an aweful lot of trouble to go to for eight leaves. 1.3162 0.03748 234 173 48 13
518 I preferred your Summer Period. 1.3158 0.03871 209 153 46 10
519 So last Fall. 1.3158 0.04158 209 158 36 15
520 I'll make it worth your while if you can get me in. 1.3156 0.03949 225 169 41 15
521 You missed one. 1.3156 0.03898 225 168 43 14
522 You're angry. Those tines tremble with rage. When you rake, I believe it. 1.3155 0.03908 206 151 45 10
523 Am I getting in or not? 1.3155 0.03908 206 151 45 10
524 his motivations are flawed, the results unnoticed, but he looks content. I love it. 1.3153 0.04356 203 156 30 17
525 You know, a decent chain saw could have prevented all of this... 1.3151 0.04025 238 183 35 20
526 Witness, the fall of man 1.3151 0.03751 238 177 47 14
527 Observing the creature in his natural habitat. 1.3146 0.04154 213 162 35 16
528 NIMBY 1.3142 0.03934 226 170 41 15
529 I'd like a refund. 1.3142 0.04033 226 172 37 17
530 Act busy, he's still here... 1.3139 0.03761 223 164 48 11
531 this exibit from the past shows when humans actually did work 1.3137 0.04167 204 154 36 14
532 I just want to know who you're wearing. 1.3136 0.03672 236 174 50 12
533 You’re doing it all wrong. 1.3134 0.04151 201 151 37 13
534 You didn't really think that a velvet rope and a Reservations Only sign would keep leaves out of your lawn, did you 1.3134 0.03967 201 148 43 10
535 That’s not the ‘raking in’ I was talking about 1.3134 0.04327 201 154 31 16
536 You have the ass of a Greek god, Needleman. 1.3134 0.04251 217 168 30 19
537 Not that one—let's try to keep it autumnal, OK? 1.3134 0.04097 217 165 36 16
538 "Gripe all you want about it, but do you see any leaves on my side? 1.3134 0.03884 217 161 44 12
539 Well Senator, I guess not everything is a photo-op. 1.3133 0.03945 233 177 39 17
540 Now folks, your first stop at Suburban Boredom Farms is this excellent reenactment of leaf raking. 1.3133 0.03945 233 177 39 17
541 I guess this is the last day of the autumn exhibit" 1.3131 0.04030 214 161 39 14
542 Do I detect a bed of Scarlet Oak, smothered in Himalayan Birch with a drizzle of Acer Maple 1.3130 0.03933 230 174 40 16
543 There is always a wait no matter what time I get here. 1.3128 0.03660 211 152 52 7
544 Is this where the line starts to watch the last leaf fall? 1.3128 0.03919 227 171 41 15
545 This is marvelous - What do you call it again? 1.3125 0.03630 240 177 51 12
546 Even as performance art this is ephemeral. 1.3125 0.03816 208 152 47 9
547 The artist has really captured the nostalgic hyperrealism of postmodern suburban life. 1.3122 0.03560 237 173 54 10
548 Nine leaves. You'r raking up nine leaves. 1.3120 0.03788 234 175 45 14
549 First you build a wall and now you have to do what the Mexican immigrants did. Don’t you love Making America Great Again? 1.3119 0.04365 202 156 29 17
550 ENOUGH ALREADY !! I’ll just pick up the rest ! 1.3119 0.04476 202 158 25 19
551 So what is there, like a two leaf minimum? 1.3116 0.03904 215 160 43 12
552 What part of 'leave' don't you understand? 1.3116 0.03959 215 161 41 13
553 Do you have to make a spectacle out of everything, Bob? 1.3116 0.03848 215 159 45 11
554 The ticket office is closed... mind if I just stand here and watch? 1.3113 0.03825 212 156 46 10
555 Is is the "You can really rake it in!" course from Trump University? 1.3108 0.04272 222 174 27 21
556 You realize they will all be back tomorrow. 1.3105 0.03743 219 161 48 10
557 When does the bagging begin? 1.3105 0.03799 219 162 46 11
559 Those leaves are so last year. 1.3102 0.04156 216 166 33 17
560 Yep, line was around the block yesterday. You’re so lucky you got here early. . . 1.3102 0.03833 216 160 45 11
561 Rakes are so passé I prefer a lawn roomba 1.3102 0.03833 216 160 45 11
562 I preferred the garden hose exhibit. 1.3099 0.03925 213 159 42 12
563 Is this part of the display or are you just raking leaves? 1.3094 0.03642 223 163 51 9
564 I already voted AND raked my side. 1.3093 0.03760 236 177 45 14
565 Is this section closed? 1.3092 0.04000 207 155 40 12
566 Charming, but a little derivative of last season's collection. 1.3088 0.04098 204 154 37 13
567 Shall I admit the media now, Mr. Comey? 1.3088 0.03982 217 164 39 14
568 Your Rake’s Progress is vigorous and nuanced, but it’s no Rite of Spring. 1.3085 0.04258 201 154 32 15
569 The Papparazi are a no-show, sir. Should I get you the second bag of leaves to clean up anway? 1.3084 0.04020 214 162 38 14
570 Sure the color palette has changed, but it still seems derivative of his work earlier this year with the hoe. 1.3081 0.04420 198 154 27 17
571 What the heck. Never been first in line for anything before. 1.3081 0.03710 211 154 49 8
572 Sir, the leaf museum is closing. Come back tomorrow. 1.3080 0.03945 224 170 39 15
573 That's not what I meant by 'getting more involved in environmental issues'. 1.3077 0.04033 195 145 40 10
574 Think of it as a Zen thing 1.3077 0.03922 234 179 38 17
575 Seriously? You really don’t think good velvet ropes make good neighbors? 1.3077 0.03983 208 156 40 12
576 I persuaded them to leave. Where they go is up to them. 1.3074 0.03811 231 174 43 14
577 I’ll say this, I enjoyed Stravinski’s “The Rakes Progress” at the Met more. 1.3073 0.03966 218 165 39 14
578 Be still. The leaves will come to you. 1.3070 0.03949 215 162 40 13
579 On display - a rare species: an American doing his own yard work 1.3070 0.03893 215 161 42 12
580 Your past your time limit sir. There's a long line of other urbanites that want to handle that rake. 1.3067 0.03828 225 169 43 13
581 OMG, his style is SO derivative and the plot is totally last year. 1.3066 0.03986 212 160 39 13
582 If you'd just wait, you'd only have to do that once. 1.3066 0.04042 212 161 37 14
583 Yes, we admit they're oak, but unless you have DNA results, they're yours. 1.3065 0.04102 199 150 37 12
584 A sublime portrait of suburban American angst. Not sure it's worth the cover charge, though. 1.3063 0.03645 222 163 50 9
585 I could do that. 1.3063 0.03914 222 168 40 14
586 No need to sort the colors. 1.3063 0.03809 222 166 44 12
587 The pathos of the American proletariat; the dull nostalgia of iterative seasonal chores in an allegorical autumnal wood. Pieces like this are the very reason I became a Vermont-based freelance Performance Art Curator. 1.3062 0.04301 209 163 28 18
588 Middle Class: Critically Endangered 1.3059 0.03897 219 165 41 13
589 Super blessed to be curating my first lawn 1.3059 0.04003 219 167 37 15
590 Many, many moons ago, before leaf blowers, our forefathers used a device called a "rake". 1.3059 0.04003 219 167 37 15
591 I'm here for the matinee 1.3059 0.03291 255 185 62 8
592 Only nine more to go. 1.3058 0.04064 206 156 37 13
593 And you said you'd rake in millions. 1.3056 0.03765 216 160 46 10
594 Al Gore might prefer you rake those leaves, but real men use leaf blowers. 1.3054 0.03767 239 181 43 15
595 If you rake it, they will come. 1.3054 0.04104 203 154 36 13
596 Lacks the depth and drama of “Man on Riding Mower” 1.3052 0.03857 213 159 43 11
597 These fall foliage tours are getting a bit too commercial for me. 1.3048 0.03950 210 158 40 12
598 Before the President arrives, let's Make America Rake Again. 1.3047 0.03549 256 192 50 14
599 This is your big fall show? 1.3041 0.03862 217 163 42 12
600 Excuse me, where does one find the entrance for TSA pre-check? 1.3040 0.03850 227 172 41 14
601 Into each yard some leaves must fall. 1.3039 0.03843 204 151 44 9
602 Sure, keep me on the outside while you're just raking them in. 1.3039 0.03967 204 153 40 11
603 Turning over a new leaf? 1.3037 0.03954 214 162 39 13
604 Can you please direct me to the Weekend Grilling exhibit? 1.3036 0.03884 224 170 40 14
605 Tom’s latest performance art exhibit opened poorly, but he had a feeling it would pick up in the fall. 1.3034 0.03818 234 178 41 15
606 At the Climate-Change Museum, people may enjoy exhibits featuring ancient technologies that could have saved the earth. 1.3033 0.03991 211 160 38 13
607 Rake away Senator, the Secret Service has your back. 1.3030 0.03851 231 176 40 15
608 I still plan to lift this rope and jump on your pile of leaves after you've finished raking them up. 1.3026 0.03733 228 171 45 12
609 I call this piece, “The Third Rake: Tyrants of the Front Yard”. 1.3025 0.03864 238 183 38 17
610 Just remember, your ankle monitor will allow leaf raking...only in the roped-off area. 1.3024 0.03827 205 152 44 9
611 It's so Avant Garden 1.3024 0.03530 248 185 51 12
612 When asked to review "A Rake's Progress", I wasn't expecting performance art. 1.3023 0.04205 215 168 29 18
613 And then, Mr. Bond, I plan to jump in them. 1.3023 0.04100 215 166 33 16
614 Wouldn't disturb that spot if I were you. 1.3023 0.04100 215 166 33 16
615 We asked you to leave, not to leaf. 1.3023 0.04153 215 167 31 17
616 Art has never imitated life so honestly or captured the human condition so beautifully. 1.3022 0.03869 225 171 40 14
617 Why does everything have to be exclusive with you? 1.3019 0.03975 212 161 38 13
618 This doesn’t make it art. 1.3019 0.04086 212 163 34 15
619 Get the red one. Now the orange. Oh yeah, that's the stuff. 1.3018 0.03689 222 165 47 10
620 May I remind you, sir, that your Premium Blue Collar Lfe Experience session ended five minutes ago? 1.3017 0.03885 232 178 38 16
621 Very nice piece but, is it Art? 1.3017 0.03586 242 181 49 12
622 Would be a shame if something happened to that rake. 1.3016 0.04171 189 143 35 11
623 Since they're small, we call them leaflets. 1.3016 0.04238 189 144 33 12
624 An excellent cover up job, sir. 1.3016 0.03963 189 140 41 8
625 Excuse me, is this part of the 'Greatest Generation' exhibit? 1.3014 0.04045 219 169 34 16
626 And this is the Manual Labor exhibit, circa 2018 1.3013 0.03770 229 173 43 13
627 So this was what they did before leaf blowers. 1.3012 0.03471 249 185 53 11
628 I'm just here to check on 'The Rake's Progress'. 1.3011 0.04215 186 141 34 11
629 Christo's "Man With Rake" wasn't quite drawing the crowds he'd expected, but his lawn was kept quite tidy. 1.3010 0.04068 196 148 37 11
630 I'd rather watch the grass grow. 1.3010 0.04068 196 148 37 11
631 You missed the one on the right. 1.3010 0.04110 206 158 34 14
632 Tommy tells me there are weeds we need to whack. 1.3009 0.03803 226 171 42 13
633 So, my discounted ticket was for standing room only? 1.3008 0.03742 236 179 43 14
634 My trees, my leaves, I want 'em back. 1.3005 0.04109 193 146 36 11
635 I can't believe I spent all that money to come to Vermont to watch THIS! 1.3004 0.03991 223 172 35 16
636 Bad fences make bad neighbors 1.3004 0.03870 233 179 38 16
637 No, those did not come from my side 1.3004 0.03724 233 176 44 13
638 And behold, my favorite specimen, the common suburban homeowner. 1.3000 0.03939 210 159 39 12
639 Curling just hasn't been the same since the last of the ice melted. 1.3000 0.03553 240 179 50 11
640 Derivative." 1.3000 0.03871 220 167 40 13
641 No, I have not read 'Tom Sawyer'. 1.3000 0.03653 230 172 47 11
642 Wow, a middle class guy doing manual labor. How Rockwellian! 1.2996 0.03890 227 174 38 15
643 A little more to the left. 1.2996 0.03577 227 168 50 9
644 Only nine leaves...and you're still a climate change denier? 1.2995 0.04035 207 158 36 13
645 Trust me. They're all yours. I had mine microchipped. 1.2995 0.04050 197 149 37 11
646 When you''re done with the leaves, Larry, please see me in the war room. 1.2991 0.03759 234 178 42 14
647 My only observation is the one I have repeatedly made to your obvious annoyance: There's a whole lot more where that came from. 1.2991 0.03822 224 170 41 13
648 I raked my leaves before they fell. 1.2991 0.03943 214 163 38 13
649 And over here we have what we called back in the day, "teenager doing a chore at home." 1.2991 0.04053 214 165 34 15
650 I love the futile primitivity of this 20th century man exhibit 1.2990 0.04361 204 161 25 18
651 I'm here for the mulching demonstration. 1.2988 0.03776 241 185 40 16
652 Alright, fine. But can I at least try your hat on for a minute 1.2987 0.03841 231 177 39 15
653 Why bother? They'll be back next year. 1.2987 0.03640 231 173 47 11
654 American pastoral with definite Beckett undertones. 1.2986 0.03802 221 167 42 12
655 Faster 1.2982 0.03774 228 173 42 13
656 Banksy yard art destroyed by gardener after \$250M sale 1.2982 0.04304 218 174 23 21
657 I assume this is a limited engagement? 1.2982 0.03836 218 165 41 12
658 Yes, Mr. Zuckerberg, this makes you look very human. 1.2982 0.04103 218 170 31 17
659 For every leaf he rakes another falls. Brilliant. 1.2981 0.03901 208 157 40 11
660 That restraining order does not mean we cannot still be friends. 1.2981 0.04018 208 159 36 13
661 I Love work..I can watch for hours 1.2980 0.03837 198 147 43 8
662 I shall call it, Ned in November. 1.2979 0.03981 235 184 32 19
663 It’s amazing what passes for art nowadays. 1.2977 0.03871 215 163 40 12
664 Behold, the avant-yard. 1.2977 0.04090 215 167 32 16
665 Fascinating! 'Work' you say? 1.2976 0.03938 205 155 39 11
666 Frankly,I was expecting a little bit more from this fall tour? 1.2976 0.04057 205 157 35 13
667 For \$5 monthly, upgrade to full backyard access. 1.2975 0.03717 242 185 42 15
668 Sometimes a rake is just a rake. 1.2973 0.03787 222 168 42 12
669 It's all in the wrist. 1.2973 0.03678 222 166 46 10
670 No offense but watching this is way better on YouTube. 1.2972 0.03849 212 160 41 11
671 Just the red ones please. 1.2972 0.03964 212 162 37 13
672 Your work has promise, but should feel less like a chore. 1.2972 0.03964 212 162 37 13
673 Can I jump on the pile when you’re through? 1.2969 0.03910 229 177 36 16
674 The old Studio 54 doorman torments poor Bill Johnson to this very day. 1.2968 0.03929 219 168 37 14
675 You totally set me up to be the fall guy. 1.2968 0.03982 219 169 35 15
676 Sir the exhibition is inside, I’m just the gardener. 1.2967 0.03807 246 191 37 18
677 I love watching the seasons change. 1.2967 0.03885 209 158 40 11
678 I don’t get it. 1.2966 0.03966 236 185 32 19
679 If that caravan of leaves even thinks of crossing over, I’m building a wall. 1.2966 0.04011 236 186 30 20
680 If you didn't want a red carpet, you shouldn't have planted Japanese maples. 1.2965 0.04043 226 177 31 18
681 Geez, performance art sure isn't what it used to be. 1.2963 0.03856 216 164 40 12
682 Here in our Nature section of the Museum, this display reflects, the Chores of what once was, when we had Tree's. 1.2961 0.04099 206 159 33 14
683 The leaf blower exhibit is four doors down. 1.2961 0.04099 206 159 33 14
684 Mother-in-law coming for a visit again, eh? 1.2960 0.03664 223 167 46 10
685 Rake it till you make it. 1.2960 0.03930 223 172 36 15
686 Diorama From “The Museum of Suburban Life” 1.2959 0.03924 196 147 40 9
687 And here is an example of the post art movement called Dadism. 1.2958 0.03948 213 163 37 13
688 When I chose the red pill, I imagined something a lot more exciting than this. 1.2957 0.04085 230 182 28 20
689 According to Robert Frost, velvet ropes make good neighbors. 1.2955 0.03695 220 165 45 10
690 I'm not leaving." 1.2955 0.03860 220 168 39 13
691 Just because I'm blind doesn't mean I can't tell you "you missed one over there". 1.2954 0.03670 237 180 44 13
692 Sir, the real common man would use a leaf blower. 1.2952 0.03749 210 157 44 9
693 Put your back into it Tom, this exhibit’s entitled “Rake’s Progress” for a reason. 1.2949 0.03727 217 163 44 10
694 If good fences make good neighbors, velvet ropes make better ones. 1.2949 0.03650 234 177 45 12
695 You’ve been raking that same area for over an hour, Bob. Haven’t seen Alice for a while. She’s usually gardening this time of day. Come to think of it, I haven’t seen her for the last several days.” 1.2947 0.04205 190 146 32 12
696 Just the red ones Bradley. 1.2946 0.03915 224 173 36 15
697 You rake, I'll charge admission to watch and together we will totally clean up. 1.2946 0.03811 224 171 40 13
698 Sorry, neighbor, but your Tom Sawyer tactics are not going to work on me. 1.2946 0.03627 241 183 45 13
699 Don't give me that 'good cordons make good neighbors' nonsense. 1.2944 0.03972 197 149 38 10
700 Yes, that’s good. Do it like you’ve never seen a leaf blower. 1.2944 0.03760 214 161 43 10
701 Sir, the hands-on rake exhibit closes in five minutes. 1.2944 0.03702 214 160 45 9
702 Well Jenkins, that is hardly what we mean by 'raking it in'. 1.2944 0.03818 214 162 41 11
703 He may be a middle class white man, but he still rakes his own lawn - fascinating. 1.2944 0.03681 231 175 44 12
704 It's intriguing, sure, but not all movement is art, Larry. 1.2941 0.03568 221 164 49 8
705 The power blower conventioneers want to see someone still using a conventional rake. Their bus will be here any minute. 1.2941 0.03951 221 171 35 15
706 Am I the exhibit or is he? 1.2941 0.03891 238 186 34 18
707 The last installation, with you on the ladder, was more "high art." 1.2941 0.03898 221 170 37 14
708 Yeah, we get it, Bob. You're raking leaves. Big whoop. 1.2941 0.03705 238 182 42 14
709 The green ones can stay...the yellow and red are out. 1.2941 0.03737 221 167 43 11
710 Durational performance mining the tropes of Midwestern suburbia. Derivative...yet strangely avant-garde. 1.2938 0.04025 211 163 34 14
711 Well, I think it's brilliant that you are charging admission to watch you rake. 1.2938 0.03853 211 160 40 11
712 I call this work, Man about to hurt his back. 1.2938 0.03968 211 162 36 13
713 Congratulations to the finalists because I can't think of anything for this one 1.2938 0.04400 211 170 20 21
714 How do you think those leaves got past the rope, Bert? 1.2938 0.03911 211 161 38 12
715 The grass is greener on my side of the rope. 1.2937 0.03333 252 187 56 9
716 The neighbourhood watch would like to have a word with you sir. 1.2936 0.03655 218 163 46 9
717 And this is how Man employed simple tools before the EPA killed all the trees. 1.2936 0.04092 218 171 30 17
718 A little to the right. 1.2936 0.03655 218 163 46 9
719 Have you heard of the avant-garden movement? Probably not. 1.2936 0.03987 218 169 34 15
720 Any tickets available for the 9 PM "Raking " ? 1.2936 0.03934 218 168 36 14
721 Jack, raking leaves isn't consider performance art... 1.2933 0.03796 225 172 40 13
722 I don't know, Stan. I was just thinking maybe good velvet ropes make good neighbors? 1.2933 0.03889 208 158 39 11
723 Ah, the quiet art of leaf raking sans blower. So zen, n’est pas! 1.2933 0.03948 208 159 37 12
724 \$5 cover charge gets you into the non-leaf section of the yard, buddy. 1.2930 0.03506 215 158 51 6
725 I said I would 'ALMOST' pay to watch you do manual labor. 1.2930 0.03687 215 161 45 9
726 Just thought I would stop by and see how you’re doing since winning the lottery. 1.2930 0.03745 215 162 43 10
727 Witnessing this exercise in futility has been cathartic indeed. 1.2928 0.03611 222 166 47 9
728 I particularly like the use of the instrument as a progression of the individuals relationship with his environment 1.2928 0.03776 222 169 41 12
729 This "slice of Americana" wasn't worth the \$10 admission. 1.2928 0.03667 222 167 45 10
730 If you could rake the red ones into a carpet, that would be great. 1.2927 0.03986 205 157 36 12
731 Use your core muscles 1.2926 0.03749 229 175 41 13
732 It’s a bit much to call this performance art. 1.2926 0.03646 229 173 45 11
733 I’ve got people who can do this, if you’re interested. 1.2926 0.03485 229 170 51 8
734 You have been described as rakish. Now I can see why. 1.2925 0.03658 212 158 46 8
735 With their latest set of terms and conditions, this was the only thing MoviePass allowed me to see. 1.2924 0.03624 236 179 45 12
736 Do it with more surrealism. 1.2921 0.04085 202 156 33 13
737 Your voters will be happy to see you are doing your part to rake America great again. 1.2920 0.03729 226 172 42 12
738 Who said yard work couldn't be glamorous? 1.2920 0.03935 226 176 34 16
739 Performance as metaphor for man’s eternal battle against nature. 1.2920 0.03884 226 175 36 15
740 Yes, it's my house; but we still call it community service. 1.2918 0.03603 233 176 46 11
741 Bend your knees, choke up, and keep your eye on the leaves. 1.2917 0.03844 216 165 39 12
742 Don't overdo it . My leaves don't fall for another week . 1.2917 0.03844 216 165 39 12
743 Will you hurry up---I've got to use the bathroom!! 1.2917 0.04359 192 151 26 15
744 Harry, I thought your #LeafMeAlone campaign was just a pun, not a double entendre. 1.2917 0.03630 240 183 44 13
745 When I suggested we'd be raking it in, I didn't think of you as the literal type. 1.2917 0.03900 216 166 37 13
746 Please tell me why I'm standing here. 1.2915 0.03920 223 173 35 15
747 I thought you were extinct. 1.2915 0.03762 223 170 41 12
748 So..... you've turned over a new leaf. 1.2915 0.03762 223 170 41 12
749 I thought Michelangelo's "The Fall of Man" was OK, but this one really nails it. 1.2915 0.04065 199 153 34 12
750 I'm only doing the front if you stop calling me your avante-gardener. 1.2913 0.03885 230 179 35 16
751 Not a single leaf since I put up this VIP barrier rope. 1.2911 0.03936 213 164 36 13
752 Rake all you want, but with that outfit, you're still not getting in. 1.2911 0.03822 213 162 40 11
753 If you ask me, your footwork was better yesterday. 1.2909 0.03684 220 166 44 10
754 Are we still not talking? 1.2909 0.03569 220 164 48 8
755 That's the last time I order lawn seats. 1.2907 0.03919 227 177 34 16
756 I’d be out there raking with you if it weren’t for these damn velvet ropes. 1.2906 0.04127 203 158 31 14
757 You millennials fall for the curated artisinal leaf raking experience crap every time. 1.2905 0.03973 210 162 35 13
758 Can I buy a cap like that in the gift shop ? 1.2903 0.03973 186 140 38 8
759 Keep looking Attwood, The Big Guy wants no leaf unturned. 1.2902 0.03655 255 198 40 17
760 I'm a friend of the squirrel. 1.2902 0.03693 224 170 43 11
761 I like to watch. 1.2899 0.03695 238 183 41 14
762 With the right music this could be a scene in a Ken Burns documentary about life before climate change. 1.2899 0.04069 207 161 32 14
763 'It's ok, I don't want them back.' 1.2898 0.03713 245 190 39 16
764 Your yard, your call, but if I had nine leaves on my lawn, it'd be leaf-blower time. 1.2897 0.03975 214 166 34 14
765 The merits of this piece are deciduous at best. 1.2897 0.03863 214 164 38 12
766 By my troth, ‘tis the young rake, leaver of lovers and lover of leaves. 1.2897 0.03920 214 165 36 13
767 Do you ever get the feeling you’re being watched? 1.2896 0.03556 221 165 48 8
768 Well, Harold, how do you like raking it in here at Club Fed? 1.2895 0.03854 228 177 36 15
769 Perhaps if you had applied yourself more you would be raking on THIS side. 1.2892 0.03867 204 155 39 10
770 I just got the joke about the hot dog guy on top of the pyramid. 1.2892 0.04393 204 164 21 19
771 So Bill, I wanted to talk to you about your new "fence". 1.2890 0.03701 218 165 43 10
772 The museum of leaf raking is far less exciting than it sounds. 1.2890 0.04029 218 171 31 16
773 "This is only step-one of the witness protection process, cow-milking begins at 1600 hours" 1.2886 0.03774 201 151 42 8
774 I'm the monitor from "no leaf left behind." 1.2886 0.04151 201 157 30 14
775 I’ll never understand performance art. 1.2886 0.03904 201 153 38 10
777 You take a lousy task to a whole new level, Fred. 1.2883 0.04027 222 175 30 17
778 I'll always remember where I was when I saw you raking nine leaves. 1.2878 0.04033 205 159 33 13
779 You're raking in the wrong direction. 1.2878 0.03851 205 156 39 10
780 I can see you're leaf stricken. 1.2877 0.03706 212 160 43 9
781 I find this to be a very avant-yarde work. 1.2877 0.03584 212 158 47 7
782 Behind every rake there’s an exhibitionist. 1.2877 0.03825 212 162 39 11
783 Ticketmaster implied that there would be at least eleven leaves. 1.2877 0.03584 212 158 47 7
784 I don’t feel like a VIP. 1.2877 0.03907 219 170 35 14
785 Welcome "Urban Adventurers" - our experts have carefully curated organic leaves at their peak of color for your ultimate artisinal seasonal raking experience. 1.2876 0.03924 226 177 33 16
786 The ropes aren't necessary anymore Dad. I'm too big to jump in the pile anyway. 1.2876 0.03841 233 182 35 16
787 You think your yard is something special. It's just a quarter-acre with a mortgage like everyone else's around here. 1.2872 0.04110 195 151 32 12
788 Yea it’s called a rake and people used them for decades before climate change 1.2872 0.04237 195 153 28 14
789 Sir, we've got the cameras set up - you ready to look relatable? 1.2871 0.04133 202 158 30 14
790 So this is what they meant when they said I’d be ‘raking it in’ 1.2870 0.03832 216 166 38 12
791 Look on the bright side: When you're finally released, you can write a famous book, call it something like Leaves off Grass. 1.2870 0.03888 216 167 36 13
792 Just making sure you keep them on your side of the fence" 1.2870 0.03528 223 167 48 8
793 Hurry up. It's my turn. 1.2870 0.03857 223 173 36 14
794 What time is the next raking demo? 1.2870 0.03568 230 174 46 10
795 Think of this as a rehearsal for some serious snow shoveling. 1.2870 0.03621 230 175 44 11
796 This year's leaf raking competition had record attendance 1.2865 0.04019 192 147 35 10
797 They just keep falling, don't they. 1.2864 0.03956 206 159 35 12
798 Gary, seriously? You took one art class. 1.2864 0.04189 206 163 27 16
799 It's not too late to switch to valet-raking. 1.2864 0.04035 213 167 31 15
800 Turning a new leaf? 1.2864 0.03809 213 163 39 11
801 You're planning to vote, right? 1.2864 0.03751 213 162 41 10
802 Thanks for reminding me of what I’m not missing in my life. 1.2864 0.03944 220 172 33 15
803 It's show time, Ernie. Where do I seat the neighbors? 1.2864 0.03615 220 166 45 9
804 Pretty lame garden tour. 1.2864 0.03944 220 172 33 15
805 BORING! You’re BORING me! 1.2864 0.03615 220 166 45 9
806 Didn't you used to rake Trump's hair before you retired? 1.2863 0.03874 234 184 33 17
807 Hey bud, the wind just blew a couple of your leaves into my yard. 1.2857 0.03903 210 162 36 12
808 Historical reenactment -BLB(before leaf blowers) 1.2857 0.03789 224 173 38 13
809 You'll never be on Raking With The Stars." 1.2857 0.03903 210 162 36 12
810 Have I missed the 3:00 PM show? 1.2857 0.03682 224 171 42 11
811 You gotta rake it till ya make it 1.2857 0.03962 196 150 36 10
812 And who told you, 'If you rake it, he will come.'? 1.2857 0.03612 245 189 42 14
813 And this is the latest addition to my avant yard selection 1.2857 0.04074 210 165 30 15
814 They'll be filming, so when the senator says he grew up in a town like this you should mention how down to earth he seems. 1.2857 0.04129 189 146 32 11
815 Ah, the Homo Rake-tus. 1.2857 0.03981 217 170 32 15
816 I've decided to let things blow over for the time being. 1.2851 0.03894 228 179 33 16
817 Watch yourself. You know what I did to Rand Paul. 1.2851 0.03793 228 177 37 14
818 They say good rope lines make good neighbors. 1.2851 0.03584 228 173 45 10
819 Senator Paul wishes you 'Happy Fall', sir. 1.2851 0.03894 228 179 33 16
820 I just don't find the plot compelling. 1.2851 0.03793 228 177 37 14
821 I was hoping for more Stravinsky and less Ace Hardware. 1.2851 0.03713 221 169 41 11
822 I just don't see this as 'the next big thing' in reality television. 1.2851 0.03713 221 169 41 11
823 Should have sprung for the picket fence, Jeff 1.2851 0.03768 221 170 39 12
824 I don't care for his Post-Autumn works. 1.2851 0.03713 221 169 41 11
825 C'mon Dad, how was I to know my Cinema degree wouldn't lead to a job paying a living wage? 1.2851 0.03822 221 171 37 13
826 @ yr. 2080 Excuse me, would this be the non-robot assisted manual labor exhibit? 1.2850 0.04019 214 168 31 15
827 Should have picked the blue pill, Steve. 1.2850 0.03677 214 162 43 9
828 Bet you thought federal prison was going to be like summer camp. Guess you weren’t counting on the Fall. Not quite the cakewalk your lawyer said it would be. 1.2850 0.03630 207 155 45 7
829 Not getting crowds like you did before, eh Ralph? 1.2850 0.03999 207 161 33 13
830 May I see your birth certificate? 1.2844 0.03979 225 178 30 17
831 Who are you wearing? 1.2844 0.04122 218 174 26 18
832 Can you hurry up? The next foliage tour begins in 15 minutes.... 1.2844 0.03802 218 168 38 12
833 Do not try to rake the leaves — that's impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth: there are no leaves. 1.2844 0.04112 211 167 28 16
834 Come on sweet pants, shake it when you rake it. 1.2844 0.03769 211 161 40 10
835 'I'm yet undeciduous about getting my rake out.' 1.2844 0.04001 211 165 32 14
836 I am here for the 3:30 PM, “Falling Of The Leaves. 1.2844 0.03887 211 163 36 12
837 In this exhibition, you will see man doing chores before Alexa did it for him. 1.2843 0.03916 204 157 36 11
838 I take it you didn't care for the leaf blower I got you. 1.2843 0.03854 204 156 38 10
839 Mr. Cruise is prepared to pay you \$10 to rake the leaves in the backyard, too, with the signing of the appropriate releases and nondisclosure agreements. 1.2843 0.03661 204 153 44 7
840 So I see that we've added "pretentious" to your "tidy lawn" fetish. 1.2840 0.03628 243 188 41 14
841 For this you are charging admission? 1.2839 0.03750 236 184 37 15
842 How delightfully Proletariat! 1.2839 0.03552 236 180 45 11
843 So this is what fall looks like in California 1.2838 0.03879 229 180 33 16
844 It was worth the train ride and taxi cab to see that people really do this in the burbs. Beats the hell out of Instagram. 1.2838 0.03643 222 169 43 10
845 I love the post-modern interpretation of fall 1.2838 0.03699 222 170 41 11
846 Well neighbor when you do yard work it's an event! 1.2838 0.03699 222 170 41 11
847 I'm going to step away for some popcorn but do you think you can do gutters next? 1.2837 0.03721 215 164 41 10
848 I'm a bit of a rake, myself, you know. . . 1.2837 0.03863 208 160 37 11
849 Pull, don't push. 1.2837 0.03679 208 157 43 8
850 RAKE dancing? I was told BREAK dancing! 1.2837 0.03741 208 158 41 9
851 Makes a difference when it's not your own yard, doesn't it? 1.2836 0.03954 201 155 35 11
852 President Bush, there are some folks here to see your paintings 1.2836 0.03954 201 155 35 11
853 My last neighbor was Rand Paul... 1.2833 0.03926 233 185 30 18
854 Did you really think this movie theatre divider was going to keep the leaves from my tree from blowing on your lawn?" 1.2833 0.03830 233 183 34 16
855 Frigid climes, the austere landscape, a Protestant work ethic ... close enough to touch. 1.2833 0.03878 233 184 32 17
856 I don't know. VIP leaves seem the same to me. 1.2833 0.03683 233 180 40 13
857 Who is he wearing? 1.2832 0.03707 226 174 40 12
858 The rake's progress. 1.2832 0.03760 226 175 38 13
859 Political moderate in natural habitat. 1.2831 0.04344 166 128 29 9
860 Raking is so yesterday. 1.2831 0.03841 219 170 36 13
861 This season's "working class" exhibit is far more life like than last years. 1.2830 0.03928 212 165 34 13
862 Be gentle, those leaves are from my trees. 1.2830 0.03753 212 162 40 10
863 And here you see him regretting that he bought the house with the big yard 1.2827 0.03884 191 145 38 8
864 Even after the exhibit, I still don't understand middle America. 1.2827 0.03877 237 188 31 18
865 They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good leaves. 1.2827 0.03736 237 185 37 15
866 Ooh, I just love outsider art. 1.2826 0.04125 184 142 32 10
867 So, you're re-branding yourself as a performance artist...? 1.2825 0.03739 223 172 39 12
868 Are you really the last homeowner who refuses to use a leaf blower? 1.2825 0.03629 223 170 43 10
869 Sure, take your time. You’re being paid by the leaf, not the hour 1.2822 0.03873 202 155 37 10
870 I love the Behind-the-Scenes pass at the fall foliage tour. 1.2822 0.03873 202 155 37 10
871 The fall of contemporary art. 1.2822 0.03999 202 157 33 12
872 Maybe these fall foliage tours are getting a little too Hollywood 1.2818 0.03364 220 163 52 5
873 A little promotion and you could be raking it in. 1.2818 0.03771 220 170 38 12
874 So this is the real America. 1.2817 0.03855 213 165 36 12
875 Raking your yard? No I'm scratching my grass. 1.2817 0.04238 213 172 22 19
876 I could build a wall, but then I'd expect you to pay for it. 1.2816 0.04003 206 161 32 13
877 147, 148, 149.... 1.2816 0.03498 206 153 48 5
878 The rustic nature of this display is both refreshing and depressing at the same time. 1.2816 0.03883 206 159 36 11
879 Please leaf the premises. 1.2814 0.03699 231 179 39 13
880 Hey, Sisyphus, you missed one! 1.2812 0.04139 192 150 30 12
881 ... and this is the historical exhibit entitled "Before Leaf Blowers" 1.2812 0.04204 192 151 28 13
882 In all honesty, this exhibit exceeds my expectations. 1.2812 0.03724 224 173 39 12
883 We were never good neighbors but this fence definitely isn't helping 1.2811 0.03651 249 195 38 16
884 Are you a REAL Vermonter? 1.2811 0.03860 217 169 35 13
885 Perhaps better expressed on paper, Mr. Whitman. 1.2811 0.03969 217 171 31 15
886 Hope you don't mind; I have the trees and you get the leaves" 1.2811 0.03805 217 168 37 12
887 A little to the left ... no wait, wait, right there, no hold on, now move to the right some, okay, pull back, pull back! 1.2807 0.04169 171 131 32 8
888 For \$50 , I expected a lot more leaves. 1.2807 0.03626 228 175 42 11
889 Graceful technique, but we need you in tights. 1.2805 0.03811 221 172 36 13
890 I'm here for the coming attraction. What time does SHOVELING SNOW start? 1.2804 0.03839 214 166 36 12
891 Is this your idea of raking it in? 1.2804 0.03839 214 166 36 12
892 If I wait long enough, my leaves all blow into your yard. 1.2804 0.03723 214 164 40 10
893 Am I early or what? 1.2802 0.03986 207 162 32 13
894 Can you add a few more red ones? 1.2802 0.03805 207 159 38 10
895 You're not going to sell any tickets, raking with all those clothes on. 1.2802 0.03736 232 181 37 14
896 Next exhibit: Manual Labor 1.2802 0.03583 232 178 43 11
897 Walt Whitman is rolling in his grave. 1.2802 0.03785 232 182 35 15
898 Ever get tired of being The Fall Guy, Whitburn? 1.2802 0.03785 232 182 35 15
899 You missed that one again! 1.2800 0.03918 225 178 31 16
900 You're headed for a big fall, Steven. 1.2800 0.03828 200 153 38 9
901 Don't rake the leaves, let the leaves rake you. 1.2798 0.03665 243 190 38 15
902 I was told this Airbnb comes with two gardners not one. 1.2796 0.03756 211 162 39 10
903 Yet another clichéd performance art piece of The Rake's Progress. 1.2796 0.04100 211 168 27 16
904 Excuse me but where do I get the popcorn? 1.2795 0.03558 229 175 44 10
905 I said everyone would be famous for 15 minutes, I didn’t say you got to choose when 1.2795 0.03868 229 181 32 16
906 The leaves better not come on my side. 1.2794 0.03777 204 156 39 9
907 What an evocative piece! It shouts of man's inability to cope with a technology-driven society. 1.2792 0.04123 197 155 29 13
908 Not one crosses the rope line, got it 1.2792 0.03864 197 151 37 9
909 Every year...too derivative. 1.2791 0.03708 215 165 40 10
910 An assemblage of leaves" a rural performance art exhibit 1.2791 0.03708 215 165 40 10
911 Is this the line for the Apple store? 1.2790 0.03820 233 184 33 16
912 Can you believe it? My wife thought I wouldn't be able to find a hobby after retiring from the Secret Service. 1.2788 0.03642 226 174 41 11
913 You missed a spot! 1.2785 0.03774 219 170 37 12
914 A little more to left.” 1.2785 0.03990 219 174 29 16
915 Remember, they don't just come up for the leaves, they come up for a show! 1.2785 0.03937 219 173 31 15
916 Following the gardener's code ... "leave no leaf behind" ? 1.2785 0.03578 237 183 42 12
917 As a life coach, I am your coach for life, no matter what the restraining order says. Now rake a little to the left. 1.2785 0.03773 237 187 34 16
918 Hey Bill, remember to go with the grain 1.2784 0.03690 194 146 42 6
919 This is so organic. What do you do with the leaves? eBay? 1.2783 0.03858 212 165 35 12
920 You know, this isn't what we had in mind when we said we wanted to rake in more revenue. 1.2783 0.03916 212 166 33 13
921 Excuse me, could I have a back scratch? 1.2783 0.03702 230 179 38 13
922 Not the exactly the 'raking it in' I was referring to 1.2780 0.03824 205 158 37 10
923 Ooh! Ooh! A little more to the right! 1.2780 0.03947 205 160 33 12
924 The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dad. 1.2780 0.03947 205 160 33 12
925 The crowd size was bigger than Obama's if anyone asks. 1.2780 0.03727 223 173 38 12
926 Do not try and rake the leaves, that is impossible. Instead, only realize the truth... there are no leaves. 1.2778 0.03504 234 179 45 10
927 Conceptually your performance gives new meaning to ennui. 1.2778 0.03711 198 150 41 7
928 Yes, remove only the brown and yellowish leaves, the copper ones are in vogue this fall. 1.2775 0.03650 209 159 42 8
929 Rake’s Progress. Lackluster performance, 3 stars. 1.2773 0.03647 220 169 41 10
930 My god man, what happened to your feet? 1.2772 0.04107 202 160 28 14
931 2 more minutes Mr Thompson we have to keep the line moving 1.2772 0.04181 184 144 29 11
932 We New Yorkers will do just about anything to get that full autumn experience. You missed a few, Terry. 1.2770 0.03842 213 166 35 12
933 These HOAs are getting out of control. 1.2770 0.03956 213 168 31 14
934 Welcome to MOMA's manual yard-work exhibit. 1.2770 0.03542 213 161 45 7
935 As an art installation it really doesn't work 1.2770 0.04011 213 169 29 15
936 ... And This famous piece of art is called "The last white man to clean his own yard" 1.2769 0.04147 195 154 28 13
937 Sir... I get that you need your 'alone time', but how much raking can you do with nine goddamn leaves? 1.2769 0.03951 195 151 34 10
938 Stan, chin up, my trees are almost done dropping leaves on your side. 1.2768 0.03547 224 171 44 9
939 For the actual performance of "Endless Autumn," there will of course be a great deal more leaves. 1.2768 0.03922 224 178 30 16
940 Would you prefer I leaf you alone? 1.2768 0.03658 224 173 40 11
941 I raked. I still like to rake. Do you like to rake? 1.2766 0.03644 235 183 39 13
942 I'm such a fan of your reality. 1.2766 0.04450 188 152 20 16
943 Fred, this is not our lawn! 1.2765 0.03848 217 170 34 13
944 Interesting exhibit. Must be what it was like before global warming and we still had trees. 1.2765 0.03678 217 167 40 10
945 Wow, a genuine antique using a genuine antique! 1.2765 0.03848 217 170 34 13
946 I’m calling it “The Rake’s Progress, or The Blower Sucks.” 1.2765 0.03848 217 170 34 13
947 Thought you might like to buy a little protection...if you want to continue raking it in. 1.2764 0.03625 246 193 38 15
948 Behold, the modern man in his natural fall habitat. 1.2764 0.03695 199 151 41 7
949 Hey George, can I borrow your leaf blower? 1.2763 0.04067 228 185 23 20
950 I love watching the rake's progress.... 1.2763 0.03719 228 178 37 13
951 Sir I'm going to have to ask you to leaf the premises. 1.2762 0.03993 210 166 30 14
952 Your jet is ready,Mr. Gore. 1.2760 0.04190 192 152 27 13
953 Your foot placement is embarrassing. The cross oblique was tolerable but the leaf pick-up was Junior High. Might I suggest a European Raking Team to hone your skills? 1.2760 0.03744 221 172 37 12
954 Just a bit to the left. 1.2760 0.03906 221 175 31 15
955 Leaves are God; you'll never win. 1.2760 0.03672 250 198 35 17
956 watching you is boring, use the other side of the rake and amuse me. 1.2759 0.03843 203 157 36 10
957 Love your velvet rope. Am I first in line? 1.2757 0.03768 214 166 37 11
958 Stop! Those last nine were positioned by the Artistic Director! 1.2756 0.03698 225 175 38 12
959 It's more about your artistic process. 1.2756 0.03360 225 169 50 6
960 Mind if I watch? 1.2752 0.03833 218 171 34 13
961 I told you the leaves would not respect the crowd control barriers. 1.2751 0.04167 189 149 28 12
962 Is there a suggestion box? 1.2751 0.03653 229 178 39 12
963 You should focus more on the hedge funds. 1.2750 0.03813 200 154 37 9
964 He's renowned for his brush work. 1.2749 0.03682 211 162 40 9
965 Day 20: The subject still thinks sweeping the leaves will be of any use. 1.2748 0.03784 222 174 35 13
966 Let me guess. ‘A Rake’s Progress.’ 1.2748 0.03837 222 175 33 14
967 I'd like my leaves back. 1.2748 0.03942 222 177 29 16
968 Up next on ESPN 2: the World Championship of Raking 1.2748 0.03890 222 176 31 15
969 Worst production of Rake’s Progress, ever! 1.2746 0.04039 193 151 31 11
970 I was like you once... 1.2746 0.03547 244 190 41 13
971 Not exactly raking it in. 1.2745 0.03763 204 157 38 9
972 As your neighbor, I'd actually expect the grass to look a little greener from this side of the fence. 1.2745 0.03443 255 198 44 13
973 Ever think of bending over and picking them up? 1.2745 0.03889 204 159 34 11
974 Only nine leaves to go. 1.2744 0.03923 215 170 31 14
975 Rake it till you make it, kid. 1.2744 0.03695 215 166 39 10
976 I never heard anyone say good stanchions make for good neighbors. 1.2744 0.03695 215 166 39 10
977 When you’re done here, my yard could use some performance art too... 1.2743 0.03789 226 178 34 14
978 Hey Walt, don’t forget.....after you finish raking those leaves off the grass you still need to come up with a title for your book. 1.2743 0.03736 226 177 36 13
979 This is what happens when you don’t have the means to exploit loopholes in the tax code. 1.2741 0.04046 197 155 30 12
980 Faster! We need these leaves spread around the yard by noon! 1.2740 0.03591 219 168 42 9
981 I’d be happy to do a few bars of autumn leaves for you. 1.2740 0.03591 219 168 42 9
982 I'd lend you my leaf blower, but then I'd have nothing to do all afternoon 1.2739 0.03533 230 177 43 10
983 One leaf crosses this line, I’ll sic my usher on you. 1.2739 0.03764 241 192 32 17
984 I thought you said “bas relief” not “basic leaf” exhibit. 1.2737 0.03723 190 144 40 6
985 It's time you faced up to it, your tree is going bald. 1.2735 0.03660 223 173 39 11
986 Are you sure you raked at Studio 54 ? 1.2735 0.03660 223 173 39 11
987 That's right... keep turning over a new leaf, then another and another. 1.2735 0.03439 234 179 46 9
988 This sure is a great way to separate the watchers from the doers. 1.2731 0.03795 216 169 35 12
989 I'd like to add you to my LinkedIn network 1.2731 0.03851 216 170 33 13
990 I am so glad I came on this Middle America safari trip...fascinating specimens! 1.2731 0.03621 216 166 41 9
991 Your table should be available by winter. 1.2731 0.03825 227 180 32 15
992 Immersive Theatre Production of “A Rake’s Progress.” 1.2731 0.03453 238 183 45 10
993 Is this your first solo show? 1.2731 0.03295 238 180 51 7
994 His work speaks for itself. 1.2727 0.03625 231 180 39 12
995 You can leave the red ones. They are influencers. 1.2727 0.04051 187 146 31 10
996 Trust me Hal, people will be lining up to see you leave. 1.2727 0.04111 209 168 25 16
997 I would help you rake, but I have to bounce. 1.2727 0.03573 231 179 41 11
998 I STILL think you are doing it wrong. 1.2727 0.03518 220 168 44 8
999 Whadja do, put up a wall to keep the Mexicans from raking your leaves? 1.2727 0.04265 220 182 16 22
1000 Sir, Mrs. Carter is waiting for you in the limousine. 1.2727 0.03997 209 166 29 14
1001 Yep... I still don't understand contemporary art 1.2723 0.03715 202 155 39 8
1002 When it's my turn, I'm not gonna wear the hat. 1.2719 0.03323 228 172 50 6
1003 Yes, I checked again. No one is in line to see your leaf pile. 1.2719 0.03493 228 175 44 9
1004 You’d love to rake over here, wouldn’t you? 1.2719 0.04052 217 175 25 17
1005 Splendid. Three more hours and you’ll have carbon-offset the landscaping of my Greenwich estate. 1.2718 0.03977 206 163 30 13
1006 You could have just told me you didn't need any help. 1.2718 0.03917 206 162 32 12
1007 We should discuss what I meant by rakish. 1.2716 0.03301 243 185 50 8
1008 No bugs, squirrels, watering, cutting or raking. I love my artificial turf and plastic trees. 1.2716 0.03398 232 177 47 8
1009 The boss sent me -we need a FALL GUY-interested?" 1.2716 0.03611 232 181 39 12
1010 I wish you wouldn't make such a big production over raking leaves in the Fall. 1.2715 0.03620 221 171 40 10
1011 Opening time for pile jumping? 1.2715 0.03620 221 171 40 10
1012 When, do you think, I'll be able to get back in? 1.2714 0.03744 210 163 37 10
1013 More blowback from your neighbours, Gerald? 1.2713 0.03740 188 143 39 6
1014 Contemporary art: the modern sisyphus 1.2711 0.03520 225 173 43 9
1015 That’s not what I mean by raking it in 1.2710 0.03637 214 165 40 9
1016 I'm just going to duck under this and mess up your pile as soon as you leave again. 1.2710 0.03755 214 167 36 11
1017 Your form is getting in the way of your function. 1.2710 0.03696 214 166 38 10
1019 Have you considered putting a video of this on You Tube? 1.2708 0.04042 192 151 30 11
1020 You can rake all you want but you won't clean up Congress. 1.2707 0.03944 229 185 26 18
1021 Ah, 'Man Raking in Fall,' a perfect motif illustrating the Absurd. 1.2707 0.03745 229 181 34 14
1022 This is quaint. I have a blower. Lithium battery. 1.2707 0.03795 229 182 32 15
1023 Folks. I’m here sideline and it appears if John clears the last stroke with all leaves in, we go to suden death. 1.2706 0.03929 218 174 29 15
1024 You wouldn't have to do this in Southern California. 1.2706 0.03764 218 171 35 12
1025 You'd expect more people to show up to an exclusive lawn maintenance party. 1.2705 0.03715 207 160 38 9
1026 Raking it in" means different things to us, bro 1.2705 0.03900 207 163 32 12
1027 O.K., 10% of everything you rake in - OR ELSE! 1.2705 0.03488 244 190 42 12
1028 Impressive technique, Mr. Dibley, but you're small-town. I can have you ready in time for the Regionals in Chicago. 1.2704 0.03598 233 182 39 12
1029 I don’t like this blue collar direction modern art is taking. 1.2704 0.03493 233 180 43 10
1030 Gary, not everything is modern art 1.2701 0.03606 211 162 41 8
1031 I see you are ready for the onslaught of people once they finish watching paint dry. 1.2701 0.03729 211 164 37 10
1032 Usually my work draws a larger crowd. 1.2701 0.03729 211 164 37 10
1033 The velvet ropes are a nice touch Stanley, but you can't rake away the anger! 1.2698 0.03740 215 168 36 11
1034 Do you think I don't know what you are doing? 1.2698 0.03966 215 172 28 15
1035 In a last ditch bid to save his home from foreclosure, Edward Smith, from Montgomery Alabama, must clear the remaining nine leaves off his lawn in ten seconds, next, on America’s hottest new game show: LEAF... ME... A LOAN! 1.2698 0.04020 215 173 26 16
1036 Does the cordon mean you prefer to be leafed alone? 1.2696 0.03781 230 183 32 15
1037 My next interactive exhibit is on the day of the first snowfall if you're free. 1.2696 0.03679 230 181 36 13
1038 I call this piece "My son's too damn busy playing Fortnite" 1.2696 0.03627 230 180 38 12
1039 Hurry up, it’s my turn to leave. 1.2694 0.03805 219 173 33 13
1040 Just ignore the man in the suit...he's NOT real. Focus on your leaves... 1.2694 0.03693 219 171 37 11
1041 So, just when exactly do you open for the season? 1.2692 0.03883 208 164 32 12
1042 What we have here is a disgruntled dad in his natural habitat 1.2691 0.03535 223 172 42 9
1043 mother always said you were an underachiever 1.2691 0.03810 223 177 32 14
1044 Next, arrange all the red leaves into a carpet leading to the door. 1.2691 0.03647 223 174 38 11
1045 I've got your back, Senator. 1.2690 0.03765 197 152 37 8
1046 The epitome of “outsider” art. 1.2689 0.03492 238 185 42 11
1047 Nice try, Tom, but I’m not the same person who once whitewashed the fence. 1.2689 0.03773 212 166 35 11
1048 Raking it in, yet? 1.2687 0.03762 227 180 33 14
1049 What else is there to say? La technique est magnifique. 1.2687 0.03974 201 159 30 12
1050 Not bad, but this is derivative of a Whitney exhibit in the 60s. 1.2687 0.03911 201 158 32 11
1051 Though the colors of the leaves change, the colors of his life remain gray and dull. 1.2685 0.03666 216 168 38 10
1052 Not exactly the raking it in I expected. 1.2685 0.03894 216 172 30 14
1053 I'm looking forward to next season's 'Tango with a Snow Shovel.' 1.2685 0.03894 216 172 30 14
1054 And this exhibit is called grounded son. 1.2683 0.03858 205 161 33 11
1055 Careful. You've already missed one. 1.2683 0.03266 246 188 50 8
1056 Once again, even with a restraining order, my neighbor has defied all odds and found yet another way to annoy me. 1.2683 0.03795 205 160 35 10
1057 I'm into winter, myself. Hey — you missed a spot. 1.2683 0.03695 246 197 32 17
1058 Did I tell you I got a leaf blower? 1.2682 0.03789 220 174 33 13
1059 Forgive me if I find 'The Grim Raker' uncompelling performance art. 1.2681 0.03817 235 189 29 17
1060 After retiring from the theater, neighbors kindly tolerated Chester's ushering in the Fall 1.2679 0.04153 209 170 22 17
1061 The wall will go here, you'll need a visa to rake the other half of the yard. 1.2679 0.03926 209 166 30 13
1062 Not quite the turn out you were expecting on either side of the rope is it? 1.2679 0.03521 224 173 42 9
1063 Gilbert turns everything into performance art. 1.2679 0.03795 224 178 32 14
1064 Even gay marriage has the nagging wife 1.2679 0.03795 224 178 32 14
1065 Rakish" isn't a compliment 1.2679 0.03742 224 177 34 13
1066 Aren't we a little like those leaves Sheffield? One day we too shall fall from grace. Who will rake us Sheffield? Who'll be our Sheffield, Sheffield? 1.2679 0.03577 224 174 40 10
1067 And for the final leg of our suburban tour, the home owner’s fall tradition of leaf raking. These leaves are distributed by the sappy neighbor’s maple. 1.2679 0.03405 224 171 46 7
1068 I came for the leaves, but frankly, I don't get it. 1.2676 0.03757 213 167 35 11
1069 Personally, I prefer to rake in the dough." 1.2675 0.03747 228 181 33 14
1070 It's to keep the ordinary leaves out of the VIP yard. 1.2675 0.03424 228 175 45 8
1071 Agreed, the White House days were much more exciting. 1.2675 0.03424 228 175 45 8
1072 I don’t know yard work, but I know what I like. 1.2675 0.03535 228 177 41 10
1073 Good job Inmate Manafort. Only 4,999,999 to go. 1.2673 0.04139 202 163 24 15
1074 I am keeping my eyes on you. The leaves cannot cross my border. 1.2673 0.03533 217 167 42 8
1075 When you're done here, there's a swamp that needs draining. 1.2672 0.03451 247 193 42 12
1076 In my yard the trees pick up their own leaves after the show. 1.2667 0.03783 195 151 36 8
1077 Beware the velvet rope my son, the rakes that claw, the leaves they grasp... 1.2667 0.03987 195 154 30 11
1078 You missed one over there on the right. 1.2667 0.03673 225 177 36 12
1079 Ah...riveting. The rural pre-blower husband's art of avoiding doing the dishes until the season of the shovel comes around next. 1.2667 0.03909 210 167 30 13
1080 Museum visitors please note this interactive display of the pre-robotic chore of raking leaves 1.2664 0.03562 214 165 41 8
1081 Automation begets unemployment, begets performance art. 1.2664 0.03857 214 170 31 13
1082 Ease up dude, there won't be any left for my turn. 1.2664 0.03742 214 168 35 11
1083 Gerald, I am as big a fan of performance art as there is. But I just don’t get this. 1.2661 0.03637 218 170 38 10
1084 Leave a few leaves for the next performance. 1.2661 0.03694 218 171 36 11
1085 Is this the house where you have the leaf that looks like Elvis on display? 1.2660 0.03549 203 155 42 6
1086 Yeah, it worked for Tom Sawyer, but no, I don't want to rake your yard. 1.2660 0.03749 203 158 36 9
1087 You KNOW I just had to point out again, you missed one. 1.2659 0.03538 252 200 37 15
1088 Excuse me, sir - but those leaves were strategically placed for a perfect Instagram photo. 1.2658 0.03544 237 186 39 12
1089 Rake it all in, there's more where that came from. 1.2658 0.03282 237 181 49 7
1090 It's performance art and it runs until the end of autumn. 1.2658 0.03593 222 173 39 10
1091 You don't really think that a velvet rope will keep the leaves on your side. 1.2658 0.03759 222 176 33 13
1092 Be careful with them. They're from my trees. So, technically they're mine.... 1.2657 0.03505 207 158 43 6
1093 Am I your agent? Your neighbor? Your bodyguard? Nobody knows. But I'm here. Always here. 1.2657 0.03700 207 161 37 9
1094 So quiet. You should patent that. 1.2655 0.03659 226 178 36 12
1095 Nice forehand, but your backhand still needs work. 1.2655 0.03437 226 174 44 8
1096 Velvet ropes mean nothing to them. 1.2654 0.03775 211 166 34 11
1097 You missed a leaf 1.2653 0.03969 196 155 30 11
1098 Okay, but can I at least whitewash your fence? 1.2653 0.03766 196 152 36 8
1099 This is very derivative of 'Woman Sweeping Floor'. 1.2651 0.03547 215 166 41 8
1100 Hard work or not, you still need a wristband to get into the VIP section. 1.2651 0.03485 215 165 43 7
1101 Every year this comes between us. 1.2650 0.03783 200 156 35 9
1102 Aren't you going to separate the oak and maple? 1.2648 0.03564 219 170 40 9
1103 TripAdvisor nailed it again 1.2648 0.03736 219 173 34 12
1104 So, this is what suburbanites do in the Fall. 1.2648 0.03505 219 169 42 8
1105 For my encore, I’ll be putting the trash cans out at the curb. 1.2648 0.03792 219 174 32 13
1106 I'm here representing Mr. Maple. You've been served. 1.2648 0.03736 219 173 34 12
1107 I call this one "Suburban version of me..." 1.2647 0.03860 204 161 32 11
1108 You leaving? 1.2647 0.03581 238 188 37 13
1109 Winter is coming. 1.2646 0.03464 223 172 43 8
1110 Is this what they call honest, hard work? 1.2646 0.03634 223 175 37 11
1111 Frank's green carpet debut did not quite have the turnout he had hoped for. 1.2646 0.03578 223 174 39 10
1112 Think of it as a border rope. 1.2645 0.03391 242 188 44 10
1113 They're billing THIS as 'Legends of the Fall?' 1.2643 0.03644 227 179 36 12
1114 Little Johnny wants to jump on a pile, Sam. You may have to import more leaves. 1.2643 0.03591 227 178 38 11
1115 As performance art, it leaves a lot to be desired. 1.2642 0.03801 193 150 35 8
1116 I'll entitle it "the Fall of Dad" 1.2642 0.03383 212 161 46 5
1117 Just as I was beginning to think that performance art was passe'. 1.2642 0.03449 212 162 44 6
1118 In this piece titled, 'Fall Futility,' we see the modern man's third raking before the wind blows yet again 1.2642 0.03876 212 169 30 13
1119 You have a permit for that rake? 1.2641 0.03601 231 182 37 12
1120 I just love the fall, don't you? 1.2641 0.03385 231 178 45 8
1121 Did I miss the Fall Spectacular? 1.2641 0.03601 231 182 37 12
1122 Can you please rake quieter you are disturbing your A list neighbors. 1.2640 0.03951 197 156 30 11
1123 I am your biggest fan. 1.2639 0.03653 216 169 37 10
1124 Selling tickets to this live event was a bit of a stretch, doncha' think? 1.2639 0.03653 216 169 37 10
1125 Sorry. You'll need a reservation to rake this side of the yard. 1.2639 0.03825 216 172 31 13
1126 Do you mind whistling Heigh-Ho?" 1.2638 0.03455 235 183 42 10
1127 David, I want a Divorce... 1.2638 0.03758 235 189 30 16
1128 My therapist told me to be more engaged with daily life. 1.2636 0.03721 220 174 34 12
1129 I’ll take it. It’s like Norman Rockwell meets Grant Wood in the suburbs. 1.2636 0.03518 239 188 39 12
1130 Just checking on your rake's progress. 1.2634 0.03652 205 159 38 8
1131 The security has become so lax at these white collar prisons. 1.2634 0.03782 224 179 31 14
1132 He's raking leaf number nine, red with yellow spots and one tear on the top. It's exactly nine am. Ned's wearing a green cap and no gloves." OCD CSI 1.2632 0.03731 209 164 35 10
1133 Personally, I find the whole bio-realism movement a bit derivative...but I do love to jump in the pile. 1.2632 0.03522 228 178 40 10
1134 And you think I am the fall guy? 1.2632 0.03683 228 181 34 13
1135 Is this the line for "The Rake's Progress"? 1.2632 0.03731 209 164 35 10
1136 To everything there is a season, but not for performance art. 1.2629 0.03317 232 178 47 7
1137 Is the pile ready yet? 1.2629 0.03499 213 164 42 7
1138 Oh yes, the Great Fall of the Middle Class exhibit. 1.2627 0.03545 236 186 38 12
1139 You should wait until there are more leaves to rake and then it's better for the grass if you rake in the same direction one day and another direction the next and why rake at all when snow will cover it soon.... 1.2627 0.03638 217 170 37 10
1140 So the leaves really don’t rake themselves? 1.2627 0.03696 217 171 35 11
1141 Ah, Fall, when the tourist come to watch Al Gore rake the leaves. 1.2624 0.04126 221 183 18 20
1142 You call THIS performance art? 1.2624 0.03357 221 169 46 6
1143 I assume that you realize that this barrier could be to either your or my benefit depending on wind direction. 1.2624 0.03232 221 167 50 4
1144 I see that you are splitting the property with your ex. 1.2624 0.03879 202 160 31 11
1145 Pout all you want, if you're not on the list, you're not getting into Billy's clubhouse. 1.2624 0.04065 202 163 25 14
1146 Performance art isn't what it used to be, I see. 1.2624 0.03942 202 161 29 12
1147 Nobody comes or leaves without my permission. 1.2622 0.03494 225 175 41 9
1148 The first "Quintessential Americana" tour group should be here by nine sir. 1.2621 0.03701 206 161 36 9
1149 You know, I've always hated your theatrical ways. 1.2618 0.03132 233 176 53 4
1150 My kid could do that. 1.2618 0.03574 233 184 37 12
1151 The witness protection plan would like to upgrade your leaf blower. 1.2615 0.03681 218 172 35 11
1152 Table for tree. 1.2615 0.03681 218 172 35 11
1153 Fake Leaves, George! 1.2613 0.03746 222 177 32 13
1154 Outsider art. Literally. 1.2613 0.03579 222 174 38 10
1155 Extend...pull. Extend...pull. 1.2613 0.03636 222 175 36 11
1156 The Suburbia exhibit is as boring as I thought. 1.2609 0.03495 230 180 40 10
1157 Is this really what bouncers do after retirement? 1.2609 0.03271 230 176 48 6
1158 Nice ass. 1.2609 0.03932 207 166 28 13
1159 Leave them alone, you rakist. 1.2607 0.03560 234 185 37 12
1160 Until I can build a wall, this will have to do. 1.2607 0.03560 234 185 37 12
1161 This Tom Sawyer Act isn't going to work. 1.2607 0.03576 211 164 39 8
1162 Per his plea agreement, Paul Manafort is assigned to rake leaves at Camp David. 1.2605 0.03771 215 171 32 12
1163 Hundreds of identical leaves. Must be a glitch in the matrix. 1.2605 0.03533 215 167 40 8
1164 That's the rake you borrowed from me last year. 1.2605 0.03594 215 168 38 9
1165 What exactly did you think VIP meant? 1.2603 0.03834 219 176 29 14
1166 Go ahead John, pick up all the leaves in the world, you’re still not getting in without being on the list. 1.2603 0.03608 219 172 37 10
1167 They're my leaves, all right, but I won't be needing them. 1.2601 0.03565 223 175 38 10
1168 Senator Jones, ten more leaves, then we need you at the lawn mower in 10 minutes. 1.2601 0.03508 223 174 40 9
1169 It's either taking a bullet or yard work. Never both, sir. 1.2598 0.03908 204 163 29 12
1170 Taking this ‘ushering in autumn’ thing a bit too far perhaps? 1.2597 0.03641 231 184 34 13
1171 In exhibit #436 we have what the average middle class American does on a Saturday 1.2596 0.03732 208 164 34 10
1172 Psst, I know a good grass and blow guy, if you know what I mean. 1.2596 0.03732 208 164 34 10
1173 I'm afraid you don't have enough points for the elite leafblower, sir. 1.2594 0.03862 212 170 29 13
1174 Too bad we’re not on a full-color page. 1.2594 0.03623 212 166 37 9
1175 you missed one by your left foot. You're damaging the lawn. There's a couple of leaves behind you here. You just stepped on a leaf. 1.2594 0.03862 212 170 29 13
1176 I'd let you into my club, but you're just not rakish enough. 1.2594 0.03561 212 165 39 8
1177 You're disturbing a crime scene. Put those leaves back where you found them. 1.2593 0.03868 216 174 28 14
1178 Save your ticket stub for half price off on watching the snow shoveling in December. 1.2593 0.03687 189 146 37 6
1179 There are people waiting! 1.2591 0.03594 220 173 37 10
1180 We tell the trees to stop littering, but they just won't listen... 1.2589 0.03551 224 176 38 10
1181 Don't be disappointed. Still a couple of weeks to draw a good crowd. 1.2589 0.03257 224 171 48 5
1182 I don't see how this is helping your writer's block. 1.2586 0.03359 232 180 44 8
1183 We may be brothers, but I'm Warhol to your Rockwell. 1.2586 0.03469 232 182 40 10
1184 Do it, like you mean it. 1.2585 0.03701 205 161 35 9
1185 Spencer, your autumn tableau never ceases to portend the coming of winter's icy blast. 1.2585 0.03829 205 163 31 11
1186 This diorama shows man before leaf blowers. 1.2585 0.03701 205 161 35 9
1187 The network is promoting the heck out of you for November sweeps. 1.2584 0.03778 209 166 32 11
1188 We will win the leaf raking contest before we win the cartoon caption contest ! ! 1.2582 0.04124 213 176 19 18
1189 Still at it? I finished yesterday! 1.2582 0.03484 213 165 41 7
1190 The colors are much more vivid in person compared with watching on TV. 1.2581 0.03564 217 170 38 9
1191 No kid is jumping in your leaf pile, NOT on my watch!!! 1.2581 0.03796 217 174 30 13
1192 It appears your lawn is not as spotless as you claimed, Mr. Bond. 1.2581 0.03443 217 168 42 7
1193 I think our Chinese tour group will enjoy this. 1.2579 0.03522 221 173 39 9
1194 You're being ridiculous Frank! Velvet ropes around your lawn? It's like something out of a New Yorker cartoon. And your name being Frank makes it sillier, because it's not really a common name anymore but it's frequently used in winning captions." 1.2579 0.03580 221 174 37 10
1195 A red one--ooh, another bright orange one--and there's a kind of purple one! 1.2579 0.03961 221 181 23 17
1196 Really? My kid could do that. 1.2578 0.03593 225 178 36 11
1197 Witness if you will, Hank raking his lawn, ignorant of the sinister detail that all the leaves face the same direction as if placed there for this performance of a "normal life in suburbia." 1.2578 0.03647 225 179 34 12
1198 LIMERICK: Once was a man named Backyard Bart...He liked to perform performance art...Trimming trees...Raking leaves...Hell, people paid to watch him fart. 1.2576 0.03656 229 183 33 13
1199 Doug suddenly began to think that Harold's '12th annual leaf raking competition' was just an excuse to make someone rake his leaves. Tensions began to rise as Harold invited Doug to his '15th annual lawn mowing jamboree. ' 1.2575 0.03561 233 185 36 12
1200 You miss 100% of the leaves you don't rake. 1.2575 0.03402 233 182 42 9
1201 How do I fast forward through this part? 1.2575 0.03613 233 186 34 13
1202 Unless you throw in a Kardashian or Taylor Swift moves next door, you simply don't have enough here for a successful reality show. 1.2574 0.03800 202 160 32 10
1203 I don't care whose yard this is you're not on the list. 1.2574 0.03469 237 187 39 11
1204 The president requests you leave the red ones and then drain the swamp. No, it was not a metaphor." 1.2573 0.03812 206 164 31 11
1205 I have a whole caravan of your replacements coming up from Guatemala so get to work! 1.2570 0.03714 214 170 33 11
1206 You will never get those last nine leaves up because this is a cartoon. 1.2570 0.03830 214 172 29 13
1207 I will be your bodyguard, if you will be my long lost friend 1.2570 0.03594 214 168 37 9
1208 I'd say this year's effort lacks a certain conviction. 1.2569 0.03609 218 172 36 10
1209 I found more enjoyable last year's performance with the sputtering leaf blower. 1.2569 0.03667 218 173 34 11
1210 I wouldn't mind taking some of the prettier yellows if you're disposing of them anyway. 1.2568 0.03565 222 175 37 10
1211 I am sorry, you need a blower to enter the south yard. No rakes allowed. 1.2568 0.03787 222 179 29 14
1212 Nope. No pitchforks. No horns or tails. No fire. No brimstone. Just you and me, Bro... 1.2566 0.03740 226 182 30 14
1213 Robert Frost may have said it better, but your velvet rope doesn't make for a good neighbor. 1.2566 0.03687 226 181 32 13
1214 Missed one! 1.2565 0.03536 230 182 37 11
1215 That weed...I want it whacked. 1.2564 0.03599 234 187 34 13
1216 Buck up Randolph. I know it's quite bleak right now but it's a Super Minimum facility. You'll be out by 4:00pm. 1.2563 0.03352 238 186 43 9
1217 And if your 'leaves of grass' cross the border again, you'll pay for the fence. 1.2563 0.04028 199 161 25 13
1218 Not exactly raking it in, are you? 1.2562 0.03652 203 159 36 8
1219 I know it worked for Huck Finn painting the fence — but that was then. 1.2562 0.03783 203 161 32 10
1220 Hey, my boss Donald is always on the lookout for a new fall guy. You interested ? 1.2562 0.04032 203 165 24 14
1221 Go ahead and rake. All the leaves in the world aren't getting you into this club. 1.2562 0.03718 203 160 34 9
1222 Why did you even bother giving me a guest list? 1.2559 0.03624 211 166 36 9
1223 Ill give you \$20 if I can skip the line. 1.2557 0.03415 219 170 42 7
1224 I'm not leaving until the fall premiere. 1.2557 0.03536 219 172 38 9
1225 The use of the rake clearly symbolizes his loss of reality. 1.2556 0.03551 223 176 37 10
1226 Sir, I don't think this is what "distributing leaflets" means 1.2556 0.03494 223 175 39 9
1227 The Boss would like a word. 1.2554 0.03576 231 184 35 12
1228 Rake my leaves and I'll forget about the cover charge. 1.2553 0.03376 235 184 42 9
1229 I see you are managing to control the crowds. 1.2553 0.03430 235 185 40 10
1230 Sometimes I dream about being born on the other side of the ropes so I can feel first hand the effects of mind numbing manual labor. Then, I wake up and laugh...Ha Ha Ha...silly dreams." 1.2550 0.04072 200 163 23 14
1231 Ok, You're right Neville...The grass ISN'T always greener. 1.2548 0.03779 208 166 31 11
1232 Some of your leaves blew over into my yard last year 1.2548 0.03717 208 165 33 10
1233 Don't forget the one on your right. 1.2548 0.03900 208 168 27 13
1234 Cheer up, Harvey. Eventually, everyone leaves. 1.2547 0.03730 212 169 32 11
1235 And here I am - moments away from a mid-leaf crisis. 1.2546 0.03683 216 172 33 11
1236 Put your back into it, man. No one pays to watch a slacker rake. 1.2545 0.03694 220 176 32 12
1237 So I guess I’m first in line for the premiere performance of “Jack finally cleans up his lawn”! 1.2545 0.03750 220 177 30 13
1238 I can't believe I had to pay \$20 and wait in line just so I can pretend that I live in the country! 1.2545 0.03422 224 175 41 8
1239 I thought I made it clear that you weren’t supposed to let any leaves in. 1.2545 0.03303 224 173 45 6
1240 So this is the usual day for the middle class huh? 1.2544 0.03496 228 180 38 10
1241 I hope he puts more effort into the Spring Collection. 1.2544 0.03440 228 179 40 9
1242 You realize they're just gonna keep falling. 1.2543 0.03562 232 185 35 12
1243 Sir,you can't stay out here forever,the elections were three weeks ago. 1.2543 0.03456 232 183 39 10
1244 Pace yourself, Larry, the turkeys have yet to land. 1.2541 0.03633 244 198 30 16
1245 No, I don’t need ID. I’m here to enforce the after hours gas powered blower ban. 1.2541 0.03491 244 195 36 13
1246 When does your wife go on? 1.2537 0.03686 205 162 34 9
1247 A Brechtian commentary on the tedium of bourgeois life? Yes, yes, I've seen all this before. 1.2537 0.03750 205 163 32 10
1248 Psst...Am I too early or too late? 1.2537 0.03686 205 162 34 9
1249 "You rake. Then you shovel. Then you mow. Then you rake again. Ain't life grand?" 1.2535 0.03489 217 170 39 8
1250 Lawnman becomes installation artist to rave reviews. 1.2533 0.03742 225 182 29 14
1251 Would you like me to place them under your rake ? 1.2532 0.03848 233 192 23 18
1252 Nothing gets past me. Keep them on your side, neighbor. 1.2532 0.03608 237 191 32 14
1253 That's not what I meant when I said "please leave the property" 1.2525 0.03784 202 161 31 10
1254 Seeing the last white, male Democrat was not worth the price of admission. 1.2525 0.03784 202 161 31 10
1255 I don't care if they were on my tree. THEY' 'R IN YOUR YARD! 1.2525 0.03583 202 158 37 7
1256 Unbe-leaf-able work! 1.2524 0.03670 206 163 34 9
1257 Alright easy does it, you need to make those leaves last til the next bus gets here. 1.2524 0.03747 210 168 31 11
1258 I heard you wanted to go out with a young rake. 1.2524 0.03686 210 167 33 10
1259 Rake it and they will come 1.2523 0.03639 214 170 34 10
1260 A bet's a bet, Tom. Every last leaf. Then I get to jump in them and you do it again" 1.2523 0.03639 214 170 34 10
1261 The homeowners association would like to thankyou for your absurd dedication. 1.2523 0.03653 218 174 33 11
1262 Is this a seasonal performance? 1.2523 0.03414 218 170 41 7
1263 Don't mind me. 1.2523 0.03435 222 174 40 8
1264 Avant Garde, no. Avant Yard, yes. 1.2523 0.03435 222 174 40 8
1265 You want WIND on the Do Not Allow list? 1.2523 0.03719 222 179 30 13
1266 Ok, ok! I promise not to jump into the next pile. 1.2523 0.03493 222 175 38 9
1267 Performance art without a publicist is a lonely art. 1.2522 0.03620 226 181 33 12
1268 Make America Rake Again. Really? I just use my blower. And is this flimsy barrier the best you can do? Not really the wall you kept talking about, is it? 1.2522 0.03783 230 188 26 16
1269 Leave the rake. Take the cannoli. 1.2522 0.03629 230 185 32 13
1270 I finished my half. You lose. 1.2522 0.03523 230 183 36 11
1271 Please rake faster, if I don't upload a pic of a pile of leaves soon, my 6 followers will get mad. 1.2521 0.03692 238 194 28 16
1272 Oops, here comes another one! And another one! And one more! Yep, another one! And another and another and another and.... 1.2521 0.03455 242 193 37 12
1273 This is the VIP section- nobody enters and nobody leafs. 1.2519 0.03264 258 204 43 11
1274 This virtual reality tour of 20th century New England sure needs more fall color 1.2513 0.03836 187 148 31 8
1275 Apparently, even the seasons have an intermission now. 1.2513 0.03732 195 154 33 8
1276 I can’t wait for feng shui II 1.2513 0.03732 195 154 33 8
1277 Enjoy viewing the last manual labor job held by an white man. 1.2512 0.03956 203 165 25 13
1278 Just the leaves. The lawn doesn't' itch. 1.2512 0.03842 207 167 28 12
1279 Fearful of missing out,Tod patiently waited for his turn to rake it in. 1.2512 0.03842 207 167 28 12
1280 I don't care how much you rake. Nobody gets in without ID. 1.2512 0.03780 207 166 30 11
1281 Why are you raking nine leaves, dipshit? 1.2512 0.03850 211 171 27 13
1282 Something tells me I've misread the leaflet. 1.2512 0.03791 211 170 29 12
1283 You've got some nerve charging an admission for this ... you're raking it in. 1.2512 0.03545 211 166 37 8
1284 Just a few more chores and I'll sneak you on the list. 1.2512 0.03624 215 171 34 10
1285 Hard to believe that before climate change this was considered to be a distasteful chore 1.2511 0.03400 219 171 41 7
1286 Standing room only, huh? 1.2511 0.03338 219 170 43 6
1287 In the grand scheme of things, no one leaf is exactly the same. Fascinating, huh? 1.2511 0.03338 219 170 43 6
1288 I’m a regular—and I know the owner. 1.2511 0.03521 219 173 37 9
1289 I question your choice of raking hat. 1.2511 0.03509 231 184 36 11
1290 Wait till you see the laundry exhibit 1.2511 0.03345 231 181 42 8
1291 I just love your performance art in the Fall. 1.2511 0.03363 235 185 41 9
1292 But you have to let me through. I knew the leaves before they fell. 1.2500 0.03549 216 171 36 9
1293 You can rake, but you can’t hide. 1.2500 0.03457 256 207 34 15
1294 I understand how a rake works, but this section is reserved for leaf blowers only. 1.2500 0.03507 220 174 37 9
1295 The squirrels say they don’t know you, so I can’t let you in. 1.2500 0.03507 220 174 37 9
1296 Why the two-drink minimum??? 1.2500 0.03680 220 177 31 12
1297 This Amish secret service detail is ridiculous. 1.2500 0.03877 204 165 27 12
1298 You look like a regular schlub sir, shall I bring you a cocktail now? 1.2500 0.03736 220 178 29 13
1299 C´mon, don´t be mad at me, I didn´t put you on house arrest. 1.2500 0.03638 208 165 34 9
1300 Carefully curating your lawn, I see. 1.2500 0.03766 192 152 32 8
1301 Now, stretch! And pull! Ignore those aching wrists! You'll never win 'Raking with the Stars' unless you give yourself to it completely. 1.2500 0.03619 204 161 35 8
1302 Our budget only covers twenty-two leaves. 1.2500 0.03593 212 168 35 9
1303 This velvet rope isn't even slowing them down, and Mexico is most certainly not paying for it. 1.2500 0.04000 204 167 23 14
1304 "Can I see the front of your cap? I'm not sure if I should talk to you. 1.2500 0.03635 224 180 32 12
1305 And then you shred your work? Shredding is so hot right now! 1.2500 0.03296 236 185 43 8
1306 And here we have Arthur with a subtle pairing of The North Face country weekend and Martha Stewart tools for show. 1.2500 0.03507 220 174 37 9
1307 Are you sure the line will start here? 1.2490 0.03428 249 200 36 13
1308 I'll bet Joyce Kilmer never raked leaves. 1.2489 0.03694 237 194 27 16
1309 Derivative crap. 1.2489 0.03338 237 187 41 9
1310 I have dibs on the red ones. 1.2489 0.03299 229 179 43 7
1311 Rake them again, but slower... 1.2489 0.03452 225 178 38 9
1312 My neighbor has a bigger pile. 1.2489 0.03493 221 175 37 9
1313 I don't know about on the other side of the fence, but on this side of the rope, it sure is greener. 1.2488 0.03474 217 171 38 8
1314 Not bad. But it still emanates a faux New Haven vibe versus authentic Litchfield County. 1.2488 0.03535 217 172 36 9
1315 Robert began to question the adage his mother had lived by: “Good stanchions make good neighbors.” (Deanna Kilbreth, Leeds, Me.) 1.2488 0.03559 209 165 36 8
1316 Don't worry, sir. Your neighbor and his leafblower aren't getting anywhere near this lawn again. 1.2488 0.03670 205 163 33 9
1317 Let's pick up the pace...we're already booking into next fall. 1.2488 0.03650 201 159 34 8
1318 And I don’t wanna see a single leaf on this side, ever! 1.2487 0.03836 197 158 29 10
1319 From a critical perspective, a rather underwhelming season premiere. 1.2487 0.03748 193 153 32 8
1320 Always leave them wanting more, Jack 1.2479 0.03636 242 198 28 16
1321 Sir, you can't impose a tariff on the neighbors leaves imported into your yard. 1.2479 0.03573 234 189 32 13
1322 So this is what they call "labor." 1.2479 0.03624 234 190 30 14
1323 For every two you take out, I'll let one in. 1.2479 0.03522 234 188 34 12
1324 My kid's work is as good at that. 1.2478 0.03455 230 183 37 10
1325 Real reality. Worth every penny. Who knew? 1.2478 0.03563 230 185 33 12
1326 So . . . I get the metaphor. You want me to 'leave'. 1.2478 0.03616 230 186 31 13
1327 Good cordons make good neighbors! 1.2478 0.03343 230 181 41 8
1328 What’s the matter, Norman? Is the banality of your seasonal Sisyphean task no longer satisfying to you in a world full of crises? Do you long for something... more? 1.2478 0.03660 226 183 30 13
1329 When you’re stuck in a cartoon like this, Dude, there’s just nothing funny or clever to say. 1.2477 0.03814 222 182 25 15
1330 nothin' beats watchin' a great pick-up artist at work 1.2477 0.03479 222 176 37 9
1331 I prefer his later work, the snow-blue period. 1.2477 0.03650 222 179 31 12
1332 Well, can I at least hold the bag? 1.2477 0.03420 222 175 39 8
1333 In Germany we do not have seasons; we have Oktoberfest 1.2477 0.03753 218 177 28 13
1334 I like boring things. 1.2477 0.03520 218 173 36 9
1335 I don't think cordoning off your yard will keep my leaves on my property. 1.2477 0.03438 214 168 39 7
1336 I'm sorry sir, once you rake your leaves outside the venue you can't rake them back in without a wristband." 1.2477 0.03684 214 172 31 11
1337 . . . . and keep them over there! 1.2477 0.03624 214 171 33 10
1338 The MicroManager: "You missed one, there's one behind you, there's one over there, not that one, yes that one, lookout behind you, get that one near the door, and the red one to your left....." 1.2476 0.03608 210 167 34 9
1339 I'd really like to help you out, but I'm on the cool side. 1.2476 0.03544 210 166 36 8
1340 When does the next performance begin? 1.2474 0.03585 194 152 36 6
1341 The house down the block also has a VIP lounge. 1.2474 0.03855 190 152 29 9
1342 Unfortunately, budget cuts have forced the agency to scale back its witness protection program 1.2470 0.03393 247 198 37 12
1343 I’m just saying, I’ve never seen anything less than a leaf blower in the VIP area. 1.2468 0.03349 235 186 40 9
1344 The stroke technique is quite impressionistic. 1.2468 0.03403 235 187 38 10
1345 The long strokes really show the artist’s desire to get back inside. 1.2468 0.03156 231 179 47 5
1346 Didn´t like my joke about the leaf blower, then? 1.2468 0.03442 231 184 37 10
1347 This will give you only 2 hours off your community service agreement. 1.2468 0.03442 231 184 37 10
1348 Cheer up sir, you'll only be in for 18 months and next election isn't coming for two years. 1.2468 0.03654 231 188 29 14
1349 He never leaves! 1.2467 0.03482 227 181 36 10
1350 Well,‘Raking with the Stars’ this ain’t... 1.2467 0.03646 227 184 30 13
1351 For this reviewer, Tom Gallagher's performance is a bit flat and seems to lack motivation. Only two stars out of five, I'm afraid. 1.2466 0.03523 223 178 35 10
1352 I'll have you know in this neighborhood we rake in profits, not leaves. 1.2466 0.03580 223 179 33 11
1353 I don’t understand. We have leaves at home you can rake. 1.2466 0.03346 223 175 41 7
1354 Psst, you missed a spot. 1.2466 0.03465 223 177 37 9
1355 So you think I'm a nosy neighbor. 1.2466 0.03624 219 176 32 11
1356 Don't mind me, I just love watching others work 1.2465 0.03609 215 172 33 10
1357 Hey, you missed one! 1.2465 0.03609 215 172 33 10
1358 I've seen better. 1.2464 0.03529 211 167 36 8
1359 The Anti-Leafblowers League meets tonight at my house. 1.2464 0.03592 211 168 34 9
1360 Are the leaves really what troubles you, or are they just a projection of your agitation with the Mueller investigation? 1.2464 0.03529 211 167 36 8
1361 Beautiful. This must be a Banksy. 1.2461 0.03908 191 154 27 10
1362 Let me guess...Ellen's notion of a productive golf alternative? 1.2460 0.03741 187 148 32 7
1363 Yes, sir, your leaves are very pretty, but admission to this side of the yard is still \$12.50 for non-members. 1.2459 0.03317 244 194 40 10
1364 The leaf pile tour begins in five minutes. 1.2458 0.03353 240 191 39 10
1365 The rules are the same for the rake as for the blower: Your leaves stay on your side. 1.2456 0.03355 228 180 40 8
1366 Careful! That one's on the list. 1.2455 0.03393 224 177 39 8
1367 You may be the last person collecting leaves without the comforting sound of a leaf-blower. 1.2455 0.03451 224 178 37 9
1368 Doug tried to capitalize on being the last remaining Caucasian lawn guy in LA 1.2455 0.03777 220 180 26 14
1369 Yes, once there's more than eight you've got to get after it. 1.2454 0.03594 216 173 33 10
1370 This is the best piece of lawn art I've seen since the garden gnome. 1.2454 0.03534 216 172 35 9
1371 Do you know where all your leaves are? I would hate for something to happen to them.... 1.2454 0.03534 216 172 35 9
1372 I usually don't rake until there are at least ten leaves. 1.2454 0.03534 216 172 35 9
1373 Is this where I sign up for the authentic fall leaf experience pop up? 1.2454 0.03770 216 176 27 13
1374 I miss LA. 1.2453 0.03577 212 169 34 9
1375 If you run for Congress you could be raking in money instead of leaves. 1.2452 0.03622 208 166 33 9
1376 Plenty performance but little art. 1.2452 0.03425 208 163 39 6
1377 5. Would you hurry, please. I also have tickets for the 8 o’clock snow. 1.2452 0.03686 208 167 31 10
1378 That's not how the beautiful people do it. 1.2451 0.03923 204 167 24 13
1379 Do you think you could rake from east to west? That would be fantazz. 1.2451 0.03734 204 164 30 10
1380 You call this a fence? 1.2450 0.03717 200 160 31 9
1381 I see you went cheap on the fence. 1.2450 0.03509 200 157 37 6
1382 Not 'that' Banksy? You could have said so before we gave you the grant." 1.2450 0.03717 200 160 31 9
1383 Performance art is so overrated... 1.2449 0.03836 196 158 28 10
1384 Can't believe I paid \$75 to watch this! You have no technique. And that jacket is heinous. 1.2448 0.03599 192 151 35 6
1385 You’re under arrest for leafing the scene of a crime. 1.2447 0.03482 237 191 34 12
1386 I enjoy performance art. 1.2447 0.03378 237 189 38 10
1387 Man this is really boring! 1.2447 0.03482 237 191 34 12
1388 You Vermonters are starting to take yourselves way too seriously. 1.2447 0.03568 188 147 36 5
1389 Nothing gold can stay, but I'd like to keep the other colored leaves... 1.2445 0.03564 229 185 32 12
1390 So, I take it you're Art. 1.2445 0.03342 229 181 40 8
1391 V(ermont) R(eality) glasses. 1.2445 0.03509 229 184 34 11
1392 I swear my name is on the List! 1.2444 0.03661 225 183 29 13
1393 I wish I wasn’t blind so I could see what’s going on. 1.2443 0.03762 221 181 26 14
1394 Is a rake really the best option? I mean you have to get at least six feet deep. 1.2443 0.03762 221 181 26 14
1395 Witness protection or not, there are standards to follow in the suburbs. 1.2443 0.03418 221 175 38 8
1396 Your half hour is up, it’s my turn to get out of the house. 1.2443 0.03478 221 176 36 9
1397 Saturday at the Museum of Mundanities. 1.2442 0.03519 217 173 35 9
1398 You call this raking? My kid could do this. 1.2442 0.03639 217 175 31 11
1399 Ugh. Amateur. 1.2441 0.03624 213 171 32 10
1400 Sir, just put the rake down and leaf the premises. 1.2441 0.03803 213 174 26 13
1401 So am I the first in line for the new i-phone? 1.2439 0.03587 205 163 34 8
1402 I come from the South and I was told that this is a spectacular event. 1.2439 0.03718 205 165 30 10
1403 So next time you notice POTUS, don't point the leaf blower at him! 1.2439 0.03393 246 198 36 12
1404 Because Mother nature hates Republicans. 1.2439 0.04086 205 171 18 16
1405 I’ll say it again, “Good stanchions make good neighbors.” 1.2439 0.03381 205 160 40 5
1406 So touchy about your technique! I only meant it as friendly advice, Charlie, not as criticism. 1.2438 0.03564 201 159 35 7
1407 Let me contain this caravan before it gets to the border. 1.2438 0.03960 201 165 23 13
1408 Be thankful, if it hadn't been for a small clerical error, you'd be stretched out on the rack. 1.2437 0.03886 197 160 26 11
1409 I see a lack of Feng Shui in your placement of the leaves. 1.2436 0.03402 234 187 37 10
1410 Seasons in danger of extinction: autumn. 1.2436 0.03179 234 183 45 6
1411 You know, my eight-year-old could do that. 1.2434 0.03307 226 178 41 7
1412 Hey, Clem......a new rake and fancy velvet ropes.. We figure you're the MegaMillions winner.....right? 1.2432 0.03636 222 180 30 12
1413 So this is the Jimi Hand Rakes Experience. 1.2432 0.03404 222 176 38 8
1414 Harold, never rake the leaves angry. 1.2431 0.03565 218 175 33 10
1415 '"No! I said do a sweep of the crime scene..." 1.2431 0.03505 218 174 35 9
1416 Well there’s no football on Wednesdays. I need some way to fill the void. 1.2431 0.03624 218 176 31 11
1417 Honestly, I was expecting something closer to the book version. 1.2430 0.03609 214 172 32 10
1418 Raking leaves? What is it, Fall '98? 1.2429 0.03592 210 168 33 9
1419 Yeah, I just don't get the feeling of Realism. 1.2429 0.03654 210 169 31 10
1420 Can I get you a sandwich baggie for those? 1.2429 0.03716 210 170 29 11
1421 Don't worry, the crowds will improve once there are more leaves. 1.2429 0.03777 210 171 27 12
1422 This is management. 1.2428 0.03658 243 201 25 17
1423 You must be the fall guy. This won't hurt a bit. 1.2427 0.03637 206 165 32 9
1424 Excuse me, is this theater four? 1.2426 0.03478 202 159 37 6
1425 Next time I'll try to get you a left-handed rake. 1.2426 0.03684 202 162 31 9
1426 They’re not on the list and they’re not gettin’ in. 1.2426 0.03751 202 163 29 10
1427 I'm not paying for the wall. 1.2426 0.03495 235 190 33 12
1428 The atmosphere, the costuming, the props, all in all a great piece of performance art. 1.2424 0.03521 198 156 36 6
1429 Fall, in my opinion, is without doubt the best season for performance landscaping. 1.2424 0.03664 198 158 32 8
1430 It’s a bit rich calling yourself the Museum of Fallen Leaves. 1.2423 0.03353 227 180 39 8
1431 Mark, why are your hands so small? 1.2423 0.03523 227 183 33 11
1432 I prefer raking it in on Wall Street! 1.2422 0.03331 223 176 40 7
1433 What time does the snow begin? 1.2422 0.03565 223 180 32 11
1434 You're never going to rake over here dressed like that, pal. 1.2422 0.03677 223 182 28 13
1435 That's right, rake it! Rake it like you hate it! 1.2420 0.03491 219 175 35 9
1436 No one, and I mean no one, can ever know I stood here and watched you rake leaves all day. 1.2419 0.03219 248 197 42 9
1437 You missed a spot. You missed a spot. I'm shtupping your wife. You missed a spot. You missed a spot... 1.2419 0.03416 248 201 34 13
1438 Normally, guests don't do this. 1.2419 0.03168 248 196 44 8
1439 I think you missed one Comrade. 1.2419 0.03533 215 172 34 9
1440 Was the \$15/hour the tipping point for you to hire or do it yourself? 1.2417 0.03700 211 171 29 11
1441 Are you expecting a crowd for this evening's performance of "The Rakes Progress?" 1.2417 0.03879 211 174 23 14
1442 Your performance in Moonraker was more convincing. 1.2417 0.03576 211 169 33 9
1443 These new post-modern plays are so lifelike 1.2414 0.03734 203 164 29 10
1444 More to the left. 1.2414 0.03522 232 188 32 12
1445 I GUESS YOU CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THEY ALL FALL DOWN 1.2414 0.03601 203 162 33 8
1446 That's a really good representation of seasonal change. 1.2412 0.03282 228 180 41 7
1447 Most people just slip me a twenty. 1.2411 0.03551 224 181 32 11
1448 No entry until you turn over a new leaf. 1.2409 0.03477 220 176 35 9
1449 Not the exhibition I was expecting. 1.2409 0.03708 220 180 27 13
1450 I told you I was going to show you how rake it in 1.2407 0.03456 216 172 36 8
1451 You really had to call me back for just nine leaves! 1.2407 0.03330 216 170 40 6
1452 You'll still have to pay the cover. 1.2407 0.03639 216 175 30 11
1453 not my most successful but my longest running art installation 1.2406 0.03433 212 168 37 7
1454 So you think you can rake?"... {The moment Reality TV went too far. 1.2406 0.03561 212 170 33 9
1455 You missed one over there! 1.2404 0.03606 208 167 32 9
1456 After you've done that could you tidy up my eyebrows? 1.2404 0.03794 208 170 26 12
1457 He only comes out in the fall. 1.2403 0.03455 233 188 34 11
1458 They'll flutter in even if you rope them off. 1.2403 0.03347 233 186 38 9
1459 I got here to be first in line to watch some guy with a rake? 1.2403 0.03228 258 207 40 11
1460 Sir, our intel would suggest that you've missed a spot. 1.2400 0.03364 225 179 38 8
1461 And make certain to separate the oak from the pine. 1.2400 0.03480 225 181 34 10
1462 I got Elon Musk's new nitrogen powered leaf blower. 1.2400 0.03767 200 162 28 10
1463 Are you ready to let people see the yard yet? 1.2400 0.03343 200 156 40 4
1464 Now right handed 1.2398 0.03521 221 178 33 10
1465 The crowds sure have dwindled since the Jone's got a leaf blower. 1.2398 0.03521 221 178 33 10
1466 How many times must I ask you to leave? 1.2398 0.03819 196 159 27 10
1467 Welcome back folks,here again covering the World Championship of Lawn service. 1.2396 0.03564 217 175 32 10
1468 You missed one; cross rake on alternate strokes; change hands periodically... 1.2396 0.03623 217 176 30 11
1469 We need to consider the optics. The public expects some leaves, you know. 1.2396 0.03251 217 170 42 5
1470 A seat on the pile, please. 1.2396 0.03442 217 173 36 8
1471 I know several better ways to do that 1.2396 0.03316 217 171 40 6
1472 Who me,Sisyphus ?I'm finished at 5:00. 1.2396 0.03872 192 156 26 10
1473 I'm a friend of your wife. 1.2395 0.03351 238 191 37 10
1474 Thank you for taking my “How to Rake Your Lawn class”. I just don’t understand why it’s not a big seller. 1.2394 0.03287 213 167 41 5
1475 And here, we see a isolated baby boomer in its natural habitat #amerizengarden 1.2392 0.03590 209 168 32 9
1476 If this isn’t an art exhibit, why am I watching from behind a velvet rope? 1.2391 0.03137 230 180 45 5
1477 Have you tried the rope? Leaves respect the rope. 1.2390 0.03502 205 163 35 7
1478 Just saying… its a lot less work if you only remove the unattractive ones 1.2390 0.03502 205 163 35 7
1479 The museum of pre-apocalyptic life. 1.2390 0.03502 205 163 35 7
1480 Excuse me, but when does the headliner go on? 1.2389 0.03523 226 183 32 11
1481 The crowds will love 'retro' leaf removal! 1.2389 0.03368 247 200 35 12
1482 Excuse me, I've been waiting here for half an hour but the line doesn’t seem to move. 1.2388 0.03546 201 160 34 7
1483 I just don’t understand why you’re doing it if I can’t “like” it. 1.2388 0.03750 201 163 28 10
1484 You really are fooled, every fall, aren't you? 1.2388 0.03683 201 162 30 9
1485 The Museum of Seasons: The Fall Exhibit 1.2388 0.03615 201 161 32 8
1486 Now move six inches to the left. 1.2387 0.03389 222 177 37 8
1487 Good rope lines make even better neighbors. 1.2387 0.03449 222 178 35 9
1488 What did people do for noise in those days? 1.2386 0.03869 197 161 25 11
1489 I requested funding. Next year I'm building a wall. In the meantime, respect the rope. 1.2386 0.03518 197 156 35 6
1490 Sir, you’re not on the list. Step away from the rake. 1.2385 0.03428 218 174 36 8
1491 Last week you had your right hand on top. 1.2385 0.03667 218 178 28 12
1492 Our other fall guy wasn’t available. 1.2385 0.03428 218 174 36 8
1493 Do you have a green card? 1.2385 0.03549 218 176 32 10
1494 They said you do Reiki? 1.2385 0.03493 239 195 31 13
1495 I'm guessing this is just the dress rehearsal. What are you going to do to distract yourself AFTER the midterms? 1.2383 0.03783 193 156 28 9
1496 The boss would like to jump into your pile. 1.2383 0.03829 214 177 23 14
1497 I see you're raking it in again this year. 1.2383 0.03593 214 173 31 10
1498 They'll let anyone rake here. 1.2383 0.03429 235 190 34 11
1499 Now this... this is talent. 1.2381 0.03126 231 181 45 5
1500 Yes, but good fences don't make posh neighbors. 1.2381 0.03511 210 168 34 8
1501 Who exactly are you trying to keep out? 1.2381 0.03445 210 167 36 7
1502 Excuse me, is this the queue for "Hamilton"? 1.2381 0.03468 231 187 33 11
1503 and they say trickle down doesn't work 1.2379 0.03338 227 181 38 8
1504 Five more minutes... or upgrade to the premium ‘burbs experience and clean the gutters, too. 1.2379 0.03279 227 180 40 7
1505 I realize this is a concierge service but it seems awfully expensive for just nine leaves. 1.2379 0.03620 206 166 31 9
1506 I do, however, respect the 'good neighbor velvet rope'. 1.2377 0.03133 244 193 44 7
1507 Watch your attitude, Mister. It wasn’t easy to negotiate light labor at a minimal security facility. 1.2377 0.03493 223 180 33 10
1508 Observing "Homo Autumnus." 1.2377 0.03315 223 177 39 7
1509 I love this retrospective statement on 1960's Suburbia Disfunction Syndrome. 1.2374 0.03594 219 178 30 11
1510 Dude, it's all in the wrists. 1.2373 0.03309 236 189 38 9
1511 Competitive raking is catching on. 1.2372 0.03391 215 171 37 7
1512 Reality TV or not, America wants to know, "Who are you wearing?" 1.2372 0.03517 215 173 33 9
1513 I raked too...before I roped. 1.2372 0.03326 215 170 39 6
1514 Wow, you're feet are r e a l l y small. 1.2372 0.03260 253 204 38 11
1515 Critiquing "the rake's progress." 1.2370 0.03623 211 171 30 10
1516 Please form a straight line. 1.2370 0.03560 211 170 32 9
1517 You've missed 10. 1.2368 0.03325 228 182 38 8
1518 That’ll do for Thursday’s soft open, but you’ll need to step it up for Saturday’s big lawn sale. 1.2368 0.03592 190 151 33 6
1519 Is this the performance art? 1.2367 0.03472 207 165 35 7
1520 Remain behind the rope for your safety 1.2367 0.03669 207 168 29 10
1521 I’m a highly trained assassin, Craig. You really think you can stop me? I’ve killed like hundreds of people. Just as soon as I figure out how to get past this rope, your ass is grass. 1.2367 0.03472 207 165 35 7
1522 If you want to keep the leaves on your neighbor's side, you have to build a bigger wall. 1.2367 0.03472 207 165 35 7
1523 Ever heard of The Rake's Progress? 1.2367 0.03334 207 163 39 5
1524 If I make it look like interactive art, the millennials will come . 1.2366 0.03241 224 177 41 6
1525 I can do this all day, Bill. 1.2364 0.03339 220 175 38 7
1526 At this point, it’s anyone’s game. 1.2364 0.03579 220 179 30 11
1527 It's amazing that you can get the leaves to stay on one side of the velvet rope. 1.2362 0.03629 199 160 31 8
1528 Yes, they pay me to annoy people! 1.2362 0.03699 199 161 29 9
1529 We considered raking but it's just not creative enough for us. 1.2362 0.03559 199 159 33 7
1530 Ziegfeld Fallees 1.2362 0.03629 199 160 31 8
1531 Charmingly retrograde, but those shoes have to go. 1.2361 0.03502 216 174 33 9
1532 No, in LA this is NOT what they mean by "raking it in". 1.2361 0.03440 216 173 35 8
1533 Where does the air blow out? 1.2361 0.03740 216 178 25 13
1534 I'm sorry, but this is what happens when you get a restraining order from a movie star. 1.2361 0.03332 233 187 37 9
1535 What do you say you let the leaves lie there and just walk away. 1.2358 0.03607 212 172 30 10
1536 It's a metaphor for roping off your emotions, not my reluctance to do chores. 1.2358 0.03481 212 170 34 8
1537 Live performance just isn't what it used to be. 1.2358 0.03253 229 182 40 7
1538 No really, you and Ruthie are always welcome at our dinners. What makes you think they're so exclusive? 1.2356 0.03727 191 154 29 8
1539 I don't think that qualifies as performance art. 1.2356 0.03524 208 167 33 8
1540 You forgot the one near your left foot. 1.2353 0.03700 204 166 28 10
1541 When will you be done with my eyebrow comb? 1.2353 0.03891 204 169 22 13
1542 Don’t mind me, Mr. Stravinsky, I was just checking on the rake’s progress. 1.2353 0.03447 221 178 34 9
1543 So! You seek to capture the elusive red oak, the wiliest of all the leaves. 1.2353 0.03678 221 182 26 13
1544 Now that's what I call a site-specific installation 1.2350 0.03319 234 188 37 9
1545 The paparazzi told me they’re running late. 1.2350 0.03667 217 178 27 12
1546 Somehow, he hasn't noticed he is part of a social experiment where no matter how much raking he does, the leafs keep coming. 1.2348 0.03575 230 189 28 13
1547 You are a craftsman. You're father was an artist. 1.2347 0.03653 213 174 28 11
1548 Is this a Fall Gala? 1.2347 0.03439 196 155 36 5
1549 Please hurry, the tour bus just pulled up. 1.2345 0.03091 226 177 45 4
1550 I heard this exhibit really rakes it in. 1.2345 0.03451 226 183 33 10
1551 I see you took the fall for this job. 1.2345 0.03451 226 183 33 10
1552 Now I get why 1950s Williamsburg isn't popular. 1.2344 0.03508 209 168 33 8
1553 Your raking lacks the implied pomp of the circumstance and yet there is a certain earnest skill for the task. 1.2344 0.03573 209 169 31 9
1554 I must say that as your neighbor, I'm experiencing a deep sense of existential alienation. 1.2344 0.03402 192 151 37 4
1555 Great news. You're on the VIP list for fertilizing too. 1.2342 0.03373 222 178 36 8
1556 Dad, must I remind you, as a representative of The Neighbourhood Watch, I'm only required to 'watch' you rake. 1.2342 0.03373 222 178 36 8
1557 I see this wasn’t one of the more popular leaf peeper tours. 1.2342 0.03433 222 179 34 9
1558 Whatever made you think you could rake it in doing performance art? 1.2342 0.03433 222 179 34 9
1559 This art is so lifelike 1.2341 0.03684 205 167 28 10
1560 Saint Peter won’t care how many bags you’ve raked. 1.2340 0.03415 235 191 33 11
1561 If you were me you’d be done by now. 1.2339 0.03821 218 182 21 15
1562 If you had a leaf blower you wouldn't have to listen to this review. 1.2338 0.03665 201 163 29 9
1563 The Lorax is dead, I speak for the trees now. 1.2336 0.03452 214 172 34 8
1564 I told you you would really rake it in this fall season. 1.2336 0.03577 214 174 30 10
1565 Why don't you leave those. It will look more natural. 1.2336 0.03698 214 176 26 12
1566 I can't believe you didn't get leafless trees, man. They're really not that much more expensive. 1.2335 0.03572 197 158 32 7
1567 I hear this place is really overblown. 1.2335 0.03714 197 160 28 9
1568 The Fall Premiere” 1.2335 0.03714 197 160 28 9
1569 Let them drink pumpkin-spice lattes - that’s what I always say. 1.2335 0.03494 227 185 31 11
1570 Wanna' borrow my leaf blower? 1.2335 0.03549 227 186 29 12
1571 We are in a cartoon and you're still working. 1.2335 0.03494 227 185 31 11
1572 I got the trees; you get the leaves. 1.2335 0.03263 227 181 39 7
1573 Did I say “ Simon says”? 1.2335 0.03263 227 181 39 7
1574 Was it your homeowners' policy or OSHA that required you to put this up? 1.2333 0.03558 210 170 31 9
1575 This is just the previews. I want to be first in line for the real show. 1.2333 0.03745 210 173 25 12
1576 Worst movie I've ever seen. 1.2333 0.03365 240 195 34 11
1577 So do you hate celebrity yet? 1.2333 0.03787 180 145 28 7
1578 If you also clean the gutters I'll let you cut the line. 1.2333 0.03428 210 168 35 7
1579 You rake just like your mother. And now look where she is; with someone less critical and I have all this free time on my hands. 1.2332 0.03648 223 184 26 13
1580 I heard your one-man show isn't really raking it in. 1.2329 0.03578 219 179 29 11
1581 Nobody's coming to watch this. I'm standing here because I'm your next door neighbor. 1.2328 0.03494 232 190 30 12
1582 I find this work menacing and playful with the disjunctive perturbation of a neoliberal motif and the notion that I will never lift a finger in my own home. 1.2328 0.03547 232 191 28 13
1583 At least at Williamsburg they wear costumes. 1.2327 0.03441 202 161 35 6
1584 Prepping 1 O'clock leaf pile jump for P.O.T.U.S now....over 1.2327 0.03649 202 164 29 9
1585 Call me crazy, but I don't think putting up a velvet rope will keep the leaves from falling into your yard. 1.2326 0.03500 215 174 32 9
1586 You can’t put them back you know” 1.2326 0.03374 215 172 36 7
1587 This production lacks dialogue. Perhaps you could whistle. 1.2326 0.03500 215 174 32 9
1588 What we have here, ladies and gentlemen, is a rather quaint representation of rural Americana that only begins to scratch the surface” 1.2326 0.03500 215 174 32 9
1589 The dachshund turds and the acorns are really hard to tell apart now that the temperature has finally dropped. 1.2325 0.03480 228 186 31 11
1590 So much more prolific than your “Lawn Shavings” exhibit!! 1.2323 0.03408 198 157 36 5
1591 Good luck on a clean sweep, senator. 1.2323 0.03697 198 161 28 9
1592 I can't believe he fell for "fall curling" 1.2322 0.03606 211 172 29 10
1593 Your advertised demonstration of "raking it in" with rural housing leaves much to be desired. 1.2321 0.03286 224 179 38 7
1594 Just retired and trying to stay busy, huh? 1.2321 0.03464 224 182 32 10
1595 If you want to save time, Rollo, just walk around and pick 'em up. 1.2321 0.03405 224 181 34 9
1596 Your wife is selling tickets to the Rake's Progress 1.2321 0.03346 224 180 36 8
1597 You're doing that all wrong … but you knew that. 1.2321 0.03224 224 178 40 6
1598 Would you like to star in our new film,"The Average American"? 1.2319 0.03521 207 167 32 8
1599 Look at me when you rake! 1.2319 0.03385 207 165 36 6
1600 I'm sorry you're upset, but I clearly said rakey, rakey, not Reiki, Reiki. 1.2319 0.03652 207 169 28 10
1601 It beats sitting in a wheelchair in front of a judge, doesn't it, Paul? 1.2318 0.03621 220 181 27 12
1602 Eventually you’ll have to let winter in 1.2318 0.03322 220 176 37 7
1603 Regrettably, the budget your wife specifcied does not allow for both a gardener and a landscape curator.” 1.2318 0.03322 220 176 37 7
1604 It doesnt natter how hard you try to get rid of them. When you think you have it under control, more apoear at the border fence. 1.2318 0.03563 220 180 29 11
1605 Which one of us is considered officially "behind the ropes?" 1.2318 0.03317 233 188 36 9
1606 Now you see the gardner in his matural habitat... 1.2315 0.03496 203 163 33 7
1607 What do you do for an encore? 1.2315 0.03496 203 163 33 7
1608 How retro chic! 1.2314 0.03354 229 185 35 9
1609 But how do you know WHEN to do it? 1.2314 0.03411 229 186 33 10
1610 You are clearly not taking the standards set by the home owners' association seriously enough 1.2311 0.03332 212 169 37 6
1611 Is your rake Versace? 1.2311 0.03563 225 185 28 12
1612 Doing a little reikey? 1.2311 0.03392 225 182 34 9
1613 I don't think a one-leaf-in, one-leaf-out policy was necessary. 1.2311 0.03273 225 180 38 7
1614 I want a red carpet of leaves. You must remove the yellows and browns. 1.2311 0.03376 238 194 33 11
1615 New England Suburbanite in the Autumn” - Living Exhibi 1.2308 0.03309 221 177 37 7
1616 Is there a discount for the early show? 1.2308 0.03305 234 189 36 9
1617 Dude, you need to wait for all the leave to fall. 1.2308 0.03549 221 181 29 11
1618 Smile Phil, you're a performance artist now. 1.2308 0.03370 221 178 35 8
1619 A velvet rope and a snarky attendant will outperform a wall any day. 1.2304 0.03284 230 185 37 8
1620 I understand these property lines are confusing, but VIP is VIP. 1.2304 0.03453 230 188 31 11
1621 Leave a few for the paparazzi. 1.2304 0.03453 230 188 31 11
1622 And so, my friend, be of humble spirit, for as the Bible says in Proverb 16:18, pride goeth before the fall. 1.2304 0.03592 217 178 28 11
1623 And we should have a gift shop. 1.2304 0.03282 217 173 38 6
1624 Good afternoon Mr. Anderson. 1.2304 0.03549 204 165 31 8
1625 I thought I told you to leaf. 1.2304 0.03617 204 166 29 9
1626 Funny what they call art these days. 1.2304 0.03411 204 163 35 6
1627 Still on your quest to be "The Rake of Greenwich," I see. 1.2300 0.03513 213 173 31 9
1628 Is that a curated collection? 1.2298 0.03506 235 194 28 13
1629 The season premiere fell a bit short of my expectations. 1.2297 0.03534 222 182 29 11
1630 Yes, as a paying spectator I do believe it does give me the right to complain about the entertainment. 1.2297 0.03417 222 180 33 9
1631 And after this, you’re gonna cut back Big Sal’s hydrangeas and then replant Tommy the Chin’s Japanese holly ... etcera, etcetera, until it’s all paid off. 1.2297 0.03476 222 181 31 10
1632 You know the leaves do not recognize crowd controls. 1.2297 0.03169 222 176 41 5
1633 If God didn't want them there, he wouldn't have put them there in the first place. 1.2297 0.03233 222 177 39 6
1635 This is not a proper fence and you are not a good neighbor. 1.2297 0.03556 209 170 30 9
1636 Not exactly raking in the big bucks 1.2294 0.03268 218 174 38 6
1637 Master Timmy likes his pile to be exactly 2 ft high. No more, no less. 1.2294 0.03518 218 178 30 10
1638 You're method is wrong! More wrist and less elbow! You're not standing right. Tilt your implement further to the right! More distance between you and the leaves! Dominant your lawn, dammit!" 1.2293 0.03465 205 165 33 7
1639 You know, sometimes they just blow over. 1.2293 0.03667 205 168 27 10
1640 Looks like we've both been raking it in. 1.2293 0.03795 205 170 23 12
1641 When do you expect the red maples to arrive? 1.2292 0.03538 192 154 32 6
1642 Herb, most people pull with a rake not push. 1.2291 0.03422 227 185 32 10
1643 Nope -- can't think of a caption for this one. 1.2291 0.03589 227 188 26 13
1644 This year's Autumn Leaf Tour has really fallen off the pace. 1.2290 0.03741 214 178 23 13
1645 Wow Jeff, the contrast between the grass and the leaves really brings out this lawn's emotion 1.2290 0.03498 214 174 31 9
1646 'You got an ID?' 1.2288 0.03388 236 193 32 11
1647 You can't seriously be thinking of charging admission! 1.2287 0.03343 223 180 35 8
1648 Yes, the club is named Flannel & Denim, but you are not Flannel & Denim material, Ted. 1.2284 0.03371 232 189 33 10
1649 Art is dead 1.2284 0.03371 232 189 33 10
1650 Is that a #FAKE#RAKE? 1.2284 0.03695 197 161 27 9
1651 If one of YOUR leaves gets on my lawn, I’ll be using a 44 and a shovel. 1.2284 0.03695 197 161 27 9
1652 Rake's progress? 1.2283 0.03503 219 179 30 10
1653 Jackson, I'll never understand why you can't wait for the leaves to pile up. You always panic to soon! 1.2283 0.03443 219 178 32 9
1654 Only VIP members may jump in the leave piles 1.2283 0.03319 219 176 36 7
1655 Season tickets for Community Service still available 1.2283 0.03562 219 180 28 11
1656 I’m the only guy in line, Barney. Leaf some for me! 1.2283 0.03503 219 179 30 10
1657 Longer strokes would be more efficient. 1.2282 0.03585 206 168 29 9
1658 Hey, Tom. May I take a turn? 1.2282 0.03310 206 164 37 5
1659 This shall be my greatest work - Pile of Leaves #37 1.2281 0.03409 228 186 32 10
1660 Assuming they are my leaves, what makes you think I’ll pay for a new fence? 1.2279 0.03291 215 172 37 6
1661 The Johnsons provided popcorn. 1.2279 0.03421 215 174 33 8
1662 Leave those leaves and just leave, please? 1.2279 0.03725 215 179 23 13
1663 Say, am I the only one having paid for this? 1.2277 0.03631 202 165 28 9
1664 Excuse me, are you 'American Gothic'? 1.2277 0.03269 224 180 37 7
1665 Last year's fall season was a little more... elegant 1.2275 0.03526 211 172 30 9
1666 Your mother's contract rider was very specific. 1.2275 0.03358 233 190 33 10
1667 We need to be planning the next “regular guy” photo/op for your campaign. 1.2275 0.03571 233 194 25 14
1668 The initial struggle of man against nature gives way to a moody meditation on middle age but could I get some hot apple cider? 1.2273 0.03463 198 159 33 6
1669 Rake any of those past this fence and you're toast. 1.2273 0.03536 198 160 31 7
1670 Thanks, Jose! You're not one of those criminals, are you? 1.2273 0.03489 220 180 30 10
1671 I prefer to let my leaves decompose. 1.2273 0.03429 220 179 32 9
1672 Are you wearing Eddie Bauer? That's SO 2017. 1.2271 0.03503 207 168 31 8
1673 When asked, remember that raking leaves is suburban performance art. 1.2271 0.03435 207 167 33 7
1674 I have to build the wall too many are getting in. 1.2269 0.03516 238 198 26 14
1675 I supposed this is the fence that will make me a good neighbor... 1.2269 0.03469 216 176 31 9
1676 That's good. Leaf the rest to me. 1.2269 0.03591 216 178 27 11
1677 It's time for you to turn over a new leaf! 1.2269 0.03530 216 177 29 10
1678 Stan, I'm loving this new spot for VIP Nosey Neighbours" 1.2268 0.03581 194 157 30 7
1679 Mr. President, it's time to get back to the golf course. 1.2267 0.03695 172 138 29 5
1680 Mr. Smith, I'm happy to inform you that you are the subject of our new off-site museum installation entitled, Mediocrity. The guests will be arriving shortly. 1.2267 0.03376 225 183 33 9
1681 I meant ‘watching the leaves turn’ in the poetic sense. 1.2267 0.03548 225 186 27 12
1682 If you're not going to take those last 9 leaves seriously, there are a hundred more club goers waiting in line,who would love to rake." 1.2267 0.03491 225 185 29 11
1683 Couldn't help but notice the golden ones are mine 1.2266 0.03406 203 163 34 6
1684 We've got a pile of evidence on you. 1.2264 0.03697 212 176 24 12
1685 I'll make sure no one leaves. 1.2263 0.03628 190 154 29 7
1686 Mind if I provide a soundtrack with my a cappella version of "The Autumn Leaves"? 1.2262 0.03354 221 179 34 8
1687 A real man would make his wife do it. 1.2262 0.03759 221 186 20 15
1688 Proud to see you're finally turning over a new leaf. 1.2262 0.03415 221 180 32 9
1689 Let me guess...a blower on you Christmas list. 1.2262 0.02978 252 201 45 6
1690 You're making progress. 1.2261 0.03209 230 185 38 7
1691 Man Raking", performance art 1.2261 0.03209 230 185 38 7
1692 Uhm...why is Richard Belzer watching me do yard work? 1.2261 0.03546 230 191 26 13
1693 I want to see the Fall premier. 1.2260 0.03282 208 166 37 5
1694 Fall is a bitch. 1.2260 0.03554 208 170 29 9
1695 If you expected a crowd, perhaps waiting for more leaves and using a blower could spice it up. 1.2260 0.03554 208 170 29 9
1696 Two stars! The leaf blower experience at Number 16 was certainly more au courant. 1.2259 0.03132 239 192 40 7
1697 None of them are big enough for that nude statue in the park. 1.2258 0.03516 217 178 29 10
1698 Quiet on the green 1.2258 0.03198 217 173 39 5
1699 If you pick up nine more leaves I can upgrade you to V.I.P. status. 1.2257 0.03643 226 189 23 14
1700 If you raked in a circular fashion it would be far more ashetically pleasing. 1.2257 0.03303 226 183 35 8
1701 I better not see one of those cross the line. 1.2256 0.03206 266 219 34 13
1702 Don't worry. I just heard that the crowd will soon to here to see The Rake's Progress. 1.2255 0.03439 235 194 29 12
1703 Is this your usual crowd size for the Podunk Leaf Raking Festival? 1.2255 0.03164 235 189 39 7
1704 That hat is so last Fall. 1.2254 0.03232 213 170 38 5
1705 You can never go wrong with a Thornton Wilder production. 1.2251 0.03369 231 189 32 10
1706 And you say that's called a rake? 1.2250 0.03713 200 165 25 10
1707 If you let me out of here, I promise I won't jump in your pile of leaves. 1.2249 0.03338 209 168 35 6
1708 This internship is unpaid but its great for the outdoor exposure. 1.2249 0.03473 209 170 31 8
1709 Leaf imitating art, imitating leaf 1.2249 0.03538 209 171 29 9
1710 I guess you anticipated more of a crowd to experience your autumn misery. First, your Mabel leaves, then the maple leaves. 1.2249 0.03603 209 172 27 10
1711 I'm paying you by the leaf -- 1.2249 0.03406 209 169 33 7
1712 I've heard of snooty neighborhoods, but this is ridiculous. 1.2248 0.03378 218 177 33 8
1713 You're well on the way to becoming a reality TV lawn star. 1.2248 0.03251 218 175 37 6
1714 Ooh, how very avant-yard, Mr. Mermelstein. 1.2248 0.03501 218 179 29 10
1715 Rakish Performance my foot. 1.2248 0.03315 218 176 35 7
1716 I think I'm wearing sunglasses but this drawing is so godawful I can't tell. 1.2247 0.04024 178 148 20 10
1717 It's nice that you're tidying up but I doubt that the velvet rope crowd is going to show up any time soon. 1.2244 0.03377 205 165 34 6
1718 For some odd reason over here in Sanctuary City, we don’t have any leaves on the ground. 1.2244 0.03305 205 164 36 5
1719 I can hear you are doing it wrong. 1.2243 0.03783 214 180 20 14
1720 So, tell me about your technique. 1.2243 0.03353 214 173 34 7
1721 Banksy’s really lost his touch.” 1.2242 0.03327 223 181 34 8
1722 I'll leaf you be. 1.2242 0.03265 223 180 36 7
1723 If your gonna take the Fall, I 'll leave. 1.2242 0.03504 223 184 28 11
1724 Chore-cum-performance art. I witness genius. 1.2239 0.03559 201 164 29 8
1725 How much longer until the next activity? 1.2239 0.03343 201 161 35 5
1726 This is still more compelling than 'A Star is Born'. 1.2239 0.03628 201 165 27 9
1728 As soon as you're done we can lay down the red carpet. 1.2238 0.03324 210 169 35 6
1729 As spectator sports go, I find this somewhat lacking. 1.2238 0.03458 210 171 31 8
1730 The 'poem as lovely as a tree' doesn't mention fallen leaves. 1.2238 0.03458 210 171 31 8
1731 News flash: There’s not enough leaves for a pile. 1.2238 0.03391 210 170 33 7
1732 Where can I get a hat like that? 1.2236 0.03413 237 196 29 12
1733 Hurry. The Milennials require trigger warnings if there are any leaves on the ground. 1.2233 0.03633 206 170 26 10
1734 One day this will be like curling. 1.2233 0.03273 215 173 36 6
1735 For sheer entertainment value, nothing beats Hank vs. Mother Nature. 1.2233 0.03206 215 172 38 5
1736 I told you, follow me and you'd really be raking it in. 1.2233 0.03590 215 178 26 11
1737 You're supposed to wait until the other 99.9% of the leaves fall. 1.2233 0.03339 215 174 34 7
1738 Do you know why trees can't be trusted, Tim? They're always leave-ing. 1.2232 0.03313 224 182 34 8
1739 Endangered species: A neighbor who actually rakes their leaves. 1.2232 0.03113 233 187 40 6
1740 Wakey wakey rakey rakey. 1.2231 0.03131 251 204 38 9
1741 I guess they didn’’t know the area was roped off? 1.2228 0.03725 193 159 25 9
1742 A white picket fence would be more effective. 1.2228 0.03543 202 165 29 8
1743 A VIP ticket to the Museum of Seasons was totally worth it. 1.2228 0.03253 202 161 37 4
1744 I can’t imagine how difficult life must’ve been in 2017. 1.2227 0.03412 220 180 31 9
1745 This won't make your grass greener then mine, you know. 1.2227 0.03224 220 177 37 6
1746 It's not a Jeff Koons till I say it's a Jeff Koons. 1.2227 0.03288 220 178 35 7
1747 A dazzling display of deciduous dexterity. 1.2227 0.03351 220 179 33 8
1748 Any wiggle room on the L.L.Bean requirement? 1.2227 0.03159 220 176 39 5
1749 Thanks to global warming, all of my leaves just combust before they hit the ground. 1.2227 0.03546 229 191 25 13
1750 I vos sent to find ze fall guy! 1.2227 0.03264 229 186 35 8
1751 But only man can make a rake. 1.2227 0.03128 238 192 39 7
1752 Madam says postpone sweep, commence Operation Back Rub. 1.2227 0.03264 247 203 33 11
1753 The President thanks you for doing your own lawn maintenance in these trying times. 1.2227 0.03056 247 199 41 7
1754 Your lawn isn't THAT good. 1.2222 0.03160 234 189 38 7
1755 Good cordon ropes don't make good neighbors. 1.2222 0.03290 198 158 36 4
1756 The fall collection is raking in praise. 1.2222 0.03290 198 158 36 4
1757 You'll kindly return my leaves when you're done! 1.2222 0.03551 207 170 28 9
1758 The Mafia thanks you for your yard care service. 1.2222 0.03551 207 170 28 9
1759 Those are my leaves, but I don't want them back. 1.2222 0.03178 225 181 38 6
1760 Rake, rake, rake the leaves, stealing all your glee! Merrily, merrily, merrily, I would’ve cut down that tree. 1.2222 0.03042 234 187 42 5
1761 Once your yard is as pristine as mine, I will consider the possibility of your entering. 1.2222 0.03042 234 187 42 5
1762 s Some of those were mine.I want them back. 1.2222 0.03728 198 164 24 10
1763 Da Boss coulda said break his knees, not rake his leaves... He's behind 50 G's an keeps betting on da Browns. We need to upgrade our cellphones! 1.2222 0.03617 207 171 26 10
1764 But you said you had the largest crowd of leaves in American history! Is this another of your alternative facts? 1.2217 0.03310 230 188 33 9
1765 One million leaves still to come 1.2217 0.03072 230 184 41 5
1766 The Leaf Liberation Movement is keeping its eyes on you, Fred! 1.2217 0.03337 221 180 33 8
1767 The leaves of brown came tumbling down. Remember? In September. In the rain. 1.2217 0.03337 221 180 33 8
1768 Have you given any thought to creating a franchise? 1.2217 0.03227 212 170 37 5
1769 Umm, yes, when you're finished here it appears that the lion has escaped again. 1.2217 0.03493 212 174 29 9
1770 A new app identifies the location of every leaf to save time raking. 1.2217 0.03363 212 172 33 7
1771 Princeton could still use a guy like you Joel. 1.2217 0.03527 203 166 29 8
1772 Can hardly wait until intermission when you serve the hot cider. 1.2217 0.03386 203 164 33 6
1773 An adequate job on the leaves. She says a table may open up soon, but the Elmer Fudd hat has to go. 1.2213 0.03129 244 198 38 8
1774 Minimalist performance art? 1.2212 0.03165 226 182 38 6
1775 I call this one, "The Fall of Uncle Harold". 1.2212 0.03227 226 183 36 7
1776 Last week's leaf blower was way more entertaining. 1.2212 0.03165 226 182 38 6
1777 Let's pick it up, Samwell. Winter is Coming. 1.2212 0.03246 217 175 36 6
1778 Good footwork, but your raking leaves me cold. 1.2212 0.03375 217 177 32 8
1779 I see two at one o'clock,three at four o'clock ,another at five at seven o'clock and at least a dozen at twelve o'clock high. 1.2212 0.03437 217 178 30 9
1780 Yer gonna be doing that again next year yah know. 1.2212 0.03311 217 176 34 7
1781 I wouldn’t do that if I were you. 1.2212 0.03601 208 172 26 10
1782 I knew you'd be perfect for Lawn Day's Journey into Night. 1.2207 0.03323 222 181 33 8
1783 I'm raking as dramatically as I can. Why do I always get the Scorsese house? 1.2207 0.03444 222 183 29 10
1784 Good stanchions make good neighbours, Tommy. 1.2207 0.03384 222 182 31 9
1785 Reread your HOA bylaws, Mr. Duckett; the cordon of your exclusive VIP area is 3 inches too low. 1.2206 0.03442 204 166 31 7
1786 Ah, so that’s where ‘raking it in’ comes from.... 1.2205 0.03690 195 161 25 9
1787 Hey, I've been waiting over 20 minutes. When does the main feature begin? 1.2203 0.03019 236 189 42 5
1788 Where’s your global warming now, Carl? 1.2203 0.03358 236 195 30 11
1789 My back itches, can I barrow that? 1.2203 0.03391 227 187 30 10
1790 From now on keep your leaves on your lawn. 1.2202 0.03297 218 177 34 7
1791 Ah, yes. A Portrait of the Raker as a Moderately Middle-Aged Man. 1.2201 0.03319 209 169 34 6
1792 Early virtual reality 1.2199 0.03352 191 153 34 4
1793 Humans still raking leaves in 2018? Unbe-leaf-able. 1.2197 0.03602 223 187 23 13
1794 I paid you good money to jump in a leaf pile so I could relive a simple pleasure from my childhood. What's taking you so long? 1.2196 0.03400 214 175 31 8
1795 You thought this was a garden party? This is a gardener party. 1.2195 0.03696 205 171 23 11
1796 We’re auditioning for roles in ‘The Rake’s Progress!’ Interested?” 1.2195 0.03496 205 168 29 8
1797 I believe the tree left my name. 1.2194 0.03345 237 196 30 11
1798 If any neighbors walk by act like a celebrity. 1.2194 0.03376 196 158 33 5
1799 You might have a bigger audience if your wore some designer clothes. 1.2193 0.03261 228 186 34 8
1800 We have very different ideas about a night out on the town. 1.2193 0.03715 187 154 25 8
1801 This is what happens when you get Oscars tickets off eBay. 1.2192 0.02948 219 173 44 2
1802 I told ‘em you were rakish. Don’t blame me for their ignorance. 1.2192 0.03219 219 177 36 6
1803 Is this where the line forms? 1.2192 0.03284 219 178 34 7
1804 OCD ? 1.2189 0.03327 233 192 31 10
1805 Clean, tight ass, oak enthusiast. And married - just my luck. 1.2189 0.03156 233 189 37 7
1806 I guess "good fences makes good neighbors" looks different depending on the zip code. 1.2189 0.03382 233 193 29 11
1807 Look at that technique. 1.2188 0.03296 224 183 33 8
1808 In these virtual reality glasses, you're raking in the dough 1.2188 0.03496 192 156 30 6
1809 Who needs a rake for nine leaves?!? 1.2186 0.03573 215 179 25 11
1810 Praise costs extra. 1.2186 0.03187 215 173 37 5
1811 That hat; that calloused grip; and the raking method being used to round up those illegally blown in Oak tree leaves is the perfect embodiment of Trumpian Existentialism. 1.2186 0.03385 215 176 31 8
1812 Ahhh. So this is what a gardener looked like before robots. 1.2186 0.02975 215 170 43 2
1813 The Seasons of a Man’s Life really must be viewed as a lived experience. 1.2186 0.03385 215 176 31 8
1814 Excellent Technique. 1.2183 0.03189 229 186 36 7
1815 Are you not familiar with the Endangered Spotted Lawn Moth Act? 1.2182 0.03270 220 179 34 7
1816 Because THOSE leaves aren't on the list. 1.2182 0.03455 220 182 28 10
1817 Blessed are those who removeth the droppings of the trees for they shall be called leave takers. 1.2182 0.03333 220 180 32 8
1818 What do you think of your global warming now? 1.2181 0.03285 243 201 31 11
1819 I never promised you a rosegarden 1.2180 0.03490 211 174 28 9
1820 Less elbow, more core for a better workout. 1.2179 0.03369 234 194 29 11
1821 If any of those blow over to my side, there's just no telling what I might do... 1.2179 0.03652 179 146 27 6
1822 Performance art has really become so bourgeois; \$3 for ‘Man with Rake?’ 1.2178 0.03524 202 166 28 8
1823 Cue the sprinklers! 1.2178 0.03160 225 182 37 6
1824 maybe you should wait 'til fall 1.2178 0.03343 225 185 31 9
1825 Historical reenactments of humans performing physical labor really are must see theatrical performances in the year 2055. 1.2176 0.03371 216 177 31 8
1826 The garden club has very strict standards. We don't want a repeat of last year. Are we in agreement, Mr. Hall? 1.2176 0.03434 216 178 29 9
1827 My wife gave me the useless task of watching you do your wife's useless task. 1.2176 0.03307 216 176 33 7
1828 You might care to notice that I am not a fall guy. 1.2176 0.03320 239 198 30 11
1829 Prêt-à-gardener 1.2174 0.03184 207 166 37 4
1830 Is there popcorn? 1.2174 0.03397 207 169 31 7
1831 Look closely Mister Corbin, my property contains zero leaves! I write such beautiful poetry when my view is free of nature's litter. I have marked each of your leaves with a Sharpie, and if any transverse our boundary I will request their removal. 1.2174 0.03466 207 170 29 8
1832 Slower... Do it slower. 1.2174 0.03293 230 189 32 9
1833 The fall line is now open 1.2174 0.03397 207 169 31 7
1834 I don't really think this deserves to be included in the Fall Foliage Tour. 1.2172 0.03257 221 180 34 7
1835 At least let me whitewash your fence. 1.2172 0.03319 221 181 32 8
1836 Such a unique depiction of a working class man. An excellent, thought-provoking piece of social realism. I should take a leaf out of the artist's book for my next project. 1.2172 0.03257 221 180 34 7
1837 Carl, when we decided to split the lawn, you specifically agreed NOT to rake the leaves on my half. 1.2172 0.03319 221 181 32 8
1838 The leaf blower you loaned me last year broke.... Can I borrow that rake? 1.2172 0.03976 198 169 15 14
1839 I'm in line for the bare raked ladies. 1.2170 0.03539 212 176 26 10
1840 Ed, keep your elbow down. Attendance is down this fall. 1.2170 0.03475 212 175 28 9
1841 So that's how you hold a rake... 1.2168 0.03330 226 186 31 9
1842 It's a fascinating exhibit - "Man Avoiding Midterms"! 1.2168 0.03446 226 188 27 11
1843 Sir, we haven't gotten a single vistor yet. 1.2167 0.03438 203 166 30 7
1844 I’m glad to say that it’s greener on this side of the fence. 1.2167 0.03438 203 166 30 7
1845 Get hustling, Jake, Intermisssion is in five minutes. 1.2167 0.02915 240 192 44 4
1846 If you love raking, it's an art. If not, it's a real drag. 1.2166 0.03357 217 178 31 8
1847 You think you're a freakin' rock star, don't ya Mikey? 1.2166 0.03482 217 180 27 10
1848 Yes, extreme micro managers are a pain in the ass, but I can't help myself! 1.2165 0.03463 194 158 30 6
1849 I do love Fall, watching you rake my leaves on your side. 1.2165 0.03614 194 160 26 8
1850 Wilson, when did you replace the fence? 1.2165 0.03463 194 158 30 6
1851 Too bad you couldn't rake in the votes as well as those leaves, eh? 1.2165 0.03281 231 190 32 9
1852 Maybe your leaves know what your velvet ropes mean, but mine don't. 1.2163 0.03313 208 169 33 6
1853 When will it be my turn Tom? 1.2163 0.03451 208 171 29 8
1854 I am trying to make a 'rural elite' thing happen. 1.2163 0.03517 208 172 27 9
1855 Mid-twentieth century, Midwest, raking leaves, Eisenhower fiddles, the military industrial complex burns, and this was guy probably thinking: “Father Knows Best” 1.2163 0.03451 208 171 29 8
1856 Yes George. This was the most moving scene and the Academy should have recognized it. 1.2163 0.03242 208 168 35 5
1857 Just leave them be. 1.2162 0.03180 222 180 36 6
1858 Yes, sir, I do see how you're really raking it in. 1.2161 0.03289 236 195 31 10
1859 Fall Museum docent 1.2160 0.03330 213 174 32 7
1860 You know, I wouldn’t have to do this if you just stopped wearing that MAGA hat. 1.2160 0.03524 213 177 26 10
1861 Forget the velvet ropes; ABC Sports still won't buy competitive leaf-raking. Maybe if you wore a tie--or Adidas. 1.2160 0.03460 213 176 28 9
1862 This so exciting, Iam surprised you don't require a ticket! 1.2159 0.03072 227 183 39 5
1863 And when your finished that, you can vacuum the red carpet in the front. 1.2157 0.03628 204 170 24 10
1864 Keep up the hard work and you’ll go all the way to nationals. 1.2157 0.03351 204 166 32 6
1865 I'd rather just not let the leaves in. 1.2157 0.03492 204 168 28 8
1866 Are you combing the grass, raking leaves, or doing some kind of performance art? 1.2155 0.02840 232 184 46 2
1867 You’ll have to finish later. We need the room.” 1.2155 0.03210 232 190 34 8
1868 According to the previews, you're quite the rake. 1.2153 0.03368 209 171 31 7
1869 Uhh, the others chose the NYC theatre tour...why 1.2150 0.03606 200 166 25 9
1870 Don't worry, your robot replacement will be here next fall. 1.2150 0.03249 214 174 34 6
1871 That mob better not cross this border. 1.2150 0.03445 214 177 28 9
1872 You can rake, but you can't escape. 1.2149 0.03303 228 188 31 9
1873 What's the point of a bouncer if you can't get anyone to leaf? 1.2146 0.03337 205 167 32 6
1874 If this is your idea of a boarder wall, it won't work. 1.2146 0.03311 233 193 30 10
1875 Here we have a 21st century lawn rake, different from the 17th century Restoration Rake however both were tools. 1.2146 0.03421 233 195 26 12
1876 Sarcasm doesn't become you, Fred. 1.2146 0.03367 233 194 28 11
1877 May I remind you to keep your leaves on your side of the rope. 1.2146 0.02915 247 199 43 5
1878 Shut up, Daryl. I know, curling is no fun in the age of climate change, but believe me, with this new technique you're gonna be big at the Olympics. 1.2143 0.03399 224 186 28 10
1879 When hearts are high the time will fly so whistle while you work. 1.2143 0.03421 210 173 29 8
1880 Have you ever thought of moving to the desert? 1.2143 0.03155 224 182 36 6
1881 Our final exhibit showcases city dweller's weekend migration. 1.2143 0.03353 210 172 31 7
1882 Not quite Colonial Williamsburg, is it? 1.2143 0.03153 238 195 35 8
1883 Very clever, my friend, but this will not deter me. Your hands are still too low! Your stance is still all wrong! A child could do better! Who taught you Americans how to rake? 1.2143 0.03421 210 173 29 8
1884 That's right peasant, no leaf blower for you. 1.2140 0.03164 243 200 34 9
1885 Hurry up. A lines starting to form. 1.2140 0.03231 229 188 33 8
1886 Careful, Mr. Jones, careful. Our clients who are paying for locally-sourced gluten-free organic leaves do not want them unduly wrinkled. 1.2140 0.03460 229 192 25 12
1887 Oh, no one’s moving in. We’re just laundering money through real estate. 1.2140 0.03431 215 178 28 9
1888 Pfft, I could do that 1.2137 0.03173 248 205 33 10
1889 I don't much care for the direction your project is headed 1.2137 0.03242 234 193 32 9
1890 Is this a statement about refugees? 1.2136 0.03055 220 177 39 4
1891 What did those leaves ever do to you? 1.2136 0.03315 220 181 31 8
1892 It's a live exhibit, except for the leaves. 1.2136 0.03250 206 167 34 5
1893 A rake ... and a tool. 1.2136 0.03462 206 170 28 8
1894 Remember to save the crispy ones for our VIPs. 1.2134 0.03357 239 200 27 12
1895 I knew you were rakish ...but a rope line? 1.2133 0.03385 225 187 28 10
1896 And that's a, a... a rake, correct? 1.2133 0.03326 225 186 30 9
1897 Okay, forget the tree; what if a leaf falls in a forest and there's no one there to her it... 1.2133 0.03326 225 186 30 9
1898 Don’t screw it up. 1.2132 0.03706 197 165 22 10
1899 BOR-ing 1.2132 0.03564 197 163 26 8
1900 Is this the popcorn line? 1.2132 0.03636 197 164 24 9
1901 you missed an acorn 1.2131 0.03043 244 199 38 7
1902 Your technique is flawless, sir. Should I take video for next November? 1.2130 0.02973 230 185 41 4
1903 Call it 'Autumnal Muse' or whatever. People are not going to line up to see it. 1.2130 0.03219 230 189 33 8
1905 oh, i love this piece. it's like, he's some northeastern dipshit who thinks his shitty house in connecticut is going to appreciate, instead of slowly losing value as his town ages out of existence or dies from heroin or moves to tuscon or whatever. 1.2130 0.03718 216 184 18 14
1906 Very clever with the "leaf me alone," but I still won't chip in for a fence. 1.2129 0.03642 202 169 23 10
1907 You missed one back here. Are you washing the car next? I love these commoner tours. 1.2127 0.03302 221 182 31 8
1908 Why do I even bother doing a matinée in the fall? 1.2127 0.03364 221 183 29 9
1909 Mmm, yes, I see now. Rake your pain Gary, rake your pain… 1.2126 0.03580 207 173 24 10
1910 I enjoy visiting the tree museum and don't mind getting charged a dollar and a half just to see 'em 1.2126 0.03514 207 172 26 9
1911 The review was poor, but Larry didn’t put much stock in it. For the critic himself had never racked a leaf. 1.2125 0.03292 240 200 29 11
1912 Ugh, rakes are SO last season! 1.2125 0.03129 240 197 35 8
1913 '"Mother Nature's entourage never leaves". 1.2125 0.03073 240 196 37 7
1914 Marina Abramović can go suck an acorn. 1.2124 0.03192 226 185 34 7
1915 Yes, sir, I am checking IDs. 1.2124 0.03313 226 187 30 9
1916 I find your fallen leaves disturbing. 1.2123 0.03117 212 171 37 4
1917 if one leaf comes overm to my side I"m suing 1.2123 0.03391 212 175 29 8
1918 Oh, you want me to make sure no leaves get in either?! 1.2123 0.03257 212 173 33 6
1919 Rake it baby! Rake it good! 1.2123 0.03521 212 177 25 10
1920 And here we have ‘stupidus neighborus who won’t return my rake’, carefully grooming his habitat. 1.2123 0.03521 212 177 25 10
1921 The leaves can come in but you will have to wait in line. 1.2123 0.03391 212 175 29 8
1922 More like fail-iage, am I right? 1.2123 0.03457 212 176 27 9
1923 Can you explain the inspiration for the title of this installation, The Angry Raker? 1.2123 0.03117 212 171 37 4
1924 I find ‘Man Doing His Own Gardening’’to be very retro, but wonderful performance art. What’s he going to think of next? ‘Man Changing the Oil And Filters?’ 1.2121 0.03324 198 161 32 5
1925 Hey Joe. It may be true that everyone is famous for 15 minutes, but I’m thinking your snow blowing skills would be the better move. 1.2121 0.03548 198 164 26 8
1926 I sense you don't care about my feelings. 1.2121 0.03147 231 189 35 7
1927 Leaf bouncers are much quieter than leaf blowers. 1.2120 0.03274 217 178 32 7
1928 The ‘Annual Fall Cleanup Festival’ is another bust. 1.2120 0.03274 217 178 32 7
1929 Bad news, Joe! I've made our book club a bit more exclusive. 1.2120 0.03402 217 180 28 9
1930 Leave one for the chipper. 1.2120 0.03274 217 178 32 7
1931 After you're done here go hose down the VIP section, and by that I mean water the shrubs. 1.2119 0.03161 236 194 34 8
1932 As long as you keep putting up these barriers we'll never see eye to eye on this. 1.2119 0.02924 236 190 42 4
1933 As the President has said, Mr. Attorney General, all you need to do is recuse yourself. 1.2119 0.03381 236 198 26 12
1934 Will snow shovelling be coming soon? 1.2119 0.03045 236 192 38 6
1935 Bet there’d be more interest if you were going to burn ‘em 1.2118 0.03272 203 165 33 5
1936 I'm trusting you sell mini versions of those in the gift shop? 1.2118 0.03417 203 167 29 7
1937 Bravo Sir! True performance art genius is not for the masses. 1.2118 0.03345 203 166 31 6
1938 Not everyone curates their leaves,. you know. 1.2117 0.03288 222 183 31 8
1939 You're supposed to be raking in the dough... 1.2117 0.03350 222 184 29 9
1940 You might want to save some for when the critic arrives. 1.2117 0.03350 222 184 29 9
1941 After you're done, you must glue them all back onto the tree. 1.2117 0.03469 222 186 25 11
1942 Would you call yourself a typical Red State voter? 1.2117 0.03097 222 180 37 5
1943 Mr. Kavanaugh, this is what the common person considers hard work. 1.2116 0.03580 189 156 26 7
1944 Epilogue........Though briefly content in life, his nemesis would return yearly to show who is boss...... 1.2115 0.03293 208 170 32 6
1945 Global warming is making this competition less interesting every year. 1.2115 0.03358 227 189 28 10
1946 We really need to rake'em in tonight Johnny 1.2115 0.03179 227 186 34 7
1947 Hey buddy. In this town we all use blowers. 1.2115 0.03299 227 188 30 9
1948 It might be named "Camp David", but we don't want it looking like a camp. 1.2115 0.03416 227 190 26 11
1949 Ah, gentle stokes Mr.Wilson. Gentle strokes. 1.2115 0.03240 227 187 32 8
1950 There's one escaping by your left foot! 1.2113 0.03103 213 172 37 4
1951 I just watch 'Gone with the Wind'. 1.2113 0.03506 213 178 25 10
1952 When I saw "SRO" I expected something more, I don't know, ...boffo. 1.2113 0.03377 213 176 29 8
1953 Jose, I’d simply like to remind you again that I did NOT vote for Trump. 1.2113 0.03243 213 174 33 6
1954 So. You would rather leaf alone? 1.2113 0.03442 213 177 27 9
1955 I spent good money on my admission fee. Now I want to see those leaves in a pile. 1.2113 0.03174 213 173 35 5
1956 Land of opportunity my ass! 1.2112 0.03013 232 188 39 5
1957 Sugar maple, I believe. 1.2112 0.03189 251 209 31 11
1958 Sir, as I’ve mentioned before, they’re not actually gold-leafed. 1.2111 0.03522 180 147 28 5
1959 Do you really need a rake for that? 1.2111 0.03602 199 166 24 9
1960 Yes sir...1 more minute until he leaves 1.2111 0.03531 199 165 26 8
1961 What's the Wi-Fi password? 1.2110 0.03325 218 180 30 8
1962 I’d help, but they told me I’m not V.I.P. 1.2110 0.03195 218 178 34 6
1963 Now back up slowly, and don't make any sudden movements 1.2110 0.02990 218 175 40 3
1964 Nothing more annoying than having a lawn order type neighbor... 1.2110 0.03149 237 195 34 8
1965 I'd suggest you leave well enough alone. 1.2108 0.03473 204 169 27 8
1966 Finding retirement employment is difficult 1.2108 0.03149 223 182 35 6
1967 How long until peak color? 1.2108 0.03149 223 182 35 6
1968 Stravinsky did it better. Just saying. 1.2108 0.03275 223 184 31 8
1969 Your right hand should be at the top of the handel. 1.2107 0.03214 242 201 31 10
1970 I'd take a acorn for you, sir. 1.2105 0.03458 228 192 24 12
1971 I'm here to let you know that your lawn is so last season. 1.2105 0.03208 209 170 34 5
1972 Leaf a few for me. 1.2105 0.03105 228 186 36 6
1973 If you work for me, we can talk electrical equipment 1.2105 0.03167 228 187 34 7
1974 Glad to see you're cleaning up your act. 1.2105 0.03348 209 172 30 7
1975 Hurry up. The supermodels will be here any minute. 1.2105 0.03286 228 189 30 9
1976 Your ex-wife is here, Mr. President. 1.2105 0.03402 228 191 26 11
1977 Interesting...and what do you call that thing you're holding? 1.2103 0.03181 233 192 33 8
1978 It's more of a psychological barrier, if not a real one. 1.2103 0.03161 214 174 35 5
1979 Hey Sisyphus, ready for the critics? 1.2103 0.03297 214 176 31 7
1980 Bill, how many years ago were you a bouncer? 1.2103 0.03427 214 178 27 9
1981 No, no, no, the celebration is for Leif Erickson Day, not Leaves Raking Day. 1.2103 0.03427 214 178 27 9
1982 Watching men at work turns me on, in a Platonic sort of way. 1.2103 0.03425 195 160 29 6
1983 I love your mise en scene 1.2103 0.03425 195 160 29 6
1984 Trends: dad fashion is more rakish than ever this Fall. 1.2100 0.03311 219 181 30 8
1985 I expected a little more nuanced relationship between you and the rake. This is so stereotypical! 1.2100 0.03115 219 178 36 5
1986 Gardening always calms my nerves. 1.2100 0.03047 219 177 38 4
1987 Red carpet blow away? 1.2100 0.03443 200 165 28 7
1988 Yes, Mr. Klemholt, the property is yours, but any leaves that falls on it belong to County Garden Waste Department. 1.2098 0.03200 224 184 33 7
1989 We're very serious about environmental protection. 1.2098 0.03382 224 187 27 10
1990 Well this is the dullest nightclub I've ever been to. 1.2098 0.03316 205 168 31 6
1991 Show those trees they can't just fall all over you. 1.2098 0.03659 205 173 21 11
1992 You call yourself a raker? 1.2098 0.03243 205 167 33 5
1993 The new "Struggles of the 21st Century Life" diarama gained a lot of buzz at the natural history museum. 1.2098 0.03316 205 168 31 6
1994 You've been reading too much Tom Sawyer. 1.2096 0.03273 229 190 30 9
1995 Our job is to protect, Mr President, not to help with menial labor." 1.2095 0.03468 210 175 26 9
1996 Now toss them in the air. 1.2094 0.03623 191 159 24 8
1997 Am I the only idiot who has ever paid good money to watch you perform with a rake and nine leaves? 1.2093 0.03348 215 178 29 8
1998 Ahh, the average human doing hard labor. A rare sight these days... 1.2093 0.03148 215 175 35 5
1999 That used to be my job before you stole it. 1.2092 0.03181 239 198 32 9
2000 I'll be right back after I get some popcorn. 1.2092 0.03409 196 161 29 6
2001 Performance Art - Pffff! 1.2090 0.03279 201 164 32 5
2002 You need to hurry...the President's motorcade will be here soon and we just got word he cancelled autumn en route. 1.2087 0.03510 206 172 25 9
2003 I'm the tour guide for the Bespoke Leaf Peeping Experience. 1.2087 0.03155 206 167 35 4
2004 Look, buddy. I might be able to get you in, but the leaves gotta go. 1.2087 0.03510 206 172 25 9
2005 The new living Fall exhibit at the Metrpolitan of Art: the Myth of Syssyleaves. 1.2087 0.03375 230 193 26 11
2006 I know you said you wanted to try out ordinary people chores, but can you at least make sure you do a good job? 1.2085 0.02960 211 169 40 2
2007 She requested exactly 3 leaves be left-one orange, one yellow, and one red. 1.2085 0.03251 211 173 32 6
2008 You demonstrate the height of human arrogance--Nature intended those leaves to be on the ground. 1.2085 0.03325 235 197 27 11
2009 Suburbanization is so chic this year. 1.2083 0.03056 240 197 36 7
2010 Mr. Musk will only jump in perfect piles. 1.2083 0.03398 216 180 27 9
2011 Ugh, my kid could do that. 1.2082 0.03016 245 201 37 7
2012 Leaf me alone,Carl. 1.2081 0.03156 221 181 34 6
2013 So when did OCD go off limits ? 1.2081 0.03346 221 184 28 9
2014 Rakishness does not equal coolness. 1.2081 0.03407 221 185 26 10
2015 I guess I been raking in too much green. Now the government is on to me. 1.2080 0.03296 226 188 29 9
2016 Your grass looks great. 1.2080 0.02982 226 183 39 4
2017 Here we have ze American discovering that fall is more than pumpkin spice and ze turtleneck sweaters. 1.2080 0.03235 226 187 31 8
2018 Are the blisters ready? People are lining up. 1.2080 0.03111 226 185 35 6
2019 Is this leaf peeper giving you the creepers? 1.2079 0.03188 202 164 34 4
2020 and Remember, you get a bonus for every leaf over 100,000. 1.2078 0.03247 231 192 30 9
2021 Watch it! That's not muck you're raking 1.2078 0.03247 231 192 30 9
2022 This is New England's version of walking the Red Carpet. 1.2078 0.03305 231 193 28 10
2023 He was rakish until his fall. 1.2076 0.03027 236 193 37 6
2024 Rake it up, Break it down, Bag it up....... 1.2076 0.03086 236 194 35 7
2025 Leaves raked in the fall - quite the sensation after the spring maple sap tapping exhibit. 1.2075 0.03305 212 175 30 7
2026 A ground-scraping performance! 1.2075 0.03305 212 175 30 7
2027 These ropes can keep me out, but I'll never leaf! 1.2075 0.03305 212 175 30 7
2028 It's difficult to rake it in when you're in the autumn of your career. 1.2075 0.03237 212 174 32 6
2029 Leave it! 1.2075 0.02988 241 197 38 6
2030 If you think for a minute, you're raking them back over here . . . 1.2075 0.03156 241 200 32 9
2031 You missed nine leaves. I blocked off the area until you fixed your mistake. 1.2074 0.03494 188 155 27 6
2032 I hear tonight's audience is pretty wooden. 1.2074 0.03494 188 155 27 6
2033 Here we have a suburban man leading his workaday life. 1.2074 0.03446 217 182 25 10
2034 Five more leaves and you can enter the club 1.2074 0.03052 217 176 37 4
2035 This exhibit shows, when trees existed, the surface human’s ritual used as an excuse to get out of apple picking. 1.2074 0.03320 217 180 29 8
2036 You’re the first stop of our seasonal tourist package, so this time with a little more pep. 1.2072 0.03078 222 181 36 5
2037 Your threat level has been downgraded from "Rand Paul" to "Homer Simpson" 1.2072 0.03332 222 185 28 9
2038 I said, to the left, to the left! 1.2072 0.03143 222 182 34 6
2039 What kind of trees will we get if you plant those leaves? 1.2070 0.03399 227 191 25 11
2040 Presentation counts, Henry, but my lawn still has a two-drink minimum. 1.2070 0.03161 227 187 33 7
2041 You rakin’ at ME? 1.2070 0.03282 227 189 29 9
2042 This VIP viewing section has cider on tap. 1.2069 0.03397 203 168 28 7
2043 You're still not on the list. It's time for you to leave. 1.2069 0.03250 203 166 32 5
2044 I'll have delta team do another sweep of the front, but I believe these are the last remaining bogeys on the lawn, sir! 1.2069 0.03057 232 190 36 6
2045 The neighborhood watch-patol said you'd be serving hot cocoa too! 1.2066 0.03291 213 176 30 7
2046 The world record leaf raking event goes down in history, witnessed by a crowd of one. 1.2066 0.03487 213 179 24 10
2047 This is not stopping me from talking at you. 1.2066 0.03423 213 178 26 9
2048 Leave my leaves alone! 1.2064 0.03040 218 177 37 4
2049 Bet you didn't know that what you're doing in German is 'Gartenrechen'.........bet you didn't know that?! 1.2064 0.03306 218 181 29 8
2050 I was lead to believe there would be some nude dancing here. 1.2063 0.02999 223 181 38 4
2051 I have a twenty with your name on it... 1.2063 0.03065 223 182 36 5
2052 I forgot our anniversary again 1.2060 0.03437 199 165 27 7
2053 I will lend you my blower for a small fee." 1.2060 0.03164 233 193 32 8
2054 How does it feel to be part of a Banksie original? 1.2058 0.02907 243 198 40 5
2055 You'll never make it as Groundskeeper #1 with that form. 1.2057 0.03464 209 175 25 9
2056 Performance artist and his fan. 1.2057 0.03397 209 174 27 8
2057 It's a shame your foliage isn't certified locally-sourced organic. 1.2056 0.03140 214 175 34 5
2058 Next, we move on to practice sweeping up popcorn. 1.2056 0.03277 214 177 30 7
2059 Forensics has been here already. Get those bodies out of here. 1.2056 0.03209 214 176 32 6
2060 This isn't "performance art". This is just a guy raking his leaves. 1.2056 0.03070 214 174 36 4
2061 Since when do leaves respect boundaries? 1.2056 0.03408 214 179 26 9
2062 When do the babes usually get here? 1.2055 0.03355 219 183 27 9
2063 Did I miss the live performance? Or you are just raking the front yard? 1.2055 0.03096 219 179 35 5
2064 No, sir, they did not come from my trees. 1.2054 0.03436 185 152 28 5
2065 When the adoring crowd shows up Morton, for chrissakes don’t slouch. 1.2052 0.03075 229 188 35 6
2066 Anyways, like I said, the red pill was the better option. 1.2052 0.03314 229 192 27 10
2067 Yeah, Sisyphus would have voted for Trump, too. 1.2050 0.03108 239 198 33 8
2068 Nice job- but that’s not the sort of “jacket attire” we accept here. 1.2049 0.03366 205 170 28 7
2069 You should save those, they'll be worth something one day. 1.2049 0.03366 205 170 28 7
2070 These fall viewing parties sure leave a mess behind. 1.2048 0.03173 210 172 33 5
2071 I know you wanted to pay me for my help last night, George, but I think we had different ideas of what hedge fund payments are. 1.2047 0.03263 215 178 30 7
2072 Your precious lawn got an itch? 1.2045 0.03015 220 179 37 4
2073 I just don't get it.. 1.2045 0.03403 220 185 25 10
2074 If I find one single brown leaf, the band won't play. 1.2045 0.03341 220 184 27 9
2075 OK. It's fun to watch, but how much to participate? 1.2045 0.03542 176 145 26 5
2076 I think I got here a little too early this year. 1.2044 0.03291 225 188 28 9
2077 They're not my leaves, they're our Nation's leaves" 1.2044 0.03168 225 186 32 7
2078 I found your installation with rose petals less compulsive. 1.2043 0.03744 186 157 20 9
2079 Having celebritrees as neighbors isn't as glamorous as it sounds 1.2043 0.03245 186 151 32 3
2080 Your fall look is a bit of let down. 1.2042 0.03040 240 198 35 7
2081 Most people choose the red pill. 1.2042 0.03096 240 199 33 8
2082 Looks like you're rakin' it in 1.2041 0.03309 196 161 30 5
2083 I can see your butt. 1.2040 0.03478 201 168 25 8
2084 You are so passé. 1.2040 0.03549 201 169 23 9
2085 It puts the leaves on the pile. 1.2040 0.03549 201 169 23 9
2086 Go ahead, turn them all over. I know you'll never change. 1.2039 0.03490 206 173 24 9
2087 Our small weekly fee prevents problems with leaves or unions. 1.2039 0.03280 206 170 30 6
2088 For an extra twenty bucks, I'll make sure the paparazzi get a shot of you in the best autumnal light. 1.2038 0.03230 211 174 31 6
2089 Let’s give the last bus of leaf-peepers what they came for. 1.2038 0.03230 211 174 31 6
2090 Take a break ... leaf season peaks in 15 minutes. 1.2038 0.03160 211 173 33 5
2091 When during Fallfest do I get my complimentary cup of cider? 1.2037 0.03114 216 177 34 5
2092 After you rake them up, go get the leaf blower. 1.2036 0.03265 221 184 29 8
2093 Look, if another one sneaks in here, I'm gonna have to ask you to leave. 1.2036 0.03328 221 185 27 9
2094 I don't decide who's on the list, buddy. 1.2035 0.03278 226 189 28 9
2095 I told you ! Keep the left elbow low if you hope to score .! 1.2030 0.03293 197 162 30 5
2096 Try not to 'leaf' a mess. 1.2030 0.03242 202 166 31 5
2097 No reservation? Let's see. I have a deciduous open for four leaves. 1.2030 0.03242 202 166 31 5
2098 After you rake 'em over here, I'll move the goal posts. 1.2029 0.03337 207 172 28 7
2099 No, I don't hear them shouting, 'Put us back in HIS yard where we came from.' 1.2029 0.03266 207 171 30 6
2100 The pile starts at the rear. 1.2028 0.02960 217 176 38 3
2101 And now ladies and gentlemen, we’re entering the compulsory school figures portion of our competition . . . 1.2027 0.03314 222 186 27 9
2102 Look, I know I'm behind the ropes, but wouldn't a leaf blower be better? 1.2027 0.03124 222 183 33 6
2103 This is an exclusive neighborhood and we want to keep it that way 1.2027 0.03252 222 185 29 8
2104 Hey boss, is this how you got started in the collection racket? 1.2026 0.03143 227 188 32 7
2105 There he is again, the Phantom of the Orchard! 1.2026 0.03143 227 188 32 7
2106 Ya know, I always imagined Scotland Yard would be bigger. 1.2026 0.03217 232 194 29 9
2107 I was sent by the HOA to count the leaves left behind. 1.2024 0.02940 252 208 37 7
2108 Nothing natural beyond this line. 1.2020 0.03375 203 169 27 7
2109 Honestly, Mr. Stravinsky, your rake is making little progress. 1.2020 0.03447 203 170 25 8
2110 I payed good money to watch some raking. Now rake faster!! 1.2020 0.03302 203 168 29 6
2111 I think it goes something like, "I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree"... 1.2020 0.03302 203 168 29 6
2112 This isn’t the most popular attraction in the park. 1.2019 0.03251 208 172 30 6
2113 Is this part or the marriage or divorce? 1.2019 0.03526 208 176 22 10
2114 I like my trees, when my neighbors rake my leaves! 1.2019 0.03391 208 174 26 8
2115 We will require a second raking. 1.2019 0.03105 208 170 34 4
2116 I’m neither poor enough nor rich enough to wear a cap. 1.2019 0.03591 208 177 20 11
2117 "You want an admission? Sure. You are one strange neighbor. 1.2019 0.03105 208 170 34 4
2118 Is this an Outdoor theater? 1.2019 0.03322 208 173 28 7
2119 You can rake until Summer, you’re still not getting past the rope. 1.2019 0.03251 208 172 30 6
2120 I would help, but I don’t have the right headgear. 1.2019 0.03203 213 176 31 6
2121 And don't forget to rake the leaves when you're done 1.2019 0.03271 213 177 29 7
2122 Republican trees; Democrat leaves. 1.2019 0.03271 213 177 29 7
2123 Guess you didn't get the memo about acorns. 1.2019 0.03468 213 180 23 10
2124 Leave the red leaves, we forgot the carpet 1.2019 0.03133 213 175 33 5
2125 No leaves tolerated. Period. 1.2019 0.03203 213 176 31 6
2126 Forget the leaves Jim we can still charge a hefty cover. 1.2018 0.03019 218 178 36 4
2127 I hope you're paying yourself a living wage for that work. 1.2018 0.03238 223 186 29 8
2128 OK, you feel stupid; how do you think I feel? 1.2018 0.03046 223 183 35 5
2129 I don't know why I'm here. 1.2018 0.03537 223 191 19 13
2130 I know everyone likes the smell of burning leaves, but I really don't think you're going to draw much of a crowd. 1.2018 0.03252 228 191 28 9
2131 I wait until every single leaf has fallen off every single tree. I don't care if 12 inches of snow has fallen. 1.2017 0.03103 238 198 32 8
2132 Don't you dare pull the old "jump in the pile of leaf" trick like you did last year! 1.2010 0.03395 194 161 27 6
2133 It's very relaxing. Isn't it? 1.2010 0.03213 204 168 31 5
2134 You know what they say about guys with little feet 1.2010 0.03288 204 169 29 6
2135 We opt for the more environmentally friendly 'green carpet.' 1.2010 0.03360 204 170 27 7
2136 If you think admission to Fall is hard, just wait until next season. 1.2010 0.03092 209 171 34 4
2137 This production of A Rake's Progress is...minimalist, but I trust your instincts. 1.2010 0.03444 209 176 24 9
2138 I still prefer the action in Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress." 1.2010 0.03237 209 173 30 6
2139 Rake away, neighbor! My leaf-blower will get its revenge later! 1.2010 0.03237 209 173 30 6
2140 Can I show you the ropes? 1.2010 0.03092 209 171 34 4
2141 There are 11 men and 10 women in Great Falls, Mr. Kowalski. I'm sure you understand the club's dilemna. 1.2009 0.03389 214 180 25 9
2142 I swear, if one more city slicker thinks I'm part of the art... 1.2009 0.03257 214 178 29 7
2143 Good fences make good neighbors. 1.2009 0.03274 219 183 28 8
2144 1.my trees do not shed. 2.I guess you did not know the meaning of deciduous when you planted your trees. 1.2009 0.03209 219 182 30 7
2145 #MadRakeSkillz #FallenLeafLifeCoaching #nevermissaleaf 1.2009 0.03179 229 191 30 8
2146 Go fuck yourself, Steve. 1.2009 0.03414 234 200 21 13
2147 If “X” be the amount of leaves falling per minute .... 1.2009 0.02953 234 192 37 5
2148 A little to the left, please. 1.2000 0.03457 195 163 25 7
2149 You better save some for the encore. 1.2000 0.03273 205 170 29 6
2150 Your trees ... My Leaves ... Sorry! 1.2000 0.03150 225 187 31 7
2151 Someone said this was the line for Leafs tickets? 1.2000 0.03152 210 173 32 5
2152 When you live at 1602 Pennsylvania Ave 1.2000 0.03180 235 197 29 9
2153 Can I get a selfie with you? 1.2000 0.03416 205 172 25 8
2154 Can you rake any faster? My flight back to Manhattan is at 7. 1.2000 0.03136 240 201 30 9
2155 Sorry I called the cops but I heard a leaf drop and then another and another and another... 1.2000 0.03416 205 172 25 8
2156 What do you have against gravity? 1.2000 0.03243 215 179 29 7
2157 Luke, your leaf blower envy is real. Come to the dark (and noisy) side. It is your destiny. 1.2000 0.03615 200 170 20 10
2158 Climate change definitely needs to be addressed—but not in my backyard. 1.2000 0.03400 200 167 26 7
2159 Put some back into it - my groupon expires in 10 minutes. 1.2000 0.03106 230 191 32 7
2160 Autumn in all her glory. 1.2000 0.03243 215 179 29 7
2161 All rakists are subject to government supervision 1.2000 0.03196 220 183 30 7
2162 I'm just waiting for the Christmas lights to go up. 1.2000 0.03130 220 182 32 6
2163 This is a fresh take on performance art. 1.2000 0.03226 230 193 28 9
2164 These living museums really rake it in. 1.2000 0.03385 220 186 24 10
2165 How long can it take to clear a table for one? 1.2000 0.03199 205 169 31 5
2166 Your opening act was injured in a mowing accident. You're going to have to fly solo tonight. 1.2000 0.03416 205 172 25 8
2167 Want to borrow my leaf blower? 1.2000 0.03379 195 162 27 6
2168 Fall again. eh, Bert? 1.1991 0.03137 226 188 31 7
2169 Gosh, anyone could do this. It's just a couple of random strokes! 1.1991 0.03246 221 185 28 8
2170 Didn't you rake already 12 months ago? 1.1991 0.03296 216 181 27 8
2171 You know there is only going to be more tomorrow, don't you? 1.1991 0.03230 216 180 29 7
2172 Holy crap a leaf. Wow another leaf. Whoa another one!! How many are there? I can't be-leaf this! 1.1991 0.03023 216 177 35 4
2173 I like it but I hear he breaks out the really good stuff for the late show. 1.1991 0.03209 211 175 30 6
2174 If the homeowners association won't do anything, I will. 1.1991 0.03209 211 175 30 6
2175 I paid damn good money for this reki session. 1.1990 0.03259 206 171 29 6
2176 We’ll need you to sweep for mines next. 1.1990 0.03537 206 175 21 10
2177 Is your electricity off? 1.1990 0.03384 201 168 26 7
2178 Hi and welcome to the Minnesota State Seasonal Lawn Care Museum. America's premier seasonal lawn care museum. 1.1990 0.03338 191 158 28 5
2179 They call me the last of the leaf peepers. 1.1983 0.03000 242 201 34 7
2180 You miss one leaf and your work release program is over! 1.1982 0.03124 227 189 31 7
2181 When you're done here.... you missed a leaf in the backyard. 1.1982 0.03295 222 187 26 9
2182 What's the point? They will just fall down again. 1.1982 0.03169 222 185 30 7
2183 If you throw in a dance number we might get a bigger crowd, 1.1982 0.03357 222 188 24 10
2184 You need to up your raking game to be a successful performance art piece. 1.1982 0.03169 222 185 30 7
2185 Where is the concession stand 1.1981 0.03125 212 175 32 5
2186 Hello. I used to do that with a leaf blower. 1.1981 0.03265 212 177 28 7
2187 You missed a leaf, Eric! 1.1981 0.03265 212 177 28 7
2188 I think Hogarth did it better. 1.1981 0.03096 207 170 33 4
2189 I said rack your brain, not your lawn. 1.1981 0.03454 207 175 23 9
2190 That rake doesn't look right. Maybe it's too long? Maybe if there were more leaves it would look okay? I'm not sure but I think more tines with less spacing would help you do a better job. 1.1980 0.03441 202 170 24 8
2191 May I borrow your hat? 1.1980 0.03441 202 170 24 8
2192 Rake on...rake off. Pay attention, Daniel-san! 1.1976 0.02967 253 211 34 8
2193 That's right! The warden said you could 'leave' today. 1.1975 0.03199 238 201 27 10
2194 Don't mind me, I'm here for the total leaf peeper experience. 1.1975 0.02969 238 197 35 6
2195 Time to usher in the fall again, huh? 1.1974 0.03293 228 193 25 10
2196 I prefer to be called a "leaf VIPeeper." 1.1973 0.03026 223 184 34 5
2197 Trying to take up any evidence of global warming? 1.1972 0.03182 213 177 30 6
2198 Hey, you with the rake - let me outta here 1.1972 0.03182 213 177 30 6
2199 I'm especially concerned about the darker colored leaves. Who knows what damage they might cause? 1.1972 0.03318 213 179 26 8
2200 Sorry, you're not on the list. And, no, rakish doesn't cut it. 1.1972 0.03251 213 178 28 7
2201 The leaf blower was just a warning. Any more of your leaves on this side of the border will be punished like you more severely! 1.1972 0.03251 213 178 28 7
2202 Think of it this way - harassment of people doing their jobs behind barriers is the meme of our times. 1.1971 0.03230 208 173 29 6
2203 You call that performance art? I could even do that. 1.1971 0.03157 208 172 31 5
2204 No eager children or dogs in the immediate vicinity, sir. 1.1970 0.03280 203 169 28 6
2205 'Community service' Hollywood style. 1.1970 0.03426 203 171 24 8
2206 The description said, “blower” 1.1970 0.03409 198 166 25 7
2207 You know, in South America, they don’t even have brown leaves to rake. 1.1969 0.03160 254 216 26 12
2208 Bob, don't let the rake throw you. This IS performance art! 1.1968 0.03361 188 156 27 5
2209 If you break to run a political ad, I’m outta here. 1.1967 0.03672 183 155 20 8
2210 In Canada this pastime awaits the ice for curling. 1.1964 0.03268 224 189 26 9
2211 I would offer to help if you hadn't cordoned off our yards... 1.1964 0.03268 224 189 26 9
2212 I’m waiting, save some for me. 1.1964 0.03079 224 186 32 6
2213 If you had a leaf blower you could just blow them into the neighbor's yard. 1.1964 0.03013 224 185 34 5
2214 That's right, leaf thief—gather 'em up! 1.1963 0.03318 219 185 25 9
2215 Don't let me tell you how to rake. 1.1963 0.03189 219 183 29 7
2216 When should I expect your quote for the other half? 1.1963 0.03123 219 182 31 6
2217 I'm from the Homeowners' Association and I'm here to help you. 1.1963 0.02986 219 180 35 4
2218 The Suburban Dad exhibit was a flop 1.1963 0.03237 214 179 28 7
2219 Those leaves were lined up to dance in my yard today, neighbor. 1.1963 0.03237 214 179 28 7
2220 I finally get it: the futility of fall clean up. 1.1963 0.03237 214 179 28 7
2221 Sir I'm sorry, but your going to have to come with me. Your rake isn't regulation size. 1.1962 0.03287 209 175 27 7
2222 So when does the rush start? 1.1962 0.03356 209 176 25 8
2223 How in the world were you able to train your trees to only drop their leaves inside the roped-off area ... or outside your property line? 1.1961 0.03265 204 170 28 6
2224 And when you're done with that, scale the fence and rake those other two leaves. 1.1961 0.03339 204 171 26 7
2225 Remember, we're going for red carpet here 1.1961 0.03410 204 172 24 8
2226 How pastoral. 1.1960 0.03393 199 167 25 7
2227 Fifteen minutes of fame and you missed one. 1.1959 0.03450 194 163 24 7
2228 If only we could bottle the smell of hard-labor amidst the fallen leaves. 1.1958 0.02946 240 199 35 6
2229 Sorry, pal, only celebritrees are allowed beyond this point 1.1958 0.03428 189 158 25 6
2230 I would help, but manual labor make my eyes water. 1.1957 0.03148 230 193 29 8
2231 Hey, your neighbor requested that his shrubbery be given “the red carpet treatment” as well. 1.1956 0.02934 225 185 36 4
2232 I can’t wait for fall either! 1.1955 0.02903 220 180 37 3
2233 ...and before the event, people used to own patches of land that they... 1.1955 0.03176 220 184 29 7
2234 Leaf it alone and NOBODY gets hurt. 1.1955 0.03241 220 185 27 8
2235 Hey Fall Guy, can I get an autograph? 1.1955 0.03042 220 182 33 5
2236 Sorry, but you cannot deduct your home as a nonprofit museum. 1.1955 0.03304 220 186 25 9
2237 I hope you don't mind my being a Leaf Peeping Tom. 1.1952 0.03056 210 173 33 4
2238 What a fantastic installment. I especially enjoyed the bathroom disguised as a tool shed. 1.1952 0.03202 210 175 29 6
2239 Remember Rand Paul. 1.1952 0.03409 210 178 23 9
2240 I sell leaf blowing machines, can I interest you in a backyard demonstration 1.1951 0.03251 205 171 28 6
2241 May a VIP enter? I bring no leaves with me. 1.1951 0.02898 246 204 36 6
2242 I know they say the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, but which side is the other side ? 1.1947 0.03244 190 157 29 4
2243 I am tired of you raking this administration over the coals and I see now that you just cannot leaf it alone 1.1946 0.03163 221 185 29 7
2244 Way to manage yard rage. 1.1946 0.03030 221 183 33 5
2245 I appreciate abstract raking. 1.1946 0.03030 221 183 33 5
2246 Dad, this is my best performance art exhibit yet. 1.1944 0.03209 216 181 28 7
2247 Once you get inside, it is not as exciting as it seems. 1.1943 0.03188 211 176 29 6
2248 It’s hard to do that with small hands like yours 1.1943 0.03460 211 180 21 10
2249 You're the only person I know who compartmentalizes absolutely everything. 1.1943 0.03258 211 177 27 7
2250 How long until the show starts? 1.1942 0.03449 206 175 22 9
2251 Did you get a silencer for the motor? 1.1942 0.03584 206 177 18 11
2252 If only you knew how stupid you look. 1.1940 0.03435 201 170 23 8
2253 Could you rake up some more bright red ones? 1.1940 0.03287 201 168 27 6
2254 Russet is so out of fashion this fall. 1.1940 0.03001 232 193 33 6
2255 Do you rake the leaves or do the leaves rake you? 1.1940 0.03182 232 196 27 9
2256 For success, leave no leaf unturned! 1.1937 0.02949 222 183 35 4
2257 I’d lend you my rake, but it'll make your hands look small. 1.1937 0.03017 222 184 33 5
2258 You’re wife told me I was on the list for today. 1.1937 0.03017 222 184 33 5
2259 Would you mind waiting for an east wind 1.1935 0.03128 217 181 30 6
2260 I know this sounds weird, but I really am that guy from your dreams. Just try to ignore me. 1.1935 0.02989 217 179 34 4
2261 Move it a smidge to the left. 1.1934 0.03514 181 152 23 6
2262 When you’re done, please return my back scratcher. And clean it this time for heaven’s sake! 1.1931 0.03170 233 197 27 9
2263 Mr. Anderson, your reality show will become relevent over time. 1.1931 0.02927 233 193 35 5
2264 C'mon Al--you need to be a little more accessible. 1.1930 0.03030 228 190 32 6
2265 Not too many, now, Randall. We've got guests coming throughout the evening as well. 1.1930 0.02965 228 189 34 5
2266 Do you have a reservation? 1.1930 0.03030 228 190 32 6
2267 If you don’t leaf them alone, you’ll be convicted of rake! 1.1930 0.03155 228 192 28 8
2268 A little satin and a twirl or two would liven things up. 1.1928 0.03137 223 187 29 7
2269 We've decided to take the Presidential Alert a step further, so now I'm just going to yell into your home. 1.1927 0.03376 218 186 22 10
2270 There will be a lot more, especially red ones, after the midterms. 1.1925 0.03364 213 181 23 9
2271 Pointless!? At least we aren't ripping off a Charles Schulz cartoon! 1.1925 0.03230 213 179 27 7
2272 Mr. President please, we have people to do that. 1.1925 0.03298 213 180 25 8
2273 Right there Paul ! You missed some . 1.1925 0.03298 213 180 25 8
2274 Just between you and me, all the guys in the Secret Service love your Memes, but you're still under arrest. 1.1923 0.03208 208 174 28 6
2275 You were better on Broadway. 1.1923 0.02735 260 215 40 5
2276 Sir, if you rake it, you buy it. 1.1921 0.03080 229 192 30 7
2277 Am I late for leaf peeping? 1.1921 0.03018 229 191 32 6
2278 Because this is a drug rehab center, I assume the barrier is to remind me to please keep off the grass.” 1.1921 0.03433 229 198 18 13
2279 It was called a rake... 1.1921 0.03142 229 193 28 8
2280 Hombre, I'd do that for you, but Trump's velvet fence is a deterring me from engaging in domestic to service." 1.1921 0.03404 203 172 23 8
2281 I'm used to the club scene, man. What do you need a bouncer for anyway? 1.1921 0.03182 203 169 29 5
2282 I suppose reenacting The Matrix every day is a cheaper midlife crisis than buying a corvet. 1.1920 0.03124 224 188 29 7
2283 Divide those leaves like they are Congress, sir. 1.1920 0.03249 224 190 25 9
2284 No quiditch until you’ve done your chores! 1.1920 0.03059 224 187 31 6
2285 The password? Oh, it's Pumpkin Spice! 1.1918 0.03234 219 185 26 8
2286 They discovered some “irregularities” at the club, so I’m lying low up here for awhile. 1.1918 0.03034 219 182 32 5
2287 Last call for popcorn. 1.1918 0.03102 219 183 30 6
2288 Come on -- you call this curated raking? 1.1917 0.02807 240 198 38 4
2289 Reykjavik is a Russian State. 1.1916 0.03077 214 178 31 5
2290 Steve you are the Jackson Pollock of floral arrangements 1.1916 0.03478 214 184 19 11
2291 Wait, 'leaf blower?' I thought you said 'whistle blower.' 1.1916 0.03077 214 178 31 5
2292 Psh, my kid could have done that. 1.1916 0.02855 214 175 37 2
2293 Man, raking leaves sounds like a hassle. Good thing they all land on your side. 1.1915 0.03027 235 197 31 7
2294 Backyard Sisyphus. Serving only to keep Carol off your back until the next eastern blow. 1.1914 0.03265 209 176 26 7
2295 then maybe you'll reconsider the next time you want an awards show in your house 1.1914 0.03046 209 173 32 4
2296 The concierge-manager has asked me to ask you to stick with crowd-pleasing patterns. The paying customers begin arriving soon. 1.1914 0.03194 209 175 28 6
2297 It's gotta be here somewhere... 1.1913 0.03129 230 194 28 8
2298 You still raking over the crime scene, Ryan? 1.1913 0.03006 230 192 32 6
2299 I found the target.He appears to be concealing his secret base. 1.1913 0.03129 230 194 28 8
2300 There are many ways to pay off your college debt. 1.1913 0.03129 230 194 28 8
2301 So this is how the rich "rake it in"! 1.1912 0.03243 204 171 27 6
2302 Considering the price of admission, you're also raking in the dough! 1.1912 0.03011 204 168 33 3
2303 The rake is being used, I repeat. The rake is being used. 1.1912 0.03167 204 170 29 5
2304 We do not admit domestic leaves. 1.1911 0.03047 225 188 31 6
2305 Like MY border wall? 1.1911 0.03047 225 188 31 6
2306 Work smarter not harder. 1.1911 0.03047 225 188 31 6
2307 I’ve tried to throw them out, sir, but the children insist on getting in the pile. 1.1911 0.02981 225 187 33 5
2308 You know if you got rid of this rope maybe we could be friends...what do you think? 1.1910 0.03136 199 165 30 4
2309 You're not going to pull a Tom Sawyer on me. 1.1909 0.03021 220 183 32 5
2310 Don't forget to rake up those letters too. 1.1909 0.03347 220 188 22 10
2311 Sorry, only the top 1% of the tree is allowed in this section. 1.1907 0.03266 194 162 27 5
2312 First climate change, then Stormy Daniels and now this. 1.1907 0.03400 215 184 21 10
2313 Once a man enters fame, he never leaves. 1.1907 0.03064 215 179 31 5
2314 When I've finished can I have my allowance ? 1.1907 0.03134 215 180 29 6
2315 A man using a rake and not a leaf blower- what a show ! 1.1905 0.03056 231 194 30 7
2316 Is this because the autumn leaves have turned to gold ? 1.1905 0.03056 231 194 30 7
2317 You know the homeowners association can fine you \$100 for every leaf they find on your lawn. 1.1905 0.03455 210 180 20 10
2318 Quaint raking exhibit. Ever hear of a leaf-blower? 1.1905 0.02994 231 193 32 6
2319 I was expecting something more exotic. 1.1905 0.03107 210 175 30 5
2320 Could you do my eyebrows when you're finished? 1.1903 0.03223 226 192 25 9
2321 Yo, Tom Sawyer, can I rake your leaves too? 1.1903 0.02833 226 186 37 3
2322 Looking is for free. Touching is going to cost you. 1.1903 0.03161 226 191 27 8
2323 So, you paid the \$10 cover charge? 1.1903 0.03223 226 192 25 9
2324 In the raking of fine art, I'm particularly impressed by the use of colors. 1.1903 0.02969 226 188 33 5
2325 Even with only one spectator my work performance improves. 1.1902 0.03301 205 173 25 7
2326 You don’t have what it takes to be a good neighbor 1.1902 0.02998 205 169 33 3
2327 You missed a blind spot." 1.1902 0.03228 205 172 27 6
2328 Below the trees still populated with foliage, the misery with him was, clearly, that he sought to interfere for good in human matters, and had lost the power for ever. 1.1900 0.03121 200 166 30 4
2329 I'd maybe give it three stars... 1.1900 0.03121 200 166 30 4
2330 Do you also use a shotgun instead of a fly swatter? 1.1898 0.03255 216 183 25 8
2331 How many of those get you get into one bag? 1.1898 0.03255 216 183 25 8
2332 I've got your back, Brandon. 1.1897 0.02919 232 193 34 5
2333 If you shake it more than once you’re just playing with it. 1.1897 0.02919 232 193 34 5
2334 This is the most exquisite piece MoMA 's ever displayed. 1.1896 0.03094 211 176 30 5
2335 Do less, but, also do more 1.1894 0.02822 227 187 37 3
2336 This can't be all you do. 1.1893 0.03287 206 174 25 7
2337 Careful. Those are from MY tree, and I'm a man who cares. 1.1893 0.03139 206 172 29 5
2338 Sorry- we're closed for the season 1.1893 0.02713 243 200 40 3
2339 It’s what I call the full green carpet treatment 1.1892 0.02857 222 183 36 3
2340 Hourly worker I presume. 1.1892 0.03130 222 187 28 7
2341 I know you are an accountant by training, but the judge ordered genuine community service. 1.1892 0.02997 222 185 32 5
2342 I don’t see the point. More leaves are just gonna fall. 1.1892 0.03528 185 157 21 7
2343 So, now that you've introduced the rake in Act 1, it'll have to go off in Act 3? 1.1891 0.02992 238 200 31 7
2344 Yo Leif 1.1891 0.03186 201 168 28 5
2345 Hey, ‘Joey The Dope’, I told you to sweep for bugs...smarten up...you know what I meant... 1.1889 0.03107 217 182 29 6
2346 Bodyguard? No. Leafguard! Do you see there are only nine leaves this year? 1.1889 0.03242 217 184 25 8
2347 Please let me know if you need some releaf. 1.1889 0.03242 217 184 25 8
2348 Ante leaf blower man. 1.1888 0.02907 233 194 34 5
2349 Impress me, Rake Boy! 1.1888 0.03092 233 197 28 8
2350 Oh, ..., ' raking ', I thought you meant ' Rei - king '. 1.1887 0.03223 212 179 26 7
2351 Are you aware they were once living things? 1.1887 0.03152 212 178 28 6
2352 I told them if they didn't like it they could leaf. 1.1887 0.03007 212 176 32 4
2353 Keep it up. Soon you’ll hear old winter’s song. 1.1887 0.03358 212 181 22 9
2354 The cover charge is 10 leaves 1.1886 0.02811 228 188 37 3
2355 Can you move it along? The line from the elm goes all the way to the maple. 1.1886 0.03073 228 192 29 7
2356 You ARE the secretary of estate. 1.1885 0.02878 260 219 33 8
2357 Five bucks for this? I see why you said you're really raking in the dough. 1.1884 0.03125 207 173 29 5
2358 Banksey,is that you? 1.1884 0.03343 207 176 23 8
2359 Sir, if I may suggest a left to right motion 1.1884 0.03125 207 173 29 5
2360 Stop recontextualizing my yard work! 1.1883 0.03051 223 187 30 6
2361 Tonight on all new 'Prison Rake'... 1.1882 0.03593 186 159 19 8
2362 When you're finished, make sure you take a bow. 1.1881 0.03162 218 184 27 7
2363 Are you sure you need a rake? 1.1881 0.03228 218 185 25 8
2364 Sorry, Frank, but this is not a fence and, if it were, it's not on the property line. 1.1878 0.03378 197 167 23 7
2365 You are way to far to the right. You need to move to the left 1.1878 0.03378 197 167 23 7
2366 I've entitled this work... "Democrats; 2018 midterms" 1.1878 0.03300 197 166 25 6
2367 I love autumn leaves, with their glorious bursts of gray, light gray, slate gray, charcoal, and smoke. 1.1878 0.03221 197 165 27 5
2368 Another week of snow? I told you global warming was just a liberal hoax. 1.1875 0.03328 208 177 23 8
2369 Crowd control barriers together with autumn leaves; always a sign winter's coming." 1.1875 0.03112 208 174 29 5
2370 Man Raking" by Banks 1.1875 0.03140 240 205 25 10
2371 They said if you stay long enough, you get to watch him push the leaves on the other neighbor’s lawn. 1.1875 0.03036 208 173 31 4
2372 Just a few more hours and you'll get your pumpkin spice latte. 1.1872 0.03214 219 186 25 8
2373 It's still early. Just wait for the Sunday matinee 1.1872 0.02942 219 182 33 4
2374 Those leaves belong to the trees behind this rope. It you touch them, you pay for them. 1.1872 0.03214 219 186 25 8
2375 My mother called; you're on the wrong side of the fence. 1.1872 0.03081 219 184 29 6
2376 Something there is that doesn't love a stanchion. 1.1872 0.03279 219 187 23 9
2377 I get that the leaves weren't a big draw this year, but you still need to pay me. 1.1872 0.02999 203 168 32 3
2378 And you wonder why I prefer winter. 1.1870 0.02856 230 191 35 4
2379 When does your collaborative interactive leaf exhibit open? 1.1870 0.02986 230 193 31 6
2380 Sir, your American Leaf Garden is a total rip-off! 1.1870 0.02986 230 193 31 6
2381 You missed the crowd this morning it was "Huge". 1.1869 0.03195 214 181 26 7
2382 I hate to say it, Mr.Gore, but it feels pretty nippy out here today. 1.1867 0.03091 225 190 28 7
2383 Let’s get these leaves picked up before the President returns. Too scientific. 1.1867 0.03397 225 195 18 12
2384 No Sir. I can not tell you when Senator Paul will be home. 1.1866 0.03098 209 175 29 5
2385 J'ai trouvé l'exhibition à l'étage séduisante mais finalement, dérivée. ("I found the exhibition upstairs seductive but ultimately, derivative") 1.1865 0.03338 193 163 24 6
2386 I spy,you missed a few 1.1864 0.03056 236 200 28 8
2387 WELL, WE'LL NEED A DEEPER SPOT FOR SHORTY. 1.1864 0.03390 220 190 19 11
2388 Let’s step it up. The trick or treaters will be here in eight hours. 1.1863 0.02820 204 167 36 1
2389 Your muck-raking days are just beginning. 1.1863 0.03219 204 172 26 6
2390 I find your performance lacking any merit in real world applications. 1.1861 0.02974 231 194 31 6
2391 Leaves me wondering what you do with the rest of your day. 1.1861 0.02974 231 194 31 6
2392 Just keep the leaves on YOUR side, Walter. We have standards! 1.1861 0.03098 231 196 27 8
2393 New York values finally come to New Hampshere. 1.1860 0.03112 215 181 28 6
2394 The harassment of conservative politicians has expanded beyond local DC restaurants. 1.1860 0.03112 215 181 28 6
2395 Waiting for Gardener 1.1860 0.03249 215 183 24 8
2396 I’ve read you find your inspiration in nature. 1.1859 0.03191 199 167 27 5
2397 For \$300.00 it's not the rake's progress I was expecting. 1.1859 0.03346 199 169 23 7
2398 Didn't expect this from a "country club", did you? 1.1857 0.03010 210 175 31 4
2399 “And you’re gonna pay for my new border stanchion.” 1.1857 0.03010 210 175 31 4
2400 You miss one to your left. 1.1857 0.03010 210 175 31 4
2401 Is fall my favorite season? What do you think? 1.1857 0.02863 237 198 34 5
2402 White Plains will NEVER be Scarsdale. 1.1857 0.02985 237 200 30 7
2403 I wish I could have a go on the leaves in the VIP area. 1.1857 0.02799 237 197 36 4
2404 When you finish that, you still won’t be able to get in. 1.1856 0.03322 194 164 24 6
2405 Do you shred them? 1.1855 0.02987 221 185 31 5
2406 Sid,I think you’re a victim of the the law of diminishing returns. 1.1855 0.02918 221 184 33 4
2407 Didn't you hear this is a red-orange-yellow carpet event? 1.1854 0.03279 205 174 24 7
2408 I'm on work release I work at my own speed 1.1853 0.03086 232 197 27 8
2409 Your audience awaits.... 1.1852 0.02956 216 180 32 4
2410 With apologies to Joni Mitchell - They took all the leaves and put em in a leaf museum... 1.1852 0.03377 189 160 23 6
2411 Yoko Ono's Suburban Period 1.1852 0.03167 216 183 26 7
2412 Do you clean up fallen stock portfolios, too? 1.1850 0.03129 227 193 26 8
2413 Your job is secure so long as seasonal changes provide fallouts! 1.1850 0.03002 227 191 30 6
2414 One word, good neighbor: MULCH 1.1850 0.03254 200 169 25 6
2415 Is it a critique of rake culture? 1.1848 0.02997 211 176 31 4
2416 Actually, I prefer Summer Stock. 1.1848 0.03284 211 180 23 8
2417 Sorry Bob, muckraking doesn't draw big crowds anymore. Now people prefer fake news. 1.1847 0.03109 222 188 27 7
2418 Why don't YOU make like a tree and leave. 1.1847 0.03043 222 187 29 6
2419 It is better than to pay condo fee. 1.1847 0.03109 222 188 27 7
2420 When Dave took a Luddite perspective on living life, his NSA agent decided to take a more hands-on approach. 1.1845 0.03074 233 198 27 8
2421 This should have been done before I arrived. 1.1844 0.03037 244 208 27 9
2422 Raking in the trickle-down profits? You're welcome. 1.1843 0.03221 217 185 24 8
2423 Yes…this does feel like a Banksy. 1.1843 0.03221 217 185 24 8
2424 Yes sir, I will leave no leaves behind. 1.1842 0.03054 228 193 28 7
2425 I love Fall, you missed one over there and over there" 1.1842 0.02924 228 191 32 5
2426 Keep 'em together Steve, yeah, that's it son, I can almost taste that Olympic gold medal." 1.1840 0.03130 212 179 27 6
2427 Your raking technique leaves much to be desired. 1.1839 0.03030 223 188 29 6
2428 I'll have to check you for mulch. 1.1839 0.03030 223 188 29 6
2429 Face it, Goldsworthy did it better...ten years ago! 1.1838 0.03121 234 200 25 9
2430 Is that rake made of teak? It doesn't look like it's made of teak. 1.1836 0.03102 207 174 28 5
2431 If you think this velvet rope would have prevented Rand Paul's broken ribs, you're sorely mistaken. 1.1836 0.03526 207 180 16 11
2432 And if anymore leaves are blown onto our property I'll come back and get personal with your knee caps. 1.1836 0.03176 207 175 26 6
2433 You stink at this but I'm not surprised, with those tiny hands. 1.1836 0.03249 207 176 24 7
2434 It's a living! 1.1835 0.03073 218 184 28 6
2435 And be sure to return that rake to your neighbor, ON TIME, Mr. Paul. 1.1835 0.03003 218 183 30 5
2436 Very nice presentation. 1.1835 0.02932 218 182 32 4
2437 He has great brush work. 1.1835 0.02932 218 182 32 4
2438 Whatever you do, don't burn the red leaves. 1.1835 0.03141 218 185 26 7
2439 If you don't want the leaves, don't put them on the list. 1.1835 0.03003 218 183 30 5
2440 Don't worry Mr. President, I'm making sure he doesn't pull that 'jumping into the pile and ruining all the work' nonsense like before. 1.1834 0.03041 229 194 28 7
2441 Nice. When you’re good, you’re good. 1.1834 0.02708 229 189 38 2
2442 It's a performance-based piece on the state of labor laws in the country. 1.1833 0.03009 240 204 28 8
2443 We’re going to rake in millions with this Banksy piece. 1.1832 0.03087 191 159 29 3
2444 He wasn't kidding about the whole "I need my personal space" thing! 1.1832 0.03300 202 172 23 7
2445 Typical lefty! 1.1831 0.03389 213 184 19 10
2446 ...and here, we have my brother Milton, in his natural habitat known as Raking Splendor ... 1.1830 0.03018 224 189 29 6
2447 I know, Karl... the leaves are just going to fall again tomorrow. 1.1830 0.02882 224 187 33 4
2448 A brilliant corollary to the spring clean-up! 1.1830 0.02928 235 198 31 6
2449 Hey,Pal, pick it up why don’t you. I gotta reservation at 7. 1.1830 0.02989 235 199 29 7
2450 One more leaf and you are done. 1.1829 0.02959 246 209 29 8
2451 A contemplative leaf garden? Ah, more original than sand. 1.1827 0.03012 208 174 30 4
2452 I ‘ve been a member of the Leaf Police for twenty years, and I know what I’m talking about! 1.1827 0.02934 208 173 32 3
2453 Next stop on the tour of life: Lonlieness 1.1827 0.03444 208 180 18 10
2454 Your velvet rope doesn't work on leaves I see. 1.1826 0.03194 219 187 24 8
2455 I never would have let you in Studio 54 with those clothes. 1.1826 0.03029 230 195 28 7
2456 OLYMPIC LEAF RAKING 1.1823 0.02973 203 169 31 3
2457 Due to budget cuts, we’ve had to opt for the seasonal red carpet this year. 1.1822 0.02806 214 177 35 2
2458 A vacuum cleaner would be faster. 1.1822 0.03032 214 180 29 5
2459 We'll have to find a way to tax this 1.1822 0.03032 214 180 29 5
2460 Pa attention to the acorns; they don't fall far from the tree. 1.1822 0.03006 225 190 29 6
2461 What makes your leaves so special ? 1.1818 0.03015 198 165 30 3
2462 I tipped the maitre de for a good view. 1.1818 0.02756 231 192 36 3
2463 Making any progress? 1.1818 0.03221 209 178 24 7
2464 What time does the next Leaf Peepers' show begin? 1.1818 0.02999 209 175 30 4
2465 May I see your ticket, please? 1.1818 0.03260 198 168 24 6
2466 Not much to see here ... I think I'll join everyone watching Frank rake. 1.1818 0.02978 220 185 30 5
2467 Here we have spooky season depression at its finest. 1.1818 0.03114 220 187 26 7
2468 Sorry, but I know a genuine Banksy when I see it. 1.1818 0.03114 220 187 26 7
2469 You are finally turning over a new leaf. 1.1818 0.03260 198 168 24 6
2470 In our movie premier, we promised no leaves were be harmed. 1.1814 0.02714 237 197 37 3
2471 Ok, you have 9 leaves and a funky almost non functioning rake plus this show biz fence thing, I'd guess your last book was a flop. 1.1814 0.03026 237 202 27 8
2472 Why are you looking so angry--that's what trees do every year! 1.1814 0.03184 226 194 23 9
2473 Alright! Now march those bad boys right over here. 1.1814 0.02789 226 188 35 3
2474 Are you actually going to do that everyday? 1.1814 0.03159 215 183 25 7
2475 Gaia says a little to the left and up 2 feet - really hard. 1.1814 0.03227 215 184 23 8
2476 This art installation is really going to rake it in. 1.1814 0.03227 215 184 23 8
2477 What I said was "This is an exclusive neighborhood - leave" 1.1814 0.03090 215 182 27 6
2478 Your wife is waiting for valet parking. 1.1814 0.03343 204 175 21 8
2479 What do you mean, " Standing Room Only?" 1.1814 0.03196 204 173 25 6
2480 Perfect time of year to tidy up shallow graves. 1.1811 0.02798 243 204 34 5
2481 Make sure it's spotless. Don Vito will be here at 4 o'clock. 1.1811 0.02858 243 205 32 6
2482 Give me a break! Must you do this every Sunday? 1.1810 0.03167 221 189 24 8
2483 You can come in after you leave. 1.1810 0.03034 221 187 28 6
2484 Local father has to take new safety precautions after claiming himself “World’s Best Raker.” 1.1810 0.03413 210 182 18 10
2485 I heard these boundary disputes can get physical. 1.1810 0.03061 210 177 28 5
2486 So that’s why they call this night club “Autumn.” 1.1807 0.02704 238 198 37 3
2487 I’m glad trees went extinct. They seemed so messy! 1.1806 0.03077 216 183 27 6
2488 The Boss said: Leave no leaf behind! 1.1806 0.03214 216 185 23 8
2489 That’s not what she meant when she said you’re a rake, nit whit! 1.1806 0.03006 216 182 29 5
2490 I am not sure why you think we need a fence between us. 1.1806 0.03006 216 182 29 5
2491 It maybe the rake now. But in a couple months I'm pretty sure we'll see you out here with the shovel. 1.1806 0.03345 216 187 19 10
2492 I should have started charging the big city peepers years ago 1.1806 0.03146 216 184 25 7
2493 Are you sorry that you made fun of my invisible leaf fence? 1.1805 0.03328 205 176 21 8
2494 I feel that the authenicity is lacking in this piece. 1.1805 0.03328 205 176 21 8
2495 Good job raking leaves, Bro. 1.1804 0.03376 194 166 21 7
2496 Nice theatrics. 1.1803 0.02931 233 197 30 6
2497 Juan got deported- my yards a mess. Any ideas...? 1.1803 0.02931 233 197 30 6
2498 Matinee crowds are the best. 1.1802 0.02738 222 184 36 2
2499 Hmmm. Somewhat derivative, A Grant Wood wannabe. 1.1802 0.02883 222 186 32 4
2500 The rake? Yes. Progress? Quite the opposite. 1.1801 0.03398 211 183 18 10
2501 How about raking up something funny while you're at it. 1.1801 0.03262 211 181 22 8
2502 Hey. Louis. Would you like to borrow my leaf blower? 1.1801 0.03121 211 179 26 6
2503 Don' mind me, sir. The IRS just sent me here to learn. 1.1800 0.03230 200 170 24 6
2504 I may have to put up with your leaves blowing onto my lawn, but you? Stay behind the rope! 1.1800 0.03382 200 172 20 8
2505 Get rid of all the evidence ASAP 1.1800 0.03382 200 172 20 8
2506 Les feuilles mortes se ramassent à la pelle Tu vois, je n'ai pas oublié Les feuilles mortes se ramassent à la pelle Les souvenirs et les regrets aussi 1.1798 0.02969 228 193 29 6
2507 After decades of shoveling bull. 1.1797 0.03200 217 186 23 8
2508 The National Park Service's proposed new special regulations are a tad excessive. 1.1795 0.03199 195 165 25 5
2509 My other celebrity clients prefer reiki. 1.1794 0.03075 223 190 26 7
2510 Men in Black 4 1.1792 0.03248 212 182 22 8
2511 Mmm...now stroke the handle. 1.1792 0.02810 240 202 33 5
2512 Rake on, dude. 1.1790 0.02825 229 192 33 4
2513 FASTER FASTER... Your not keeping up with the Jones... 1.1789 0.02909 218 183 31 4
2514 I take it this means I'm no longer on your A-List. 1.1789 0.02909 218 183 31 4
2515 YOU LOOKED MORE INTO IT LAST YEAR. 1.1787 0.03000 207 174 29 4
2516 The rake yes, the leaves yes, you - No. 1.1787 0.03030 235 201 26 8
2517 I knew I should've cast a leaf blower for this exhibit! 1.1787 0.02970 235 200 28 7
2518 TMZ left. 1.1787 0.02970 235 200 28 7
2519 I see your lips, the summer kisses.... 1.1786 0.03191 224 193 22 9
2520 Just a few more. The president insists on tight security. 1.1786 0.02929 224 189 30 5
2521 Those are just leaves you know. 1.1784 0.03234 213 183 22 8
2522 Your manifestly compulsive leaf raking may symbolize undoing regrettable personal conduct. 1.1784 0.03021 213 180 28 5
2523 When does the show start? 1.1784 0.02629 213 175 38 0
2524 Meet the first person fired for asking for a plastic straw 1.1783 0.03009 230 196 27 7
2525 Supervised work release program for first-time #MetToo offenders 1.1783 0.03193 230 199 21 10
2526 How do you like that wall now, Fred? 1.1782 0.03276 202 173 22 7
2527 With climate change, you could plant cacti and avoid leaf raking. 1.1781 0.03106 219 187 25 7
2528 I have to ask you to please drop your weapon. 1.1781 0.03106 219 187 25 7
2529 Beyond this barrier I have erected, I am helpless to prevent the leaves from my forested property finding their way to your barren yard. 1.1780 0.03318 191 163 22 6
2530 Backyard premier my butt. 1.1780 0.03136 236 204 22 10
2531 No one leaves unscathed sir. 1.1780 0.02958 236 201 28 7
2532 This is the last time we book an Air B &B for the Oscars! 1.1780 0.02958 236 201 28 7
2533 The form is so domestic 1.1780 0.02958 236 201 28 7
2534 Your film is raking in profits, I see. 1.1777 0.02850 242 205 31 6
2535 Is it a chore or is it labor? That is the Question! 1.1777 0.02909 242 206 29 7
2536 Here my neighbor examines how ennui can be meaning in an otherwise dull composition. 1.1777 0.03250 197 168 23 6
2537 My wife is going to be thrilled when she finds out I saw someone actually raking the lawn 1.1776 0.02935 214 180 30 4
2538 Perhaps "Do Not Cross-Crime Scene" tape would keep them out? 1.1776 0.03151 214 183 24 7
2539 Will that menacing kid Dennis be livening things up soon? If not, I need a refund. 1.1776 0.03220 214 184 22 8
2540 That’s my rake, Bumstead. 1.1773 0.02863 203 169 32 2
2541 This won’t do. Good neighbors need border walls. Your leaves are streaming across my yard. And as they’re your leaves, you’re going to have to pay for it. 1.1773 0.03159 220 189 23 8
2542 Do your leaves have representation? 1.1773 0.02956 220 186 29 5
2543 If you shake the tree, we'll have enough to jump in. 1.1773 0.02884 220 185 31 4
2544 I am watching you. 1.1770 0.03125 209 178 25 6
2545 This point onward is national reservation property and we'll keep the leaves right where they are, thank you. 1.1770 0.02839 243 206 31 6
2546 He lets the female gardeners right in... 1.1767 0.03273 215 186 20 9
2547 Why don't you get a blower? 1.1767 0.03206 215 185 22 8
2548 I said TAKE the cannoli. 1.1767 0.03167 232 201 21 10
2549 You're using the wrong arm again. 1.1767 0.02985 232 198 27 7
2550 And make sure you stay outside the rope ! 1.1767 0.02908 249 213 28 8
2551 Just remember that there are all kinds of rakes behind the velvet ropes. 1.1765 0.03080 221 189 25 7
2552 See, dad? I can be a performance artist 1.1765 0.03012 221 188 27 6
2553 House arrest means less leaves to rake. 1.1765 0.03171 204 174 24 6
2554 Are you searching for the perfect leaf? 1.1765 0.02874 238 202 30 6
2555 Performance art has reached its autumnal phase, I see. What's next: 'Geezer Throws Snowballs at Neighbor Kids Walking By?' 1.1765 0.03080 221 189 25 7
2556 Let's turn over a new leaf 1.1765 0.03211 221 191 21 9
2557 Aha! Even Al Gore admits the weather gets cold! 1.1762 0.03183 210 180 23 7
2558 If you were raking them up with your toes, you'd get a bigger crowd. 1.1762 0.03037 210 178 27 5
2559 I appreciate the creative license, but we asked for a literal red carpet. 1.1762 0.03117 193 163 26 4
2560 Is this where the academy awards are being held? 1.1759 0.02983 216 183 28 5
2561 Get the acorns too! 1.1759 0.03124 216 185 24 7
2562 This new art exhibit is so mundane. 1.1759 0.02910 216 182 30 4
2563 Wouldn't want to blow our cover. 1.1759 0.03124 216 185 24 7
2564 My name's Smith, Agent Smith. Not much to rake there now, is there NEO? 1.1759 0.03374 199 172 19 8
2565 Do you mind if I take a leaf?! 1.1759 0.03140 199 169 25 5
2566 a little more english to the right 1.1757 0.02861 222 187 31 4
2567 Sorry, sir. Leaf piles are for V.I.P's only. 1.1757 0.03133 222 191 23 8
2568 Alastair was amazed by the new, immersive play he was watching. "No wonder this is raking in the big bucks," he thought to himself. 1.1757 0.03000 222 189 27 6
2569 The stock market is a bust, but at least I can rake it in here. 1.1756 0.03232 205 176 22 7
2570 He's the last of his breed since they built the Wall. 1.1756 0.02838 205 171 32 2
2571 Modern art of the modern man. 1.1754 0.02948 228 194 28 6
2572 Why are you leaving me out of this? 1.1754 0.02744 228 191 34 3
2573 Drop the rake and get on the ground slowly, leaf-killer. 1.1754 0.03013 228 195 26 7
2574 Who wants to frolic in your old leaf pile, anyway? 1.1754 0.02871 211 177 31 3
2575 It may seem excessive, but he's a very hungry caterpillar. 1.1754 0.03097 211 180 25 6
2576 You can do it put your back into it and hurra. 1.1753 0.03103 194 164 26 4
2577 Welcome to the FBI - raking things under the carpet is what you do now. 1.1752 0.02835 234 198 31 5
2578 Well I hope this will help us to turn over a new leaf. 1.1752 0.02835 234 198 31 5
2579 You want spying? THIS is spying. 1.1751 0.03041 217 185 26 6
2580 You, and "what's her name", can come over now. 1.1750 0.03282 200 172 21 7
2581 We hear you've been sharing your leaves with the neighbors. We're on to you now, Buddy! 1.1750 0.03205 200 171 23 6
2582 Round ‘em up! Those are the really bad ones, dropped by the Democrats. 1.1749 0.03054 223 191 25 7
2583 No rakes allowed, hoes welcome. 1.1748 0.03290 206 178 20 8
2584 You've got the velvet rope. When do you put in the sidewalk? 1.1748 0.03066 206 175 26 5
2585 Thanks for letting me watch a real pro do his thing combining strong hands, outstanding technique, surely not least, the strength of character to keep to the schedule even for a mere handful of leaves. 1.1747 0.02870 229 194 30 5
2586 Lighten up. Those are yours - not mine. 1.1747 0.02803 229 193 32 4
2587 You forgot the red carpet. 1.1745 0.02824 235 199 31 5
2588 Work that stick, boy 1.1745 0.02887 235 200 29 6
2589 I GUESS THIS ROPE TRULY DOES GENTRIFY "GET OFF MY LAWN!!!" 1.1744 0.03413 195 169 18 8
2590 I'm sorry sir, you'll have to leaf." 1.1743 0.02901 241 206 28 7
2591 Do it over...you missed some leaves. 1.1741 0.03111 201 171 25 5
2592 Who was that upscale poet who used to say, "Good stanchions make good neighbors?" 1.1741 0.02907 224 190 29 5
2593 C'mon Pops, if you want to make it to Broadway you're gonna need a flannel shirt, more bend in the legs, and your gonna have to learn to whistle "Autumn Leaves?" 1.1739 0.03053 207 176 26 5
2594 Make it snappy. The VIP stoop opens at 8. 1.1739 0.02989 230 197 26 7
2595 Worthy of my doctorate. Tradeoff. Carbon footprint from leaf blower or you breathing hard raking. 1.1739 0.03051 230 198 24 8
2596 The longer it takes you to takes you to rake those nine leaves, the longer it will take to get back to your cell. 1.1739 0.03203 207 178 22 7
2597 If he's a paparazzo, he's being awfully L.L. Bean about it. 1.1737 0.02923 213 180 29 4
2598 Theses cover charges are getting ridiculous 1.1737 0.02998 213 181 27 5
2599 You're not doing it right, and I do not approve of your politics. 1.1737 0.03212 213 184 21 8
2600 The rake vibrates when its battery is running low. 1.1737 0.02767 213 178 33 2
2601 This would surely have to rival Picasso’s Sweeping Woman 1.1736 0.02890 242 207 28 7
2602 Are you a Whitman fan? Whenever I watch you out here, it makes me think of 'Leaves of Grass.' 1.1735 0.02945 219 186 28 5
2603 Can I get you a pumpkin spice latte from the Museum of Autumn café? 1.1735 0.03084 219 188 24 7
2604 Hurry, trees should be arriving soon to shake it up 1.1734 0.02604 248 208 37 3
2605 Here we have a fine example of kinetic sculpture from Jim’s Lawn ’n Leaf. 1.1733 0.03029 225 193 25 7
2606 Thanks for taking care of your leaves in my yard. 1.1732 0.02913 231 197 28 6
2607 Sorry, leaves, we're a very exclusive lawn. 1.1731 0.03039 208 177 26 5
2608 I see my trust in you was misplaced. I could have built a solid fence. 1.1731 0.02962 208 176 28 4
2609 Your wife has subponaed you for divorce proceedings since you're obviously raking it in. 1.1730 0.02802 237 201 31 5
2610 Rake em up! Rake em up! 1.1730 0.03046 237 205 23 9
2611 After you rake and bag the leaves,you can start to dig. 1.1730 0.02865 237 202 29 6
2612 Beyonce said no brown leaves. 1.1730 0.02865 237 202 29 6
2613 If you don't mind, I'm gonna wait here for the cherry blossoms. 1.1729 0.02910 214 181 29 4
2614 Sorry, neighbor, but I can't give you a hand. 1.1729 0.03397 214 188 15 11
2615 I call it, 'Idiot Raking.' 1.1729 0.03057 214 183 25 6
2616 Andy Warhol would have loved filming you. He could have called it LEAVES. 1.1727 0.02933 220 187 28 5
2617 How much longer do we role play warden? 1.1727 0.02833 249 213 29 7
2618 Do these pants make my ass look fat? 1.1726 0.03081 226 195 23 8
2619 We both work towards a common goal. We just have different roles. 1.1724 0.03083 203 173 25 5
2620 I want mine back. 1.1724 0.03002 203 172 27 4
2621 Just gleaning inspiration from the rake’s progress for my next op ed. 1.1724 0.02901 232 198 28 6
2622 You can learn a thing or two from city people like me. 1.1724 0.03002 203 172 27 4
2623 Tell Ma that I'll take my shoes off. 1.1724 0.02965 232 199 26 7
2624 I see you're already planning for your Mega Millions win. 1.1723 0.02791 238 202 31 5
2625 Is fall ready to start yet? 1.1723 0.02854 238 203 29 6
2626 This velvet rope is to remind you to LEAF ME ALONE. 1.1723 0.02915 238 204 27 7
2627 MoMA discovers "the Rakeist". 1.1723 0.02791 238 202 31 5
2628 Y’know, the guy at Yardis wears a tux when he rakes. 1.1722 0.02870 209 176 30 3
2629 As my character John Munch would say, you can't rake your way out of this. 1.1722 0.03034 180 151 27 2
2630 This is a really weird wax museum. 1.1721 0.02898 215 182 29 4
2631 Those should have been rose pedals for him to walk on. 1.1721 0.02898 215 182 29 4
2632 You're just encouraging all the other leaves to fall that want some special attention. 1.1721 0.02972 215 183 27 5
2633 My new leaf blower is really powerful. 1.1719 0.02920 221 188 28 5
2634 Remember, there’s no cover charge for attractive fronds. 1.1719 0.03125 221 191 22 8
2635 What makes you think that people will pay to rake your leaves, Mr. Sawyer? 1.1719 0.03125 221 191 22 8
2636 Nine leaves does not constitute a "rake". 1.1719 0.02923 192 161 29 2
2637 Addicted to blow? 1.1718 0.03131 227 197 21 9
2638 You leave me no other option. 1.1717 0.03365 198 172 18 8
2639 After you get those up, nine more are gonna fall. 1.1717 0.02825 233 198 30 5
2640 There will always be some that refuse to recognize authority. 1.1716 0.03296 204 177 19 8
2641 Seeing you rake those autumn leaves makes me want a Hoagie. 1.1716 0.03069 204 174 25 5
2642 Light gray coats are soooooo 2009. 1.1716 0.03069 204 174 25 5
2643 When I said "when someone leaves, you can come in", this isn't what I meant. 1.1715 0.02843 239 204 29 6
2644 Good show, George 1.1714 0.03012 210 179 26 5
2645 Sir, Vice President Biden is almost here. Can't you see the crowd? 1.1714 0.03087 210 180 24 6
2646 Remember to catalog each of those leaves when you're done, this yard is on the Historical Landmarks List. 1.1714 0.02936 210 178 28 4
2647 You could make better use of your time sleeping! 1.1713 0.02885 216 183 29 4
2648 So, you’re the new broom. 1.1713 0.02732 216 181 33 2
2649 Hey Mac, gotta bone saw I can borrow? 1.1713 0.03101 216 186 23 7
2650 You're going to need to lose the hat, your skinny friend is free to come in. 1.1713 0.03170 216 187 21 8
2651 You think you’re raking it in now? As your agent I’ll make money fall from the sky ... not leaves! 1.1712 0.02837 222 188 30 4
2652 “So much for a fall exhibit, this man hasn’t tripped once.” 1.1712 0.02908 222 189 28 5
2653 Hey, it’s my turn to be Tom Sawyer! 1.1711 0.03241 187 160 22 5
2654 I love using TaskRabbit for my own amusement. 1.1711 0.02791 228 193 31 4
2655 Scarlett Johansson still isn't coming. 1.1710 0.03341 193 167 19 7
2656 Dude, this is your red carpet. 1.1709 0.02814 234 199 30 5
2657 Let’s leave it to the pros. 1.1709 0.03031 199 169 26 4
2658 Careful. Each leaf backs up 1 cryptodollar. 1.1709 0.02946 199 168 28 3
2659 Your work leaves me wondering if you know what you’re doing 1.1709 0.02946 199 168 28 3
2660 How'd that leaf yard sale thing go? 1.1708 0.02769 240 204 31 5
2661 From raking it in,to raking it out 1.1707 0.03132 205 176 23 6
2662 Keep those leaves on your side Mr. Johnson. Don Jr, is having Eric over tonight. You know how skittish he is. 1.1707 0.02727 246 209 32 5
2663 Thanks but you just raked our red carpet. 1.1707 0.03207 205 177 21 7
2664 You have lousy technique 1.1707 0.02975 205 174 27 4
2665 Hurry up. The next showing of The Last Leaf is about to start. 1.1707 0.02975 205 174 27 4
2666 If you read my script, you could’ve been raking something else. 1.1707 0.03055 205 175 25 5
2667 Perhaps something in a leaf blower is more your medium. 1.1705 0.02946 217 185 27 5
2668 Excuse me, what do you represent in the world of art? 1.1704 0.02679 223 187 34 2
2669 The interactive passes were too expensive. 1.1704 0.03032 223 192 24 7
2670 man in sunglasses: average joe wanting to beat the shit out of Rand Paul the velvet rope in the way: CIVILITY 1.1704 0.03032 223 192 24 7
2671 I guess this is a Hollywood premiere New England style... 1.1703 0.02901 182 152 29 1
2672 I guess for a blowhard like you you could call this raking it in. 1.1703 0.02915 229 196 27 6
2673 I'm not sure William Hogarth would approve of your adaptation of his work. 1.1702 0.02991 235 203 24 8
2674 With the rope and that manual rake, you look like an exhibit in the Smithsonian. 1.1702 0.02929 235 202 26 7
2675 Since your retirement from Wall Street I assumed your advertised lectures on cleaning up mean the market not the yard. 1.1701 0.02821 241 206 29 6
2676 Keep at it and you just might make senior raker next year. 1.1701 0.02759 241 205 31 5
2677 I'll lend you my leaf blower if you want to blow them back over here 1.1701 0.03404 194 169 17 8
2678 When I said modern realism, this wasn't exactly what I had in mind. 1.1700 0.03017 200 170 26 4
2679 Forget the red carpet of leaves, Harry. Just go and get the gift bags ready 1.1699 0.03041 206 176 25 5
2680 Bill, I told you forty years ago NOT to plant too many trees!" 1.1699 0.03041 206 176 25 5
2681 Make sure your leaves stay within the line. 1.1698 0.03060 212 182 24 6
2682 I don't care if it's not "forestry" exactly 1.1698 0.03060 212 182 24 6
2683 Why do you think I put up the rope. 1.1697 0.02861 218 185 29 4
2684 I'm just here for the cartoons. 1.1697 0.02934 218 186 27 5
2685 Preparing for the red carpet? 1.1696 0.02884 224 191 28 5
2686 Lawn Dances: \$5 1.1696 0.02953 224 192 26 6