Auburn Tree Poisoning

February 18, 2011 by USA Post 

Auburn Tree Poisoning, The poisoning of trees Auburn ended the party on campus. Before the poisoning of trees Auburn Tiger fans were still rejoice in their national championship season. After each victory, the fans celebrated by throwing Toomer Corner toilet paper on their favorite trees. It is a tradition for decades, but the students were able to do more than ever last year. But thanks to the trees poisoned, they may need a miracle to continue this tradition much longer – and, as usual, they have Alabama at the source of their misery.
Thank you to the poisoning of trees Auburn, Toomer’s Corner specimens will be condemned to die before long. All they can do is to prolong their life, but he is said to be a futile process. As “Al Dadeville” bragged, they are not dead yet, but there is little doubt that they will die soon.
A charge of criminal mischief in connection with the poisoning of oak trees at Toomer Corner Auburn. On 27 January, a man saying he was “Al Dadeville” phoned a radio show, saying it pays herbicide around the 130-year-old oak trees are a festive scene after the sporting victories at Auburn. Ridiculous and unnecessary moments like this often result in positive changes in the thinking of supporters of both rivals. I will provide a segment of Alabama ultimately take the initiative to help restore Corner Auburn Toomer to her previous state. At least I hope so. The story of the day in college sport is still poisoning oak trees 130 years, Corner Toomer on the campus of Auburn would have been the work of the Alabama fan who named his children “Bear” and “Crimson”.
Reported by

“We’re Alabama – you cannot make this s-up,” Barkley told “Some things do happen, and people want to know why we rank 48th in education. It’s just sad. I would have felt better about it if she was a young boy. But an old man who does has nothing better to do? It’s just sad. ”

[Source: image via WWW.GADAILYNEWS.COM]

Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.