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It was late summer when the tree rebellion began, their huge trunks pitched onto cars, houses and joggers.
“It appears our leafy friends have finally had enough of clear cutting, burning firewood, using them for everything from our houses to picking our teeth,” a spokesman for the Nature Conservancy raved.
“Trees are living beings. We shouldn’t be exploiting them.”
Humans reacted with anger, going on rampages with chain saws. The remaining trees were unable to escape their herbicidal frenzy. When the last chain saw was shut down, the country was bare as Easter Island.
Then the kudzu war began.