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For most of my adult life, I’ve bought into the “balance of nature” thing, perhaps ignited by reasonable absorption of elementary school “book learnin’” about plants, oxygen, carbon dioxide, tides and other stuff. Now, I’m ready to “sell back” a long-held supposition that squirrels and acorns come out generally even on matters of supply and demand. Hogwash. When we moved to our Burleson, TX, home 17 years ago, we gave little thought to the name of our neighborhood: Oak Valley. Dreams gravitated toward stately trees adding positively to our front yard. We should have been more concerned about too many leaves and ...

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