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Church, Google, and Love: Reese St Dearing St Waddell St Waddell St Tree That Owns Itself Directions Write a review The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base. Wikipedia Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States Reviews 4.3 6 Google reviews otteroftheworld My parents live in this town and the city legally can't tear the tree down to build or anything because the tree has its own legal rights and they can't do anything about it. vnicent how does. how does this happen. how DID this happen giraffepoliceforce love this story because this guy in the early 1800's had so many great childhood memories of this tree and wanted to make sure it was protected no matter what. So he deeded the ownership of the tree to itself and everyone just went with it. Then in 1942 this intense windstorm came and knocked the tree over. And people were bummed. But someone had saved an acorn from the original tree, so they planted that and now Son of the Tree That Owns Itself is over 50 feet tall. And since this new tree is technically the offspring of the original tree it's considered to have legally inherited the plot of land it's inhabiting Two generations of trees owning land is amazing and if you don't think this is the coolest thing get right out of my face. S Hull St S Hu Florida Ave N Newton St S Finley St pe St S Pope St N Church St S Harris St Wholesome treeeeeeeeeeee
Church, Google, and Love: Reese St
 Dearing St
 Waddell St
 Waddell St
 Tree That Owns Itself
 Directions
 Write a review
 The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have
 legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base.
 Wikipedia
 Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States
 Reviews
 4.3
 6 Google reviews
 otteroftheworld
 My parents live in this town and the city legally
 can't tear the tree down to build or anything
 because the tree has its own legal rights and
 they can't do anything about it.
 vnicent
 how does. how does this happen. how DID this happen
 giraffepoliceforce
 love this story because this guy in the early 1800's had so
 many great childhood memories of this tree and wanted to
 make sure it was protected no matter what. So he deeded
 the ownership of the tree to itself and everyone just went
 with it.
 Then in 1942 this intense windstorm came and knocked
 the tree over. And people were bummed. But someone had
 saved an acorn from the original tree, so they planted that
 and now Son of the Tree That Owns Itself is over 50 feet
 tall.
 And since this new tree is technically the offspring of the
 original tree it's considered to have legally inherited the
 plot of land it's inhabiting
 Two generations of trees owning land is amazing and if
 you don't think this is the coolest thing get right out of my
 face.
 S Hull St
 S Hu
 Florida Ave
 N Newton St
 S Finley St
 pe St
 S Pope St
 N Church St
 S Harris St
Wholesome treeeeeeeeeeee

Wholesome treeeeeeeeeeee

Funny, Love, and Parents: Reese St Dearing St Waddell St Tree That Owns Itself Write a review The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base Wikipedia Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States Reviews 4.3 ★★★★ナ6Google reviews otteroftheworld My parents live in this town and the city legally can't tear the tree down to build or anything because the tree has its own legal rights and they can't do anything about it. vnicent how does. how does this happen. how DID this happen giraffepoliceforce I love this story because this guy in the early 1800's had so many great childhood memories of this tree and wanted to make sure it was protected no matter what. So he deeded the ownership of the tree to itself and everyone just went with it. Then in 1942 this intense windstorm came and knocked the tree over. And people were bummed. But someone had saved an acorn from the original tree, so they planted that and now Son of the Tree That Owns Itself is over 50 feet tall And since this new tree is technically the offspring of the original tree it's considered to have legally inherited the plot of land it's inhabiting Two generations of trees owning land is amazing and if you don't think this is the coolest thing get right out of my face. Trees have rights too! Great read if you have the time via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2xDsk21
Funny, Love, and Parents: Reese St
 Dearing St
 Waddell St
 Tree That Owns Itself
 Write a review
 The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have
 legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base
 Wikipedia
 Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States
 Reviews
 4.3 ★★★★ナ6Google reviews
 otteroftheworld
 My parents live in this town and the city legally
 can't tear the tree down to build or anything
 because the tree has its own legal rights and
 they can't do anything about it.
 vnicent
 how does. how does this happen. how DID this happen
 giraffepoliceforce
 I love this story because this guy in the early 1800's had so
 many great childhood memories of this tree and wanted to
 make sure it was protected no matter what. So he deeded
 the ownership of the tree to itself and everyone just went
 with it.
 Then in 1942 this intense windstorm came and knocked
 the tree over. And people were bummed. But someone had
 saved an acorn from the original tree, so they planted that
 and now Son of the Tree That Owns Itself is over 50 feet
 tall
 And since this new tree is technically the offspring of the
 original tree it's considered to have legally inherited the
 plot of land it's inhabiting
 Two generations of trees owning land is amazing and if
 you don't think this is the coolest thing get right out of my
 face.
Trees have rights too! Great read if you have the time via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2xDsk21

Trees have rights too! Great read if you have the time via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2xDsk21

America, Animals, and Cars: glumshoe glumshoe glumshoe glumshoe Lyft driver: "Your name, is Slavic? Me too. Bulgarian. I drive fast for you, brother." Now he's waxing philosophical about the Ottoman Empire imperialism, and human nature. "Humans? We are the most dangerous animal. Other animals, they kill when they need to We kill when we think we need to. It is not the same" He just monologued about climate change and the military industrial complex, and the difficulty of having a Balkan identity when every Balkan country changes hands "every twenty years". "Our history is getting swallowed by the biggest fish, and that fish getting swallowed by the next biggest fish, and so on." He had so many more gems. We compared family names, realized that his daughter shares my grandfather's name (the feminine version), and then he started talking about The Old Country. The city where he grew up had a population of 300, and the population of his whole country could fit inside Chicago. He came here twenty years ago seeking a better life, but "everything in America is too big, the cars, the problems, the inequality" He pointed to his phone and called it "stupid little computer" that's meant to control his life, not to improve it, and how the world is getting steadily worse and the little people can't do anything about it. He told me to continue my studies so that I don't grow up to work in the service industry and can instead try to stop the concentration of power into the hands of corrupt people. Then he shrugged and said, "But who knows? Can anyone do it? I don't know if it's possible." I tipped him 25% You just met an Old God Paging Neil Gaiman
America, Animals, and Cars: glumshoe
 glumshoe
 glumshoe
 glumshoe
 Lyft driver: "Your name, is Slavic? Me too. Bulgarian. I
 drive fast for you, brother."
 Now he's waxing philosophical about the Ottoman Empire
 imperialism, and human nature. "Humans? We are the most
 dangerous animal. Other animals, they kill when they need to
 We kill when we think we need to. It is not the same"
 He just monologued about climate change and the military industrial
 complex, and the difficulty of having a Balkan identity when every
 Balkan country changes hands "every twenty years". "Our history is
 getting swallowed by the biggest fish, and that fish getting
 swallowed by the next biggest fish, and so on."
 He had so many more gems. We compared family names, realized that
 his daughter shares my grandfather's name (the feminine version), and
 then he started talking about The Old Country. The city where he grew up
 had a population of 300, and the population of his whole country could fit
 inside Chicago. He came here twenty years ago seeking a better life, but
 "everything in America is too big, the cars, the problems, the inequality"
 He pointed to his phone and called it "stupid little computer" that's meant
 to control his life, not to improve it, and how the world is getting steadily
 worse and the little people can't do anything about it. He told me to
 continue my studies so that I don't grow up to work in the service industry
 and can instead try to stop the concentration of power into the hands of
 corrupt people. Then he shrugged and said, "But who knows? Can
 anyone do it? I don't know if it's possible."
 I tipped him 25%
 You just met an Old God
Paging Neil Gaiman

Paging Neil Gaiman