I read a few comments in another thread regarding round-up bombs and grass seed bombs as possible revenge tactics on customers who wronged you in some way. I wanted to make a few comments on this thinking. For one, revenge is almost always a bad idea. Your time and mental energy is wasted on something totally unproductive and you don't acheive your desired results. Personally, I believe in God's law of cause and effect. Some people call it Yin / Yang. Whatever. Point is, I believe people will get what's coming to them regardless of whether you give it to them or not. But some people don't have that kind of faith. So.... If you feel you MUST get revenge and do it in a destructive way, at least don't be so stupid as to do something regarding landscaping. I mean, Round-up bombs? "Gee, I wonder which of the people I pissed off threw an herbicide in my yard. Hmmm..." It makes you the obvious culprit. Instead, do something that isn't related to landscaping. Buy some fox urine (sold at sporting and hunting stores) and inject it into their car door with a surrenge. They'll be smelling that for months wondering where it's coming from! No, just kidding. Anyway. Point is, revenge is no good. It lowers us to their level. And although I've felt these same feelings (evil thoughts of cassaron bombs still enter my mind from time to time and I've seriously pondered the fox urine idea), I have never acted on them. I don't believe the destruction of another person's property makes things right. Next time you feel like this, give it a month and see if you still feel the same. My revenge to all of the people who abused us, took advantage of us, or wronged us in some way, is to become the best and most well-respected landscape company in the area. All the while, them knowing we'll never work for them. I had one client who screwed us over one year. Then had the nerve to call us next spring for service again. I politely told her that we would not be working for her again. We still work for most of her neighbors and they are very pleased with our work. I love driving by that house. I get a big grin every time!