Little old ladies can be so thrifty. We have a few streets that are basically lined with little old lady customers. By themselves, they would not be profitable at all. But because they are in a row, we bang them out really quick and the profit is actually better than a large scale yard. Anyways, I went back to our garden tonight. We are polluted with tomatos. We picked 78 tomatos just tonight. So I told Matt, we got to give them to some of our customers. So he decides to call the little old ladies. It will be easy dropping them off. All in a row. The first lady he calls, he explains that we have a lot of tomatos, we'd like to give her some, blah blah blah and so on, and she says, "Well I don't know. How much are they?" It's getting bad. Our customers are thinking we are resorting to high pressure tomato sales :blob4: So in conclusion, for any new guys just starting out, it's probably best not to target little old ladies for new customers unless you are lining up a bunch of them. They tend to hold onto their wallet.