The Pankian Metaphor 3117
They provide a service. Actually, more than one. They clean up maple seed and other nuts. During the winter, they knock off the ice and snow from power lines. They also plant trees. Nobody has to pay money for new trees if they let squirrels do their jobs.
One would think that saying "hardware cloth" without all the specs attached to the noun would completely describe the item to people who deal with this stuff during their working hours.
The Pankian Metaphor 3119
So? It takes about a second to transmit. Compare that to some 18k signatures (mostly...
I still don't understand why none of these men could connect installation with the solution of a problem that hadn't happened yet.
In this case it won't be into the attic. This is an addition without the regular top to it. From the directional sounds of the chewing, they'll enter the place that has my -10 Notebook set.
That's one thing I miss hearing out here in city slicker country. WBZ used to have the farm report at 5:nn in the mornings. The don't anymore.
My Dad used to buy futures in coal; his family was the supplier of coal and seed for the area. While I was a child, talk about grain and meat futures was a common topic.
The Pankian Metaphor 3118
I think you don't understand the trades. Not that I presume to either- but having been under the foot of my wife with her trying to flog along the renovations I can...