Randy Gibson

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On an electric car, by the time you mine the copper etc, smelt the lead, transport said materials to China etc for further processing,
and manufacture of finished components ship the finished components to the factory that assembles the electric car you are way upside
down in your carbon footprint. The electric car may last 10 years, then you have to dispose of the used batteries. Over the gathering materials.
building and shipping, the Pruis leaves a much larger footprint than a full size hummer. The study and facts are out there, google is your friend,
this time.  I do not approve of any current powered vehicles for mass transportation.
9 hours ago
She is plenty strong, just vertically challenged. lol Thank you for the input.
2 weeks ago
My daughter is too short to get a full stroke with the 36" handle. new on is ~$75.00 from simple pumps. I do not want to cut my ~$100.00
36" handle if I do not have to.
2 weeks ago
Did you ever sell this?
2 weeks ago
We are not seeing any snakes, toads or lizards either. We have always found many small reptiles around here before.
We have been clearing "dead-fall" etc but there is plenty of shelter and rocks etc here. We are in a very rugged area that
is prone to wildfires if controlled burns are not done seasonally. Going through the woods moving logs etc, no reptiles
but plenty of assorted bugs. S.E. Oklahoma, Kiamichi mountain range.
1 month ago
Where are you located? I have the perfect place, also needing someone to watch the end with, as is my daughter.
Your lifestyle and views match ours to a "T" here out in the sticks.
2 months ago
I won't even think about buying a battery operated tool. Such waste and they are never charged when you need them.
5 months ago
I bought a pair of "Bond" loppers at least 5 years ago for $12.95 at Atwoods, they still work fine and use abuse the heck out of them.
the trick is not letting them twist when you are applying cutting force.

Amazon has them for $19.95
5 months ago