Trace Oswald wrote:
John Wolfram wrote:Those redbud trees cost all of thirty cents each.
Do you have a source available? I would love to put in a lot of Eastern Redbuds. They are pretty great trees for pollinators, and for feeding birds, as well as just being beautiful trees.
Trace Oswald wrote:Are new elements hard to believe?
Su Ba wrote:The past 15 years we have have lived with vog....volcanic acidic air, and acid rain. And for 3 months lived in the volcanic output of an active eruption, basicallyl super vog. Everything metal on our farm suffered, including the roof. Now that the volcano has shutdown and appears to be in a pause we plan to take the opportunity to replace the roof. What will we replace it with? The exact same system.
Why not the hidden seam roofing mentioned here? For one thing, it costs a lot more. That's an important issue. And we haven't seen a problem with the screwed down method. No, it doesn't leak at the screw heads. No, we haven't had to tighten down the screws every five years. No, we haven't had to apply roof tar to the screw heads. And we can install it ourselves, a major plus. We will save thousands of dollars using this roof type and doing it ourselves. Frankly, we don't have thousands of dollars to just give away to others.
Travis Johnson wrote:I could be wrong, but I think the best thing to do here is incorporate into an LLC which might eliminate the need for insurance. Anyone who sued (which is not likely) would thus not be able to get your home and property, which is what could happen if you weren't.
Jarret Hynd wrote:My science/math teacher had told us that once in awhile some investment groups would buy every combination of tickets when the lottery prize had accumulated after not being won for several weeks. I'd say that's the only way to stack the deck in your favour when it comes to the lotto, and it's not really achievable with individuals.
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