M. Phelps wrote:when i did highrise window cleaning i would encounter transmitters which were fenced off on the roof with warnings not to cross.
warnings of dangerous electromagnetic radiation
it was piece work so to get the job done i had to cross that barrier
i set up as quick as possible and got over the edge of the building
it had me thinking on the way down... i hope the persons bed is not in that corner of the room!
D.W. Stratton wrote:
There is an excellent short film called The Man Who Planted Trees. Well worth a watch.
It's done in a beautiful water color style. Such a heartening story! Makes me want to plant 100 acorns a day for 10 years.
Jennifer Richardson wrote:If we could have a do-over, what name would you use instead of "rocket mass heater?"
We got a letter from a very kind supporter who wants us to come up with a "sweet, wimpy name" for rocket mass heaters to make them sound less scary.
Paul also told me a story about an organization who refused to endorse them because they thought they literally ran on rocket fuel.
So if you were rebranding rocket mass heaters, what would you call them?
bruce Fine wrote:small wood inferno
roberta mccanse wrote:Or will I eventually need an out house?
Timothy Markus wrote:
I've got a 1500W 12V inverter that I can power from my car, though I've never had to use it. I bought it on sale for half off and it's really the cheapest way I know of to be able to run a fridge, freezer, or furnace fan (one at a time).
Brian Michael wrote:Do you guys know what would cause the locations where it was limbed to "donut" like that?
Marco Banks wrote:
Sweet potatoes and cherry tomatoes might as well he a perennial, the way they continue to volunteer year after year.