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#1 Aug 13 2014 at 7:44 PM Rating: Good
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Bought it on the 2nd. Delivered to my house on the 5th.

Unfortunately I am out of town working and won't be back until the 16th (left on the 4th). But I'm looking forward to playing around and finishing my yard. Saturday night and all day Sunday I'm sure I'm going to have some fun.
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#2 Aug 13 2014 at 7:46 PM Rating: Excellent
nice! I just got this

I'm quite excited about baking two different things at the same time.

Edited, Aug 13th 2014 8:49pm by Xsarus
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#3 Aug 13 2014 at 7:47 PM Rating: Good
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Dig a moat.
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#4 Aug 13 2014 at 7:51 PM Rating: Good
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The soil is too sandy, it wouldn't work.
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#5 Aug 13 2014 at 7:57 PM Rating: Excellent
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TirithRR wrote:
The soil is too sandy, it wouldn't work.
You'll have to shore it up. Where will you keep the screaming eels if you don't have a moat?

I showed my husband the picture. He's jealous.
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Elinda wrote:
I showed my husband the picture. He's jealous.


Kubota's all but giving them away now. 0 Down, 0 APR, 5 years. And they hold their value, everything I could find used ranged from 8-10 years old and was 60-80% the cost of a new one. Time to get one :)

This is a small one, a compact model, 23HP. The full size and large models would have been too big for my property.

Edited, Aug 13th 2014 10:04pm by TirithRR
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TirithRR wrote:
Elinda wrote:
I showed my husband the picture. He's jealous.


Kubota's all but giving them away now. 0 Down, 0 APR, 5 years. And they hold their value, everything I could find used ranged from 8-10 years old and was 60-80% the cost of a new one. Time to get one :)

This is a small one, a compact model, 23HP. The full size and large models would have been too big for my property.

Obviously you were never a fan of Home Improvement...
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This is a small one, a compact model, 23HP. The full size and large models would have been too big for my property.

Obviously you were never a fan of Home Improvement...

Tim Allen showed me what NOT to do as a home owner. Smiley: nod
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#9 Aug 14 2014 at 9:07 AM Rating: Good
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Very nice Smiley: smile I got this toy
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for making jump rings and getting a disk cutter deliver on the 18th.
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#10 Aug 14 2014 at 9:33 AM Rating: Excellent
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Dig a moat.
Naw think big, I bet the neighbors' house could be in pieces before they get home from work.
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#11 Aug 14 2014 at 11:27 AM Rating: Good
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I thought about yard work, but then I remembered that I live in the city, and yard work would require a jackhammer.

God, I love concrete.
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God, I love concrete.
It's a jungle out there.
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#13 Aug 14 2014 at 12:39 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah... you've never looked up Denmark on Google Earth, have you? Nothing is a jungle here.

This is looking north from Times Square::
https://www.google.dk/maps/place/Times+Square/@40.7428547,-73.9848313,339a,20y,82.45t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x89c25855c6480299:0x55194ec5a1ae072e

This is looking north from our version of Times Square:
https://www.google.dk/maps/place/R%C3%A5dhuspladsen/@55.6579413,12.567216,354a,20y,82.96t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x4652530dfbdd1e99:0x2717b01caaedfd10
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Yeah... you've never looked up Denmark on Google Earth, have you? Nothing is a jungle here.

Woosh brought on by cultural differences.

"Concrete Jungle" is a term used describe a dangerous urban area. An out-dated term at that; I think it mainly saw use in the 70's and 80's in response to New York City's crime problems.

You mentioned concrete, Elinda made a play off it, etc. Shame on you for not being familiar with old American slang.

In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".

Edited, Aug 14th 2014 1:51pm by Jophiel
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#15 Aug 14 2014 at 12:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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Jophiel wrote:
In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".
Awww! You totally ruined it. Smiley: frown
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Mazra wrote:
Yeah... you've never looked up Denmark on Google Earth, have you? Nothing is a jungle here.

No, I've not looked up Denmark on Google Earth. But the comment was in reference to Bob Marley's Concrete Jungle. See, now I gotta post a video.


Funny though, I had spent time this morning looking at Amsterdam and all it's floating homes/floating communities (we've a new 'floating home' manufacturer in our state but no regs over-seeing these homes that are just starting to pop up on our lakes).

We'll all be moving in with Aethien when sea-level rise drives us off our chunk of rock. Smiley: clown



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Jophiel wrote:
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In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".

Edited, Aug 14th 2014 1:51pm by Jophiel
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Jophiel wrote:
In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".
Awww! You totally ruined it. Smiley: frown

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At least it wasn't guns and roses.
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Funny though, I had spent time this morning looking at Amsterdam and all it's floating homes/floating communities (we've a new 'floating home' manufacturer in our state but no regs over-seeing these homes that are just starting to pop up on our lakes).

We'll all be moving in with Aethien when sea-level rise drives us off our chunk of rock. Smiley: clown
Boat homes in Amsterdam are obscenely expensive, they're essentially $500,000+ floating mobile homes.

And god forbid the Dutch football team win something, last time that happened the team went on a boat tour of the city and a whole bunch of boat homes were sunk by people climbing onto them to see the new heroes.
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someproteinguy wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".
Awww! You totally ruined it. Smiley: frown
Yeah, Joph ruined the fun and games.
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Jophiel wrote:
Woosh brought on by cultural differences.

"Concrete Jungle" is a term used describe a dangerous urban area. An out-dated term at that; I think it mainly saw use in the 70's and 80's in response to New York City's crime problems.

You mentioned concrete, Elinda made a play off it, etc. Shame on you for not being familiar with old American slang.


The Asphalt Jungle is a movie from the 50's, so I guess the phrase is old.

Anyway, I did recognize the reference. We use the 'asphalt jungle' variant here, although we also use the term about any urban area without greenery, regardless of the crime levels and such. My reply was a reference to us not having concrete jungles because hah-hah, Denmark is tiny, hah-hah. Yeah, I know... Smiley: disappointed

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In before Youtube embed of "Welcome to the Jungle".
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But the comment was in reference to Bob Marley's Concrete Jungle.




At least, that's the oldest song I know with the phrase "it's a jungle out there" in it.

Edit: Darn double-quotes messing up my layout.

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I like the Kubotas. I'd like to get a mini excavator, but it would really be affectation for our 1/3rd of an acre yard.
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That thing is about as large as my entire "yard". Larger if we count only the portions of it which aren't covered by concrete. Although I could almost use the darn thing right now. Apparently, the previous owner put in some kind of plastic sheeting, a layer of bark and sod, and a layer of plants have grown on top of that (and now overgrown). I was trying to rip out the foliage that was growing along the wall only to find that there weren't any individual plants, just one big freaking mass. Pulling it up actually pulled up the whole sod layer (well, a corner of it). I'm reasonably certain I saw a row of red brick paving stones underneath, so who the **** knows what else is under there? I decided to just go inside and get a beer and haven't messed with it since (cause that's just how I roll!).

I'm thinking my lazy **** will just hire someone to tear it up someday. Someday...
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I'm thinking my lazy **** will just hire someone to tear it up someday.

They don't count as illegals if you employ them. We know how it works.
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I built some new parts for the little 3d printer, does that count?
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