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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Sena industrial in Gear Forum
    Deva got to try mine when he came up here. He knows what he is getting into ;)
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    Chain tools and saw parts can be found on counters, table and pockets
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  • gf beranek's Avatar
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    Ah, the possibilities are endless. Nice composition. The lighting was good. Speaking of, Jed Smith Redwoods arrives tomorrow, by next week you'll receive a parcel. Thanks, Mario!
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    gf beranek replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    You're a hopeless romantic, August.
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    Terri has picked up on critiquing the finer details of residential treework, and timber falling, and all the issues that go with both, and lately she's gaining a sharp-eye with plant ID. That helps me a lot, I'll tell you. When I was working Terri never complained about the saw chips in my pockets, socks and cuffs. Oh, I found a goody. Now, the gals of past, that did complain about it... well, they're gone.
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    Scary. Glad she is all right. I always worry with the animals we have. And Lilly is the one that always seems to get hurt.
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    August Hunicke replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    Yeah Cory...he didn't wanna be on cam. There's a time to be oblivious to the camera but also a time to talk to the audience and make them feel...there. This is my repeated annoying signature.
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    August Hunicke replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    https://youtu.be/CpCU-FN3nTM This is my repeated annoying signature.
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  • CurSedVoyce's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Need a special case price. Wonder if it has compatability with a situational awareness attachment
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  • kevin bingham's Avatar
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    so do we all. nothing going to happen over night. we have to get ready for it. we need to keep our oil in the ground for when we need it. we cant go on wasting it all recklessly. we got to tighten up the ship and get effecient, spewing oil all over the place just cause we got it is wastefull. better to have wealth and live like you dont than to just blow the whole wD as quickly as you can. we need to slow the extraction down, not full speed ahead.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    https://www.pri.org/stories/2016-03-15/us-has-lot-learn-cuba-about-sustainable-agriculture. this is interesting and this is not meant to ne an argument for fidel and the castros who i think are pretty messed up in the head.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    i agree. I think of all the mexican farmers that had to leave their farms because of subsidized midwest corn an NAFTA. all of those people are now dependent on a fragile global supply system. my feeling is that we need to get people back on the land and growing food BEFORE the rug gets pulled out from under our feet. the pain may be mitigated to some degree. there is a lot to be learned from the way cuba responded when the soviet union fell apart. they avoided a full scale famine with a bit of creativity. they are now global leaders in sustainable and local farming techniques.
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    This one is only 2wd, seems geared too high for bigger loads. I would like it better in 4wd. But it is a nice build https://youtu.be/ISVlq8U2-go https://youtu.be/wex_w-BjtEw
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  • kevin bingham's Avatar
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    This is a values and education problem. Not a space or energy problem. Most people currently find getting your hands dirty beneath them. Tear up the lawns, grow food. Problem solved.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    theres no money in it. These pictures are actually from two summers ago and one kid ago. Last summer we scaled back to just a family garden and only herbs and flowers for market. Vegetables people want for nothing. Flowers and specialty herbs are better to make the work worth the time.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    We don't have any chickens right now because of the wild dogs. but we are planning for spring again. A buddy of mine has a fish farm in Detroit and another has milking goats we get milk from. It is my believe that cities can be far more sustainable than they currently are and pretty efficiently as well.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    thats why we have Singing Tree Garden. We grows our own too!
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Im not sure i trust the canuks any more than the Venezuelans or russians when it comes to oil hustling. they are all one big mafia anyway.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    I would think it would be much harder to live in a rural area with igh gas prices. I dont know. high oil prices might make us less inclined to turn it into one use plastic shit that chokes us. More jobs, less plastic, less crap. farmers wouldnt have to compete with the other hemisphere for customers as it wouldnt be as practical to import new zealand lamb. I think it would solve a lot of problems. Id tax the shit out of it if i were dictator. I would have a lot of fun with my treeservice with expense oil. I have a bunch of ideas that are only worth it with pricey gas.
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    kevin bingham replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    its not even our oil, its canadas dirty shit. we are just giving them a route so they can sell it. maybe we should pay more for oil and hire more people. At what point is it more worth it to hire a dude and a wheelbarrow than a run a mini loader? i would love to see expensive gas.
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  1. hey Gerry thanks for writing such a great book, I keep it around me all day. as a new guy starting out it has provided me with help and advice when I needed it so thanks again. see ya around Zayen
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    2- I'm getting inquiries from people wanting to climb the redwoods. I think you saw a thread from a trip where i took some people up...but these are up in the state parks where, as you know, climbing is prohibited, Any suggestions for some private land where the owner would let me earn money on their property? I'd be glad to pay, of course...

    Hope all is well...

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    I wanted to write and thank you again for setting the whole rec climb up. I'm really looking forward to meeting you.

    I know you closed the number of people several weeks ago so I feel bad for asking - a very close friend who lives in Portland is thinking about driving down to see me while I'm in humboldt and I told her I would have to check with you first to make sure it is okay. I am camping nearby but I would want to hang out with her so I was writing to ask permission if she could tag along with us.

    If that doesn't work, no problems at all Jerry. See you soon~!

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