Eagles are looking ugly tonight. I’m going to bed.
“You may not be responsible for causing what happens to you, but you are responsible for what you do to correct it.” – Michael Durst
I’m going to put this up on Craigslist soon but figured I’d let friends know about it first.
I’m moving and in the process of cleaning out my shed. Here’s your chance to get a hold of some great outdoor tools for cheap.
- Echo GT-200R Gas powered trimmer $50
- Ariens ST8 2 stage snow blower $500 OBO
- Leaf blower $25 Beat up
- Craftsman 20 inch mower $25
- Lawn Claw great for pulling weeds $20
- Scotts Spreader $15 RL
- Flomaster sprayer – $15
- Wheel barrel – $20
- Frisker branch trimmer $20 Homelite chainsaw (needs chain) $20
- Axe – $10
- Shop broom $10
You can see pics of the stuff in this Flickr gallery.
I went to the grocery store today to buy ribs for a cookout. I generally like to buy ribs with the back membrane peeled away so I don’t have to go through the effort of doing it while prepping.
I haven’t purchased ribs from this grocery store before so I ask the butcher.
“Do the ribs have the membrane still attached to the back of the ribs?”, I ask.
To which the butcher repiles, “I have no idea. People ask me that all the time and I don’t know what they are talking about.”
If you don’t know what the membrane is and customers continue to ask about it then it’s your job to find out.
It doesn’t matter what field you work in. The only way to consistently knock it out of the park is to be hungry for knowledge.
Oh, and for the curious, here’s the deal with the membrane.