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Yesterday 05:24 PM
harposrepair Around here they're called gumballs. I did some volunteer work at the local courthouse helping the custodian and he had me outside raking up all those gumballs all over the courtyard. Just on one corner of the courtyard we filled three 50 gal. drums to take to the city yard waste dump to get burned. If I'm ever asked to do that again I'll make sure I have other plans. Those things are harder to rake than leaves.
Yesterday 04:26 PM
boothboy
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I guess many have twisted and snapped their ankles stepping on them things then...

Are you always looking down when you walk around?
I ALWAYS keep my eyes to the ground! That's why I have lumps on top of my head.

BB



(stinking lamp post!)
Yesterday 04:22 PM
Too Many Projects Let me guess, it's an imported plant from years ago that people thought were nice decoration and now they have taken over the native species and proliferate like mice.

We have European Buckthorn for that.
Yesterday 02:07 PM
123pugsy
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You have to pay attention yes. These are dead so they are browning quite a bit and stand out. But the green ones, while on a lawn or something, they are hiding. I just picked one up and tried to crush it, even these old dead ones won't crush. I would be willing to bet a fresh one would hold something crazy like a hundred pounds without breaking.

Brian
Sure looks like something you wouldn't want your bare feet touching...
Yesterday 01:36 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
I guess many have twisted and snapped their ankles stepping on them things then...

Are you always looking down when you walk around?
You have to pay attention yes. These are dead so they are browning quite a bit and stand out. But the green ones, while on a lawn or something, they are hiding. I just picked one up and tried to crush it, even these old dead ones won't crush. I would be willing to bet a fresh one would hold something crazy like a hundred pounds without breaking.

Brian
Yesterday 01:22 PM
123pugsy
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It's from a plant, commonly called "ankle breaker." These things are HARD and they are all over the street and sidewalk where I work.


Brian
I guess many have twisted and snapped their ankles stepping on them things then...

Are you always looking down when you walk around?
Yesterday 12:20 PM
MARTINSR
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Run-away sea urchin ???
It's from a plant, commonly called "ankle breaker." These things are HARD and they are all over the street and sidewalk where I work.


Brian
Yesterday 12:11 PM
boothboy
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I had a problem with the wipers on my Rambler on the way to work, I found the problem.

Brian
Trapped Hedgehog.

BB
Yesterday 11:51 AM
Too Many Projects
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I had a problem with the wipers on my Rambler on the way to work, I found the problem.

Brian
Run-away sea urchin ???
Yesterday 11:05 AM
MARTINSR I had a problem with the wipers on my Rambler on the way to work, I found the problem.

Brian
01-22-2017 10:02 PM
harposrepair 1.) & hideous? | 2.) , , , & blasphemy? | 3.) caution?
01-21-2017 10:26 PM
tech69 we always wonder how those welds would hold up in a wreck and I can safely say that they do not hold up at all. Where I live we have the largest Ukrainian population in the country and on Recycle road or Salvage Row, they have plenty of car parts and chunks of cars. Combine the two and you have a bunch of unsafe cars on the road. We get em once in a while. Soon as we spot it we tear it apart quickly to see what it would take to take all that crap out but without going too far cause they are insurance jobs. The insurance companies and customer pay usually don't want to pay. That's when we give them the contact info to BAR. If it's an Ukrainian guy he won't turn in his cousin. Seen it lots a couple years ago.

btw, when you tear those down you see rust attacking the welds, welds being ripped right out, and holes enlarged in panels to make up for a cockeyed car. Brutal what people do.
01-21-2017 10:03 PM
MARTINSR WOW twice.

Brian
01-21-2017 08:48 PM
Rodnit Really?

https://youtu.be/hqK61IduSEI
01-19-2017 11:06 AM
Rodnit https://youtu.be/hMnZzrL41Qo
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