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Caustic Burno

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Jogeephus":37nd37rm said:
Its cold out there but have you given any thought to the wood you are burning in your fireplace?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBb9O-aW4zI

Horse shyt I have been making firewood by hand longer than he has been alive.
You can sell an American anything I have been burning hand crafted firewood as fast as the Mrs can throw another log on.
 

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Jogeephus":1ur6jsvg said:
Its cold out there but have you given any thought to the wood you are burning in your fireplace?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBb9O-aW4zI

:lol: :lol: :lol: , I'm switching firewood, only organic, hand trimmed fire wood in my stove now....... is fire wood gluten free? If it is I want it! He takes time to trim the wood with nail scissors, that's the wood for me!
 

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I've burned a lot of firewood but none that has been polished with a tooth brush and clipped with nail scissors before. The whole point of firewood is heat not looks. This guy is a :dunce: and needs some :help: .
 

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farmerjan":1r09422q said:
WOW SERIOUSLY that's almost as good as the post about marshmallows on the trees.... :???: :???: :???:
BTW - They are frozen hard as a rock right now.
 

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Alan":2xlzit4k said:
Jogeephus":2xlzit4k said:
Its cold out there but have you given any thought to the wood you are burning in your fireplace?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBb9O-aW4zI

:lol: :lol: :lol: , I'm switching firewood, only organic, hand trimmed fire wood in my stove now....... is fire wood gluten free? If it is I want it! He takes time to trim the wood with nail scissors, that's the wood for me!

Its guaranteed to be whatever you want it to be. At least that is how my artisanal firewood is. It burns hotter, burns cleaner and emits only pure organic greenhouse gases which will not cause global warming. ;-)
 

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Jogeephus":2b9cctmf said:
Alan":2b9cctmf said:
Jogeephus":2b9cctmf said:
Its cold out there but have you given any thought to the wood you are burning in your fireplace?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBb9O-aW4zI

:lol: :lol: :lol: , I'm switching firewood, only organic, hand trimmed fire wood in my stove now....... is fire wood gluten free? If it is I want it! He takes time to trim the wood with nail scissors, that's the wood for me!

Its guaranteed to be whatever you want it to be. At least that is how my artisanal firewood is. It burns hotter, burns cleaner and emits only pure organic greenhouse gases which will not cause global warming. ;-)

What I really want is free range firewood, but can't get my mind wrapped around how that works.
 

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Alan":3soxvueb said:
What I really want is free range firewood, but can't get my mind wrapped around how that works.

Nothing to it really. All you need do is chase tornadoes and catch the sticks before they hit the ground. The purists use a lasso but you could use a butterfly net. I hear some ride unicorns while collecting them.
 

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Jogeephus":2eal3qrl said:
Alan":2eal3qrl said:
What I really want is free range firewood, but can't get my mind wrapped around how that works.

Nothing to it really. All you need do is chase tornadoes and catch the sticks before they hit the ground. The purists use a lasso but you could use a butterfly net. I hear some ride unicorns while collecting them.

Gives a whole new meaning to not being "quite right" :? :cry2: :bang:
 

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farmerjan":10oi9636 said:
Jogeephus":10oi9636 said:
If you haven't tried this water you haven't tasted freedom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUv7NQelex0

Everyone wants their minute....I sure wouldn't hire someone that went to this extreme..YUK

I know a guy who is this detail oriented. You can't say he isn't a hard worker but he gets nothing done. He drops by sometimes and is just amazed at what I get done and the changes I've made to the farm. He recently spent a whole summer putting up a quarter mile of fence. A whole summer! I will say it was in perfect alignment and each post was set to the exact same depth - give or take maybe a millimeter. I know I shouldn't have done it but I'm an evil person and couldn't help myself but I asked him why his wire was a little crooked and not parallel. (though it wasn't) The concerned look on his face was priceless. I left him with that thought because I had to leave before I wet myself. As said, I am a bad person.

A week or so later he saw me and told me I was wrong. I'm pretty sure he spent a week with a tape measure and measuring every wire and every post.
 

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hurleyjd":2uk77teb said:
How come Noah did not like unicorns.

Wasn't that at all. They just hovered around the arc didn't they? Having them onboard would have posed a safety issue.
 
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