I believe your right about it being in jestpdfangus said:Never thought I would see thug mentality in the destruction of property so openly advocated on this forum....
I console myself that most are typing in jest.
I believe your right about it being in jestpdfangus said:
The "small" monthly fee by our co-op is to cover the purchase price of the yard light.pdfangus said:ga.prime said:I despise night lights. Any tips on best way to disable one? The easiest way I know is pull up close to it and shoot it with a load of buckshot, but you never know these days if you're being videotaped.
Like I said above....our yard light is from the power company....electric coop....I pay a small fee every month....if I want it gone I call them and tell them to shut it off.....I sort of like mine..in 32 years it has needed service twice.
slick4591 said:pdfangus said:
Not that it makes a big rat's a$$, but my comment stemmed from a couple youngsters back in the late 70's where the sheriff linked them up to almost 50 vapor lights shot out with a 22 rifle. I guess that's real life jest. :lol:
TSA probably won't let you anywhere near an airplane with something that pointed...Ohio Cowboy said:Shoot... if I was closer I would climb up and changing it for you. Or I'll bet I can bring my hooks as a carry on it you buy the ticket...
Dave said:It is actually above the transformer a bit. It is a bucket truck deal for sure. Either that or just go on living in the dark. I got busy yesterday doing nothing and forgot to call Idaho Power. It is on my list for today.
ga.prime said:Night lights are ok if you live in town, there's countless other lights so one more makes no difference. Don't know why anybody would want one in the wilderness, most unnatural. You can see them from unlimited distances.