37 comments on “Be Brave For Tomorrow We Burn!

  1. Well it’s nice to see you handled all your frustrations in a constructive manner. Good thing you don’t live down south or those ants or you would have had to strip out of those pants right there in your yard and take a shower in the water hose to get them off and then parts of your body would be swollen up and I am not gonna say what parts. 😉

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  2. Sheer brilliance on all counts – the ‘frugality’; the use of force on the tree stump and the lack of coffee vent!!! Couldn’t have done better myself!

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  3. well try talking to a tree company about how much they charge to take down a tree? in my case its only 190 bucks but they said it was a Locust tree when in fact it is a walnut tree complete with greenhulls and nut balls! Somebody should pay me for that walnut tree being taken down just for the wood itself. haha…burning the stump? great idea. They took the stump when they took out my female and male holly trees didn’t charge xtra for it.

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  4. Very funny, Jim. I can actually visualize you with an ax. I’ve had the same problem. I think you’re making out better than me. On one of my stumps, I simply gave up, covered around it with mulch, and put a planter with flowers on top of it. Good luck with the fire, and the ants.

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  5. When you are done with your charcoal grill, put the glowing briquets in a hole you have chiseled out of the top of the stump. It will slowly burn them away. Roast Marshmallows while you wait. I’ve done this many times.

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  6. Will you please come to my house and do stuff like that? Last night I tried to clear out my gutters because we will start getting heavy rain from the hurricane this weekend. I made about three trips up and down the ladder before I couldn’t climb it again. I have about 10 feet left that I’m going to try to get tonight. Wish me luck.

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