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re: Military Draft

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/16/24 at 9:28 am
I’m sorry, but you literally started down the road of patriotism and then veered of on the road of politicization. This problem has probably gone too far for a good candidate(both Biden and Trump are both complete dog shite people and candidates) to bring our country back together. I believe...
I’ve been sick less as well with a far higher risk profile with little ones bringing the crud home from school constantly. ...

re: Military Draft

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/16/24 at 7:01 am
[quote]My son is 17. He's not going fight for Israel, Ukraine or any banker.[/quote] Draft dodging isn’t a new thing. Might be harder now than it used to be, though. Our younger generations lack a sense of pride for our country. I mean that in the most basic sense. I do NOT mean they lack...
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re: Father's day gift.....

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/15/24 at 12:51 pm
Been very happy with my Traeger. I hear Recteq is better quality than the more recent Traeger’s though. Enjoy it!...
As much as I hate it, we are technically both a republic and a democracy. ...

re: Arizona Heat vs Louisiana Heat

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/13/24 at 7:08 pm
I’ve experienced 114 with 0 humidity in a desert. My skin was sizzling but I wasn’t sweating. 98 with humidity is bad in a different way. Air is heavy. Sweat a lot. I’ll pass on both options, sir. ...
It could be a flat fee, but you are more likely correct that it is a retainer. Request explanation via email. ...

re: Looking to get into safety razors

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/10/24 at 11:50 pm
[quote]I have no idea why men stopped using them.[/quote] Marketing...
Not that we don’t have a food problem(we 100% do), but your approach here is completely wrong and lacks factual understanding. If your goal is to actually help people, fat shaming has the opposite influence on those with the disease of obesity. Screaming and ridiculing people with the disease of o...

re: Rubs for grilling.

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/7/24 at 6:17 pm
Would gladly try that grill brush. Name? Linky? Plenty of good stock rubs out there. Traeger is good. John Henry Pecan is fantastic(sweet). However, you will never do better than your own, if you are willing to commit the time and trial and error investment. I continue to tweak my 3 after a...

re: Johnson fumbled this one

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/3/24 at 8:00 pm
I bet you still get all bent out of shape about not buying Apple in 2007, huh. ...
Which brings me to my next point, don’t smoke crack....

re: 2-2 feels pretty good

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/3/24 at 6:09 pm
3-2 feels better ...
105 ish off bat and 3B handles each. Must tip the hat to that defense. With that said, frick them tomorrow. Geaux tigahs...

re: Celsius question

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/2/24 at 3:36 pm
It’s St Aug. Widespread discoloration, but not crunchy. The 1/4 portion of the yard that gets the most sun is brown and crunchy...

re: Celsius question

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/2/24 at 2:21 pm
[quote]There’s missing info though… What rate did you use? Did you add a surfactant? Did you overlap on your broadcast spraying?[/quote] One packet .226 oz mixed with 2 gall water. No surf added. Broadcasted a little over one gallon with minimal overlap to roughly 1200 sf. I’m a week out from...

re: Celsius question

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/2/24 at 12:59 pm
My grass is burned. I’ve been unable to find anywhere official that says it can be used over 85 other than spot treatment. I promise I would much rather be nodding with y’all right now instead of sharing that my yard is burned from using this product. Sharing my recent experience and newf...

re: Celsius question

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/2/24 at 10:34 am
[quote]Celsius is named Celsius because it doesn’t have temperature restrictions. You can use it above 90.[/quote] Do a quick google search. I did a deep dive on this last week since experiencing burn after using the product I, too, believed this product could be used without temp restrictio...

re: Incentive to beat Woffart?

Posted by BawtHouse on 6/1/24 at 7:15 pm
Please pick another team to root against. Leave my Tigers to their business ...